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TOPIC: First Aid L2 25 Aug 2018

First Aid L2 25 Aug 2018 30 May 2018 13:14 #44536

  • Smartie
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The committee has agreed to subsidize the Level 2 First Aid training to our members who have attended and are holders of a valid Level 1 certificate.
First Aid Level 2 is for those who need to achieve a more advanced level of first aid competency and is more comprehensive than the Level 1 training we have completed.
• Space is limited to the first 20 members who have paid
• Normal cost is R800 per person attending, cost to our members will be R400 per member
• Training will be on Saturday 25 Aug 2018 as from 08h00 and we should be finished by 14h00 latest
• Training will be done at our clubhouse at Bavarian Motorcycles
• Dress casual and handbook, notes etc. will be provided, you do not need to bring anything with you.
• Conditions to enrol are:
I. This is only for paid up members of the BMW MC Club of Pretoria
II. Members must have completed our Level 1 course and be a valid holder of such a certificate
III. If in doubt, please liaise with me and I will confirm whether you would be able to attend (On the provision you have completed the Level 1 First Aid course)
IV. Payment to the BMW Motorcycle Club of Pretoria bank account and POP to be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
V. Name will only be added on receipt of proof of payment
VI. Non show or late cancelations will result in the full amount of R800 being payable
VII. This is a must for all our holders of the Level 1 certificate, therefor book early to avoid disappointment

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Last Edit: 30 May 2018 13:15 by Smartie.
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First Aid L2 25 Aug 2018 31 May 2018 19:45 #44540

  • Riddick
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Hi, I completed my level 2 with the club in Sept 2016
Could you please verify if these certificates expire? as I recall they would only be valid for 2 years, as this would be a perfect time for a refresher
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