Young girl at Yeongdong Church Community Life Saving event learns how to perform CPR.
Each year, thousands of people lose their lives to cardiac arrests. But with proper CPR training, victims have a much better chance of survival. That’s why Innosonian and WeComet are teaming up to make a difference in South Korea. Recently, they donated manikins and their time to communities across the region, including Yeongdong Church.
At the event, young people and parents alike learned valuable life-saving skills that could make all the difference in an emergency. With the help of interactive Brayden CPR manikin lights, attendees got hands-on experience performing compressions and other essential techniques. They also had the chance to learn about responding to cardiac arrests from AHA-certified ACLS provider.
The event was a huge success, with kids and parents alike showing enthusiasm and dedication to mastering these critical skills. As Clarissa Ramgattie of Innosonian noted, “It was amazing to see 14-16 year-olds making the manikin headlight shine so consistently on the first try with correct compressions. I was personally inspired to see young people engaging with our Brayden manikins and putting in the effort to save lives.”
But this is just the beginning. With early CPR training, we can all play a role in saving lives and making our communities safer. So don’t wait – seek out CPR training today and be ready to act when it matters most. With the right preparation, you could be the difference between life and death for someone in need.