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WHAT WE DO

We train people of all ages in how to confidently perform CPR and use a defibrillator for FREE:

Our Training 28 sessions empower people with the knowledge of how to:

  • spot the signs of a cardiac arrest 

  • help someone who is having a cardiac arrest

  • perform baby, child and adult CPR

  • confidently use a defibrillator

  • know the difference between a heart attack and a cardiac arrest

  • help someone who is choking

Cardiac arrests can happen to anyone, anywhere at any time, regardless of age, gender, fitness or anything else. We want to empower EVERYBODY with the knowledge of what a cardiac arrest looks like and how to help somebody who is having one.

Join one of our training sessions by booking here. We welcome people of all ages (whether you are 5 or 105) but please note that children and young people under the age of 18 will require a parent/carer present at all times. Our friendly, informative training sessions truly are accessible for all! Our trainers are fully certified to deliver basic life-saving skills sessions.

Why the name 'Training 28'?

Paul Parish's cardiac arrest happened during a football match at Craven Cottage between Fulham FC and Blackpool FC just seconds after celebrating Aleksandar Mitrovic's 28th goal of the 2021/22 football season. It was the last thing that made Paul smile during a lifetime of happiness and raucous laughter! He is the inspiration behind the Project, therefore this seemed the most fitting name.

Provision and installation of defibrillators

We provide defibrillators to community spaces where there is a need; in particular, within parks and residential areas. 

 

When somebody is in cardiac arrest, it means that their heart has stopped pumping oxygenated blood around the body and they need help immediately to mitigate organ damage. When a cardiac arrest happens, a defibrillator is required to give a jolt of electrical energy to the heart to help it start beating in rhythm again. This simple piece of equipment is easy to use and doesn’t require training; it is the difference between life and death.  

For every minute that somebody is in cardiac arrest without receiving CPR and having a defibrillator used on them, their chance of survival decreases by 10%. That’s why it’s so important to act immediately and have a 24/7 access defibrillator within a 2 minute reach at any time, in a cardiac emergency.

Our target for 2024 is to provide at least 10 public access defibrillators and bleed control kits for community use and to train at least 1000 people in Basic Lifesaving Skills.

Our public access defibrillators and bleed control kits, distributed and installed so far

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