Salford Emergency & Treatment

Date published: March 04, 2016

Learn how to save a life - for free

If someone’s life was at risk would you know how to help? We are offering Basic Life Support Training to all interested in knowing how they could help in such an emergency situation.

Designed by two Nursing lecturer’s, Melanie Rushton and Dr Julie Wray, in partnership with our Nursing students, these free two hour sessions are open to all students across the University and will help you develop crucial emergency skills.

Being able to do basic life support is vital and assistance from bystanders is important to improving the outcome for victims.

As the course is open to all students and citizens, you will have the opportunity to work directly with members of the wider community.

If you go along to a training session, you may want to consider becoming a training ‘champion’ and help facilitate future training sessions, giving others the chance to learn similar vital life-saving skills.

The training will take place on following dates:

  •  Wednesday 9th March, 2.00pm-4.00pm in 223 in Mary Seacole,
  •  Wednesday 23rd March, 1.00pm-3.00pm and 4.00-6.00pm in G37 in Mary Seacole,
  •  Wednesday 13th April, 1.00pm-3.00pm and 4.00-6.00pm in G37 in Mary Seacole,
  •  Wednesday 8th June, 2.00pm-4.00pm in G37 in Mary Seacole.
  •  Saturday 11 June, 11.00am-1.00pm in 3.10/11 in MediaCity.
Get your free ticket to a session here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/salford-emergency-treatment-and-skills-tickets-22170748305?aff=eivtefrnd

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