• Slide A

    “We have used Surrey First Aid Training for several years now. Booking the course with the admin staff was really straightforward and they made the whole process very easy. They were happy to ensure the course booked really met our needs. Thank you all so much - if asked I would definitely recommend you to anyone"

    The Tanshire Clinic, Elstead, Surrey

  • Slide B

    “Very easy from start to finish, from getting a quote, booking the course and the actual training itself. Trainer was very knowledgeable and friendly. Would recommend and use again"

    Bletchingley Village Primary School, Surrey

  • Slide C

    “Brilliant course, great pace and very relevant to our environment. Didn’t waste our time with elements which we didn’t need. The trainer was fantastic and very informative. Would highly recommend!"

    Countrywide Telecoms, Guildford, Surrey

  • Slide D

    “We all found the training to be top quality and the trainer was very knowledgeable and his method of delivery was fantastic and kept everyone engaged"

    Chez Vous Events Ltd, Surrey

  • Slide E

    “Surrey First Training were very flexible and worked with us to ensure our requirements could be met. They were courteous, professional and accommodating and provided an excellent service and training session that allowed all the participants to fully practice their First Aid skills and leave with confidence."

    Playmates Nursery, Chessington, Surrey

 Learn to Save a Life Workshop - The Resus Rangers - CPR For School Children  

Effective bystander CPR provided immediately after sudden cardiac arrest can double or triple a victim's chance ofsurvival, but only 32% of cardiac arrest victims get CPR from a bystander. The chance of surviving an unattended CPR out of hospital is just 8% and with every minute delay in getting the chain of survival completed, including early defibrillation and early advance life support, this statistic becomes even less. 

In an attempt to increase the number of people that survive unattended cardiac arrest, the Education Secretary has announced that from 2020 ALL children will learn CPR as a complusory part of the cirriculum.

Between January and April 2019 Surrey First Aid Training conducted its own research project into how this change would effect schools. The results showed:

  • Only 60% of schools knew about this change to the curriculum
  • 98% of schools would not have time to deliver this themselves
  • 94% of the schools would add this to extra-curricular days like life skills days

We are pleased to be working in association with Resus Ranagers, an interactive flexible resource programme for teachers. You can find out more about delivering first aid to the children in your school here www.resusrangers.com