The scope of the first aid course includes the most important first aid elements that can be useful in everyday situations.
As many as 41 hours of the course are practical exercises and simulated rescue incidents. The Team of Centrum Ratownictwa Instructors can boast of one of the highest passability rates in Poland of our students' exams confirmed on a group of over 5,000 trained rescuers in the ministries of the Ministry of National Defense and the Ministry of the Interior Affairs.
First aid courses are provided by a team of instructors (doctors, paramedics and psychologists) with the largest experience in the field of Emergency Medicine in Poland.
The course is run on the basis of the administrative decision of the Lower Silesian Governor and ends with a state examination with the title of "Lifeguard".
The KPP course is defined by the framework program of the course published by the Ministry of Health.
Totality 66 hours.
The possibility of payment by installments
The price of the first aid course for individual clients which includes the state examination and the fee for issuing the certificate is PLN 1290.
Our students receive:
The price of the course includes the costs of instructors' work, equipment and any other training materials used during the training. The amount is the gross price.
If you sign up for a course with another person, there is PLN 300 DISCOUNT*/. We also allow payment by installments. Contact us for more information.
41 hours of practical classes!
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Qualified First Aid Courses performed by the Centrum Ratownictwa qualify you to use the title of "Lifeguard" in accordance with art. 13 of the Act of 8 September 2006 on State Medical Rescue and thus obtaining the highest possible level of training in the scope of rescue, which is available to people who do not have medical education.
First aid courses (qualified) are organized by the Centrum Ratownictwa in: Wrocław, Warsaw, Cracow, Poznań, Katowice, Łódź, Gdańsk, Szczecin, Lublin and Białystok.
The first aid trainings and courses organized by our team consist mainly of practical exercises, simulated rescue incidents, that is why we ask you to wear sports clothes. The KPP course does not require the participants to prepare in advance for training and courses. All you need is a right positive attitude and the willingness to acquire knowledge and skills. After the training, participants receive a personal certificate that confirms the level of skill and competence that has been acquired. Participants of KPP courses that conclude with the theoretical and practical exam receive a certificate that confirms the title of "Lifeguard".
Szczecin is the capital and also the largest city of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship. It is administratively divided into 4 districts. It is a developed industrial center, it is based on the shipbuilding industry, with which many companies and subcontractors cooperate, including metallurgy and processing. Many well-known products throughout Poland are also produced in this city. Szczecin is also an important city due to the presence of many consulates, among others: Estonia, Russian, Italy, Hungary, Sweden and France. Szczecin is also an important communication center. It is a city where we can use virtually any type of communication, an Airport adapted to the requirements of the European Union, water or rail transport.
The activity that we conduct in such a thriving city as Szczecin shows that the demand for rescuers trained in qualified first aid is constantly growing. Such a course is an excellent solution for people whose work requires professional knowledge in the field of qualified first aid: firefighters, policemen, military men, WOPR (Polish People's Army) and RWR rescuers. It will also be a great solution for plants wanting to have good and better qualified staff. KPP course in Szczecin takes place on a weekly basis, so you can easily combine work with our training to become a lifeguard.
Not for from the Baltic Sea, Szczecin is Poland’s main economic center. The seaport in Szczecin serves the entire world. Repair yacht and shipping yards emploi 13,000 people. The special economic zone inclueds 8 complexes producing load-bearing elements and electrical installation equipment. A large numer of monuments and the specific terrain make Szczecin an important tourist center. 270 monuments are protected, the city is located on the European Brick Gothic Route.
Szczecin has been promoted since 2008 as a floating garden assuming the creation of a city that is a dynamically developing metropolis, peaceful and invading people and nature space. One of the factors affecting the sense of security in the city is the training od its residents in first aid.
The KPP course from the Centrum Ratownictwa
is not only knowledge and skills,
but also an amazing adventure.