What to expect from this course
This course is suitable for all primary care staff including GPs, nurses, physiotherapists, chiropodists etc.
To comply with the Resuscitation Council (UK) and CQC guidelines, all primary care organisations must ensure that both clinical and non-clinical staff can undertake cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Training is led by qualified medical professionals with extensive experience in emergency medical care.
FREE Emergency Equipment Check: For your peace of mind, your Safe and Sound instructor will check your emergency drugs kit and equipment to ensure that everything is in date and stored correctly.
Subjects covered include:
- Management of acute anaphylaxis
- Use of Emergency Equipment (oxygen, airway adjuncts and drugs)
- Cardiac Arrest Rhythms
- Use of Automated External Defibrillator
Please note: this course is also available as a blended course, requiring completion of an online module before the practical assessment.
Open courses will always be a blended course comprising the online module and a 2-hour practical assessment.
This course is available
On-site at your practice
7 days a week, across the UK.
For individuals we run regular
Open courses in Central London
– see dates above.
Onsite courses: 2.5-3 hours (depending on the number of learners)
Continuous assessment by your instructor
If for any reason a learner is unable to demonstrate the practical skills taught on the course they will be invited to attend one of our Open courses completely free of charge.
On successful completion of the course you will receive a Safe and Sound certificate valid for one year. This course qualifies for 3 hours of verifiable CPD