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With AED’s becoming more popular and available in a wide range of locations, the Good Skills Training AED Workshop is designed to give users a basic introduction to AED’s and CPR. The day is run in short 1-hour sessions giving attendees practical experience using an AED and practicing their CPR skills to act confidently in a lifesaving situation. At Good Skills Training we have experience delivering the AED Workshop to community groups, foyers and public buildings, children in schools, youth groups and in private businesses.
If you are looking for an AED, this is also something we can help with through our sister company DeFibUK.co.uk.
Who is the Course For?
Anyone who might use the AED or has an interest in how AEDs work.
The AED Orientation Workshop is split into one-hour workshops throughout the day. Each workshop will include:
- Primary Survey
- Turning on the AED
- Pad Placement
- Following AED Prompts
- There are no prerequisites for this course.
1-day, normally 09:30 – 16:30, made up of six 1-hour workshops, with 4 people per workshop (total 24 people).
Maximum Learners Per Tutor
Competency is not assessed on this course.
It is best practice that people undergo regular training to renew their skills. We would recommend every 3-years.