The Adeje mayor José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga and the provincial president of the Cruz Roja (Red Cross) Carlos Piñero Coello, have signed a covenant under which courses will be offered in security, health, courses for life guards, and in other related environmental and social areas.
The courses are starting immediately and will take place in the Adeje Escuela de Seguridad y Convivencia (Security and Social Harmony), and the first classes will be in training for vital support in health matters and use of a defibrillator. Other courses scheduled to start in November include training for crisis management, a course for those planning to work as lifeguards, and official instruction in handling food for those planning to work in restaurants and hotel kitchens or other food preparation centres.
Under the covenant objectives, the council will supply personnel and materials to assist in setting up the courses for the people of Adeje in collaboration with the Cruz Roja, a body with extensive experience in the field. Anyone interested in signing up for any of the courses can contact the school, which is located in Las Nieves, for more information, phone 922 77 51 09 or find out more online, www.escuelaseguridadadeje.org