Cases of Blended First Aid Training in Red Cross National Societies

This short resource brings together the blended learning stories and experiences of seven National Societies in the RC/RC network practicing blended first aid training.

Each case study highlights an element of the innovation that is happening in first aid training in RC/RC National Socieites. It is clear that there is a good deal of innovative practice that others can learn from. Key staff in the National Socieites have shared their perspective on blended first aid training and given insights into the benefits they have achieved and the challenges they have faced. They also offer advice to any National Society currently considering adapting to a blended first aid training model.

 

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