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Learn to save a life

When someone suffers a cardiac arrest it means that blood is no longer being pumped around their body and they are clinically dead. The longer they go without basic life-support, the harder it is to restart their heart. That’s where you can make a difference.

If you learn basic life-support you will be able to help restart someone’s heart when they suffer a cardiac arrest. Whether you’re on the street, in someone’s house or in an airport, basic life-support can help you to save lives.

Emergency life-support training courses

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Find out more about the resuscitation training or contact Antoinette Williamson in our resuscitation training team.

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The chain of survival

There are five steps to saving someone’s life. These are known as the chain of survival.

chain of survival