The Resuscitation training for GP Practices designed to maintain CPR skills for clinical staff and is taught only by Resuscitation Council accredited instructors who are also experienced hands on instructors for hospital cardiac arrest teams. The training lasts 3 hours and includes AED (defibrillator) training

What does the training cover?

The UK Resuscitation Council Guidelines state that “All practices should acquire an AED” as part of their cardiopulmonary resuscitation guidance for clinical practice. Certification and entry onto the GMC GP register includes requirements to demonstrate competence in Automated External Defibrillation (AED), Cardio pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), and out of hours care. 

Who is the training for?

Training is for healthcare professionals or anyone working within the healthcare industry including doctors, nurses, receptionists and support staff. CPR Training for GP Practices is an annual mandatory training requirement in many healthcare environments and professions including Nursing, Care Workers and Medical Professionals.

When and where is the training being held?

further dates TBA

How much does it cost? How do I book?

The training is £50 PP. Click on the training date above to register your place

Will I issues a course completion certificate?

Yes, this will be emailed following the course