Have you ever thought about learning how to save
someone’s life? Would you know what to do if someone suffered a
arrest, heart attack or was choking?
free basic life-support sessions called
Heartstart every month at City Hall.
The course lasts two hours and teaches basic
life-support skills to enable you to give life-saving support until
ambulance staff arrive. The course includes:
- Possible causes of cardiac and respiratory arrest
- What happens to the body during cardiac arrest
- How to recognise and manage a heart attack
- How to perform cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
- Putting someone into the recovery position
- Treating major bleeding and adult choking
- Defibrillator familiarisation.
We also provide emergency life-support training to
organisations in the public and private sector at a cost.
Heartstart training dates:
Heartstart sessions in City Hall, The Queen's
Walk, SE1 2AA from 6pm-8pm:
- 7 January
- 4 February
- 4 March
- 1 April
- 6 May
- 3 June
- 1 July
- 5 August
- 2 September
- 7 October
- 4 November
- 2 December
If you would like to attend, please contact our resuscitation
training team at email@example.com or
call on 020 7783 2534.
The Heartstart initiative is coordinated by the British Heart Foundation and
participants receive a certificate of attendance. If you require a
certificate for work purposes, please refer to the paid courses
Parent-and-baby courses are delivered free of charge at
community children’s centres. This one-hour course covers common
injuries and illnesses in infants.
If you want to find out if you are eligible
for free training please contact Antoinette Williamson
in our resuscitation training team:
training courses for paying clients
We also run training courses for paying clients in the
public and private sectors. Courses include:
- Emergency life-support
- Defibrillator training
- Paediatric life-support
- Emergency life-support for healthcare professionals.
The money from these paid courses helps to fund training under
the Heartstart scheme.
For more information please contact Antoinette
Williamson in our resuscitation training team.