Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of heart-related deaths in Europe affecting 700,000 people every year. Chances of successful defibrillation decline at a rate of 7-10% with each minute of delay. The first aid courses we offer will help combat this threat and we also offer discounts for group bookings.
If you want to learn how to help someone in this instance and identify the key signs of cardiac then this is the right course for you. Cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, not just those with existing conditions, so protect yourself and others with knowledge from this training. We offer this training in our health and safety training Glasgow, Edinburgh and Ayrshire offices.
Certificate valid for 1 year.
- Basic anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system and circulatory system.
- Basic life support practice.
- Chain of survival and the benefits of early defibrillation.
- Resuscitation Council guidelines on the use of AEDs.
Duration: 1/2 day
Max Delegates: 12
Min Delegates: 4
Cost: contact us for a quote
If an individual is displaying signs of cardiac arrest then the correct use of a defibrillator can be a life saver. Becoming knowledgeable in the operation of these machines will mean that the pupil can use the machine without hesitation. It also reduces the risk of an injury resulting from the incorrect usage of the equipment, which is a serious concern.The risks surrounding a defibrillator can be combatted with the correct information on its use. This can be the difference between helping someone experiencing a health condition and hurting yourself in the process. Waiting for an ambulance to arrive is simply not an option for some people, as cardiac arrest can cause serious and fatal damage.
We currently work all over the UK – Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales. Not to mention Abu Dhabi, Spain and other international countries. Our health and safety training Glasgow, Edinburgh and Ayrshire offices are available to book up so just give us a call!