Could you help restart a heart? Next month we're supporting a global day of action by delivering free training in CPR and the use of Publicly Accessible Defibrillators (PAD).
Restart a Heart Day is a partnership between British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross, St John Ambulance and all of the UK ambulance services. It aims to teach vital life-saving CPR skills to as many people as possible. In the event of a cardiac arrest early intervention is critical to saving lives.
In support of Restart a Heart Day, the University is offering staff free training in CPR/PAD on Tuesday, October 22nd and will continue to provide this training throughout the year.
The training will be coordinated by Jerry Morse, Manager of the Clinical Skills Centre (Resuscitation Council UK Course Director).
There will be two training sessions taking on the afternoon of October 22nd, at the Suttie Centre.
Places can be booked through the course bookings system by clicking on the links below.