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Health Care Professionals CPR & AED Training

24th December 2018

CPR updates are required for clinicians every 18 months and non-clinicians require 3 yearly training for QOF, yearly update training is recommended. LifeSaver Training offers a range of health care practitioners CPR,  AED and Anaphylaxis training programmes, all our courses conform to current UK & ERC Resuscitation guidelines.  A certificate of competence is provided to candidates at the end of each course.  

Health Care CPR & AED External Course

18th December 2015

This is an external CPR & AED update course suitable for those working in the Health Care sector. Candidates are provided with updates on first aid anddiscuss  medical emergencies including Stroke, Heart attack, Cardiac Arrest, Anaphylaxis, choking. They also perform a number of practical skills including CPR, recovery position, the use of adrenaline auto-injectors and defibrillators. The sessions are flexible and cater to a clients needs in time and content.

Health Care CPR & AED External Course

17th December 2015

This is an external CPR & AED update course suitable for those working in the Health Care sector. Candidates are provided with updates on first aid anddiscuss  medical emergencies including Stroke, Heart attack, Cardiac Arrest, Anaphylaxis, choking. They also perform a number of practical skills including CPR, recovery position, the use of adrenaline auto-injectors and defibrillators.

Health Care CPR & AED External Course

8th December 2015

This is an external CPR & AED update course suitable for those working in the Health Care sector. Candidates are provided with updates on first aid anddiscuss  medical emergencies including Stroke, Heart attack, Cardiac Arrest, Anaphylaxis, choking. They also perform a number of practical skills including CPR, recovery position, the use of adrenaline auto-injectors and defibrillators.

Health Care CPR & AED External Course

20th November 2015

This is an external CPR & AED update course suitable for those working in the Health Care sector. Candidates are provided with updates on first aid anddiscuss  medical emergencies including Stroke, Heart attack, Cardiac Arrest, Anaphylaxis, choking. They also perform a number of practical skills including CPR, recovery position, the use of adrenaline auto-injectors and defibrillators.

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