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Training teenagers to save lives

Due to teenagers having a general sense of fearlessness and willingness to help others, they make some of the best rescuers. The government has recommended that basic CPR is now taught in secondary schools and became law in September 2020.

Safe hands training is able to provide that teaching to your students to help them gain the knowledge that can potentially save the life of their friend, family member or someone on the street as they walk by. Give your students the confidence to know how to seek help and give them the skills required to make a difference. This can be as simple as providing treatment for minor injuries, to knowing how to perform CPR effectively and use a defibrillator.

The government recommendation is that of basic CPR and first aid, I can provide your students with a level 2 qualification, valid for 3 yrs.

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