Our First Aid courses are designed to give you the skills you need to be able to preserve life when it matters most.
The Resuscitation Council (UK) shows that "The immediate initiation of bystander CPR can double or quadruple survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest". Further to this it also notes that "Despite this compelling evidence, only 40% of victims receive bystander CPR in the UK."
We firmly believe that these low statistics are due to a lack of knowledge, and training among the general population within the UK. In fact, in terms of developed countries, the UK is far behind on population knowledge when it comes to CPR. Most countries, similar to the UK teach CPR at school, allowing the population to understand and gain knowledge in basic life saving techniques. By knowing CPR and taking basic first aid training, you can literally be saving a life.
CPR works by using chest compression's, combined with rescue breaths, to pump blood around the body delivering vital oxygen to the brain and body. The brain can survive for about 6 minutes without oxygen before brain damage starts to take affect. By compressing the chest, and blowing air into the lungs during CPR, you are able to keep oxygenated blood flowing around the body and into the brain.
Delivered by our knowledgeable and experienced instructors, we teach you from a position of experience. Experience gained over vast careers in the military, emergency services, and private security sector. We don't just follow the text, rather we instruct and teach you with real world knowledge, giving examples of real situations we have faced to reinforce the importance and effectiveness of this training.
Our 3 day First Aid at Work course is a nationally recognised, level 3 course, designed to ensure you come away with the knowledge and understanding in what it takes to preserve life in an emergency situation.
Our 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work course is a nationally recognised, level 3 course, designed to ensure you come away with the basic knowledge and understanding in what it takes to preserve life in an emergency situation.