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My name is Sr Ilona Glanvill I’m very privileged to be part of this dynamic group of well trained medical professionals at Survival CPR .
I qualified as a Nursing Sister and then went onto specialise in ICU in 2007. I first spent some time in the adult ICU’s before moving my focus to the little ones in the pediatric ICU at Netcare Unitas hospital.
I’m blessed with two healthy children; a 4 year old boy named Owen and a 6 year old girl named Emma-Ray.
To round-off the family; my husband is an emergency room doctor named Rowan; and we also have a Jack Russel named Pilot.
Its very rewarding working with children but even more rewarding being able to empower people with the necessary skills to be able too help others.
Looking forward to meeting you at the next course.
My Name is Brenda Mokoena. I started at Olive dale hospital where I did my training to qualify as a Nursing Sister .
I presently work at Sunninghill Hospital in the Trauma Unit. I experience and manage emergencies on a daily basis at work.
I love teaching very much as I feel that I have a lot to give and enjoy spending time with parents and sharing my knowledge and experience
I have a beautiful 7 year old daughter and love being a mom!
Sr Belinda Yumi Lo is a Neonatal ICU sister who has her BCur degree from Stellenbosch University.
I have worked in Peads ICU, Neonatal ICU as well as casualty. I love working with babies as they are amazingly resilient and getting to see them grow up is a real privilege.
My son is nearly 3 years old and I am very aware of the importance of being able to do CPR and first aid especially on babies and children.
I have been with Survival CPR for over two years and really get satisfaction from being able to share knowledge and increase awareness in our communities.
I really enjoy teaching CPR and love the interaction!
That was my first enjoyable training that I have ever had yesterday. Thank you sister llona. You made my life easier good training with lots of practice CPR became a piece of cake. Sister llona was soo accommodative we both felt at home. I recommend Survival CPR to all especially parents. Well done to the founder.Rattie Samson – 02 March 2020
What an amazing training session we had with Ilona. Working with customers every day in the beauty industry, it’s so important to always be ready in the event of an unfortunate incident. Ilona was thorough, passionate, confident and extremely knowledgeable. We covered everything from infant to adult CPR and first aid. Definitely the best first aid training we have ever experienced. All was relatable back to every day life and home safety. Will be referring everyone I know to Survival CPR for first aid training!Ashleigh Pestana, 19 November 2019
We had the course presented to us in our home by Sr. Ilona – and it was exceptional. The course material is relevant and simple enough to understand for any member of the family. Sr. presented it in a dynamic way, with us all leaving feeling empowered with the knowledge gained. Thank you!!!Angelique Atkins, 10 November 2019
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