Survival Can Be Shocking

Basic Life Support Training and advice on all aspects of Defibrillator provision

Survival from an out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest (CA) can be as low as 10% without bystander intervention. Learn simple steps to help drastically increase survival rates which could save a colleague, friend, or loved one. Without immediate help, the person suffering a CA will die within minutes. Training can be tailored to individual requirements and assumes no previous First-Aid knowledge


About the Training

We teach you the skills in only two hours to save a life!

The session has several elements and steps. The major elements are Cardiopulmonary (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training which can be certificated if required, and tailored to specific requirements. It is aimed at the workplace, home or Communities, following guidelines by the Resuscitation Council.

The presentation will normally last up to 2 hours, and will be include easy to understand teaching methods, interaction and hands-on practical. It will also include an introduction about the differences between a Cardiac Arrest and Heart Attack.

Advice also given on the provision of Defibrillators in the Work Place and the Community


The training course offered course which can be certified, is based on the Resuscitation Guidelines covers:

  • Chain of Survival

  • Primary Survey (DRAB)

  • Unconscious Casualty

  • Recovery Position

  • Adult Resuscitation (CPR)

  • Choking Casualty

  • Using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

  • Anaphylaxis (Optional)

Meet Steve

Following my Cardiac Arrest in 2015, this  has become my passion to pass on life-saving skills to others

My story really started in February 2015 with a visit to my local gym as I had done for many years. It was a normal morning routine in the gym on the treadmill. Without any warning I had a Cardiac Arrest in “full flight” and immediately fell unconscious. My heart had stopped beating and I had stopped breathing. It was one of those moments of being in the right place at the right time.

Without immediate intervention by gym staff to start Chest Compressions (CPR) and applying a defibrillator (AED) within minutes, my life would have been another unsuccessful statistic.

My passion is to pass on life-saving skills to others, and provide advice on the provision of defibrillators. Since the Cardiac Arrest I have trained over 1,000 people in Businesses and Communities.

I hold the Level 3 Award in Education and Training.

Also, I am currently working alongside the London Ambulance Service and the Sussex Heart Charity, with a number of projects, as well as providing Life Support training sessions.

These skills need to be learnt today as tomorrow may be too late.



These are some of the testimonials from recent training sessions

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for further information on the training course, and all aspects of Defibrillator provision, please provide your contact details.

The training sessions would be at your premises, at a time convenient for you. All equipment will be provided for the practical demonstrations and only a screen is needed for projection.

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