On July 25, 2017, at 09: 00-17: 00 at the TUV AUSTRIA ACADEMY a "BLS / AED, ERC" Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (BLS / AED) seminar will be held, based on the provision of certified basic knowledge and training for the use of Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) using the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) in cases of cardiac arrest in adults, according to the new guidelines of the European Resuscitation Council (ERC). It is addressed to all Citizens, Students, Paramedics, Members of Voluntary Rescue Groups, Security Bodies etc. The seminar has a total duration of 5 hours, is approved and certified by the European Resuscitation Council (ERC). At the end of the seminar, the ERC, which is the only officially recognized organization in Europe to implement and certify BLS / AED provider courses, certificates will be given to successful trainees which last for 3 years (with international recognition) . Information: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +30 210 5220920 ext. 143 Fax: +30 210 5203990 Mobile: +30 6958466483 and EPOMEA Egaleo at tel: 6988033171 and 2112142869.Read more
A concert in favor of solidarity for the people of Palestine had the opportunity to cover the volunteers of EPOMEA at Vrahon Theater.
The event was organized under the auspices of the Diplomatic Delegation of the Palestine State in Athens and with the support of the Municipality of Vyronas in cooperation with many agencies.
The Youth Orchestra of Banat al-Quds, the National Music Conservatoire, Edward Said of Palestine, "The Daughters of Jerusalem" played and sang in the event, who cheered us with their voices.
Maria Sultatou also performed with them.
The goal of the performers was to pass through their music a message of peace, freedom, dignity and love, guided by the slogan: "IN THIS EARTH THERE ARE REASONS THAT MAKE LIVE WORTH LIVING ".
With the participation of many well-known artists, a concert dedicated to Yannis Spanos was performed at the Vrahon Theater "Melina Merkouri" of the Municipality of Vyronas. The was held to celebrate the 60 years of the composer's journey. On his side, many well-known artists performed such as: Grigoris Valtinos, Doros Demosthenous, Eleni Dimou, Peggy Zina, Yiannis Zouganelis, Pantelis Thalassinos, Aleka Kanellidou, Kostas Karafotis, Kosmas Kocolis, Katerina Kouka, Manolis Mitsias, Peny Xenakis, Lakis Papadopoulos, Kostas Jiagoulas, Tania Tsanaklidou and Kostas Hatzis.Read more
It would be a mistake to not thank PETROS PETROPOULOS SA and the ISUZU Business Unit Manager, Giannis Zampelis, who provided us with 2 ISUZU D-MAX vehicles in order to make the trip to Olympus. The two vehicles responded impeccably to the particularly difficult route that the team chose to follow on the slopes of Mount Olympus.Read more
The warmest weekend of summer was spent by EPOMEA members on Mount Olympus, the mountain of the Olympic gods. Members of the Elite Team Special Missions of Egaleo and Volos camped for two days at the Christakis Shelter at 2,450m along with visitors of EPOMEA from Thessaloniki and Larissa. The program included an ascent to Kakoskala to the top of Skolios at an altitude of 2,912 m. The experience was unique and the images we saw were simply divine!Read more
Municipal Conservatory The International Petra Festival continues, as well as its cooperation with EPOMEA. The classical music department of the Municipal Conservatory of Petroupolis with the Symphonic Orchestra of Teachers and Students, members of the Choir and the departments of both Beginners and Advanced of the Conservatory presented a program with musical pieces and works of well-known composers.Read more
Gregoris Vassilas & the Core band, presented a tribute to Apostolos Kaldaras's work on Wednesday, June 28, at the Petra Theater in the City of Petroupolis. The event was attended by the famous news spokesman Nikos Hatzinikolaou, nephew of the composer, who recited the anthologies about his work and his life, as well as Paris Mitsos who attended as a presenter and Stavroula Manolopoulou and Thodoris Meringas, who sang his most successful hits. The first aid provision of the concert was undertaken by EPOMEA.Read more