Over 10,000 people die each year from cardiovascular disease in Ireland. Approximately half of those deaths are caused by sudden cardiac arrest.
The vast majority of cardiac arrests happen outside of hospital and usually in close proximity to family member or friend.
If you learn how to perform CPR, you may be able to save a life.
This comprehensive half-day course was developed by the Pre Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) as a national standard to ensure that those who suffer cardiac arrest in the community are given the best possible chance of survival. The course is suited to those who may be required to respond to a sudden cardiac arrest, heart attack, choking, stroke or unconsciousness in the workplace, at a sports facility, in the home or in the community.
Duration of the course: 4 Hours
Pre-Hospital Emergency Care approved course. All our instructors have several years of practical experience in front line emergency care and tutoring all level of learners.
Skills are assessed on a continuous basis throughout the course.
A PHECC Certificate is issued to all successful participants, which is valid for two years.
Max Participants : The instructor student ratio is 1 : 8 to ensure you gain and retain a strong knowledge of practical skills.
Training Location: Talbot Hotel Stillorgan, 409 Stillorgan Road, Dublin A94 V6K5. The Talbot Hotel is on the N11 and near the M50.
We can also teach in-house at your premises if it is more suitable for you.
Cost: €65 to include handbook and training materials
Group discounts available.