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Free courses on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation more commonly known as CPR, are available throughout next year. Courses are on Wednesday nights and will start at 19.00 at Glastonbury fire station, the course runs for around 2.5hrs.
The course will cover hand only CPR through a series of scenarios, how to use a defibrillator and how to deal will choking.

We are limited to a maximum of 8 per course. Refreshments will be provided

Dates are Jan 18th, Feb 15th, Mar 15th, Apr 19th, May 17th, Jun 14th, Jul 19th, Aug 16th, Sep 13th, Oct 18th, Nov 15th and Dec 13th

If you would like to book a place please email bls65@dsfire.gov.uk with your details.

Also feel free to let as many people you can know about these courses

If you cant attend but would like to learn more, this link provides useful guidance

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