AED – Defibrillator

£399 + VAT – Up to 12 Persons

Our Defibrillator and CPR course enables someone to get the experience and knowledge needed to be able to know exactly what to do in the unlikely event that a colleague or a member of the public goes into cardiac arrest. This can happen to anyone at any time but just by having a defibrillator in your workplace and having someone qualified who knows how to use it and can perform CPR can reduce the risk of death. Without a defibrillator every minute that passes, the chances of survival is very slim indeed.

Who will benefit from this AED – Defibrillator course?

This course is designed for anyone that has been asked by their employer to complete this course in order to know how to use a defibrillator and to be able to carry out CPR on someone that is taken ill. It is also ideal for anyone that would like to further their skills as an emergency first aider or who has already completed other first aid courses.

This course will give you the essential skills needed and the confidence to know what to do in an emergency. No previous training including first aid is needed to complete this course and learning how to use a defibrillator is very easy, in case you think it will not be.

Duration of this course:

This course will take 4 hours to complete over 1 day.

What the course will include:

Course objectives and the rules and regulations.

First Aid Course - CPR

You will understand:

  • The roles of a first aider.
  • The importance of preventing cross-infection
  • You will learn how to record incidents and any actions that have been carried out
  • You will learn how to use available equipment – how to use a defibrillator
  • DRSAB – Primary survey
  • You will learn basic life support (CPR) on adults and children (within a school)


Once you have completed this course, you will receive an AED certificate that will be valid for 3 years.

Where does the training take place?

The training can be carried out in your work place. We do ask that the following is required:

A suitable sized room that is inside and has an electrical socket point. It must be big enough for both theory and practical training as participants will be asked to simulate incidents on the floor. The room will need to be at a suitable temperature and will not be interrupted throughout the day while the course is taking place. There must be access to a toilet with running water.

What we will provide:

  • The examiner/trainer
  • A projector, screen and all videos needed
  • A flip chart
  • The presentation
  • The mannequins for all participants (1 between 2 people)
  • All training equipment and materials (including bandages and handouts)