Restart a Heart Day
Learn how to do CPR to restart the heart of someone in
On Tuesday 18 October 2016, thousands of young people in the UK
were given the opportunirty to learn how to help restart the heart
of someone who has suffered a cardiac arrest, with the support of
The British Heart Foundation, The British Red Cross and St John
Ambulance, along with all regional ambulance services. We worked
together to help train as many children and young people as
possible and to make every child a lifesaver.
The aim was to train more than 100,000 young people livesaving
Help us teach a generation first aid in schools
First aid gives young people something amazing - the confidence
to do the right thing when it really counts. If you would like your
pupils to receive more in depth first aid training, beyond CPR,
find out about booking one of our specialist schools trainers.
Our schools programme is supported by the Department for
Education's Character Grant. In addtion to our specialist school
trainers, we also have free, downloadable teaching
resources to provide teachers and youth leaders with tools to
pass on life saving skills to students aged between seven and 16
For more information about booking our schools
trainers, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out about our specialist school trainers