Federal association for first aid and medical training

from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Federal Association for First Aid and Medical Training was an amalgamation of private organizations and companies in the field of general training in first aid . It was founded in 2000 on the initiative of Theo Hameder in Munich . The objective was the standardization of the teaching statements and comprehensive quality standards for the trainers.

The Federal Working Group First Aid (BAGEH), formed by the five aid organizations ( Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund , Deutsche Lebens-Rettungs-Gesellschaft , German Red Cross , Johanniter and Malteser Aid Service ) did not accept any other organization and thus tried to gain recognition from private providers to be blocked at the (reimbursing) professional associations .

The association was dissolved in 2009.