Safety Management Training
Nothing is more important within Girl Scouting than ensuring the health and safety of girls. Safety management training will help you identify risks, avoid injury and illness, and respond to emergencies if needed.
Learn more about Girl Scout safety at www.sdgirlscouts.org/safety.
First Aid courses
For many activities, Girl Scouts recommends that at least one adult volunteer be first aid/CPR certified. Take advantage of in-person first aid/CPR training for Girl Scout volunteers, offered by chapters of the American Red Cross, National Safety Council, EMP America, or American Heart Association. Contact email@example.com before trying other training organizations.
Level 1 First Aid is sufficient for most activities. The First Aider carries basic first aid and CPR certification.
Level 2 First Aid is recommended for large events (over 200 persons), remote locations, and some high-risk activities. Level 2 certification consists of advanced training. Consult Volunteer Essentials for definitions, and Safety Activity Checkpoints for specific requirements for your activity.
For your convenience, Girl Scouts San Diego offers the following Safety Management courses:
Wilderness First Aid