- CPR, Medical Training, Training
- Added By Chris Kurt-Gabel
- January 23rd, 2024
CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, is a life-saving skill that can mean the difference between life and death in an emergency situation.
According to the British Heart Foundation, there are over 30,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the UK every year, and currently less than one in ten people survive.
But you can help improve these odds if you know how to respond and if CPR is performed in the first few minutes. The chances of survival can double or even triple.
How A to E Training provides quality CPR training
A to E Training has grown to become a leading and trusted provider of CPR training, alongside a range of first aid, clinical skills and other health, wellbeing and professional training.
We have over 15 years of experience in delivering high-quality training across multiple sectors, including healthcare, education, and commercial.
And we have a nationwide team of qualified and experienced instructors who use the latest equipment and techniques to teach CPR in a practical and engaging ways.
A to E Training offers face-to-face, online and blended learning options, as well as bespoke courses tailored to the needs of our wide range of clients.
How A to E Training partners with Oxford Brookes University
One of the clients is Oxford Brookes University, a prestigious institution that offers a range of courses and research opportunities.
A to E Training provides CPR training to the students and staff of the university, as part of their commitment to health and safety.
The BBC recently featured a story about how Kitty Williams was able to maintain the circulation of her boyfriend Morgan MacRae when he suffered a cardiac arrest.
Kitty had learned CPR at Oxford Brookes University and she credited this training with being able to keep her partner alive during a cardiac emergency until paramedics arrived (read here Couple push for CPR training after cardiac arrest – BBC News).
Discover more about CPR training with A to E Training
If you are interested in learning more about A to E Training and CPR training, visit our website, where you can find information about training options, testimonials, plus details of how to get in touch or book.
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