First Aid Training

London Ambulance Service Defibrillator Accreditation Scheme

Half Day Course | 3 hours long | Certification gained upon successful completion

Training Defibs
Defib pad placement

If your workplace or community has its own defibrillator, it is possible for you to become accredited with the London Ambulance Service by adhering to five simple steps. There are many benefits to this, such as their provision of ongoing support with your device. In order to fulfil their criteria for accreditation, it is essential that individuals are trained in its use. This three-hour course will cover everything you need to know in order to be able to use your defibrillator confidently and safely, and ensure that it is always ready for use. You can then send the certificate to the London Ambulance Service, who will give your defibrillator their seal of approval.

 

  • Defibrillator
  • Storage
  • Training
  • Checking
  • Alerting

What You'll Learn

  • Introduction to defibrillation
  • How to recognise a cardiac arrest
  • Primary Survey
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Safe use of an AED
  • Recovery position
Certificate gained upon completion

Send a copy of your certificate to the London Ambulance Service in order to accredit your defibrillator

£300 at your venue for up to 12 candidates