Pulse Medic is now the leading supplier of CPR and AED training in the UK. Our locations are well equipped for CPR and AED training and in various places. Can’t find a location, our team of professionals is happy to come to a venue of your choice, at the time most convenient to you, at no extra cost. We understand it can be difficult arranging this life-saving training around your team’s busy schedule. Whether you prefer daytime, evenings or weekends, just let us know and we’ll be there.
Our specialist training team includes Senior Doctors, Nurses and Paramedics, you will receive the best CPR and AED training in London and the UK.
The learning does not stop there please share the book with your friends and even children love to read it. Or course Basic Life Support (BLS) conforms to the current Resuscitation Council UK guidelines.
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Talking to our customers in the last three years we have heard several clear messages. Firstly training pricing is too high . Pulse Medic core ethos is that of a social enterprise. We agree, prices need to come down not just initially but over time.
Our belief that proper first aid training can limit unwanted A&E admissions. We are a social enterprise that believe in Moore’s Law see our pricing philosophy or send us an email. You will be amazed at what magic we can do. You will be amazed.
This course includes a practical, hands-on automated external defibrillator (AED) awareness session using trainer AEDs, a move which has been welcomed by the BHF, citing that awareness training instils greater confidence in the use of AEDs
Delegates will be assessed continuously throughout the training. Delegates will be awarded a certificate upon successful completion of the course, with a competency statement. This certificate remains valid for one year.
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