Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training

In the UK fewer than 10% of all the people who receive CPR outside hospital survive. Improving this figure is a major priority. CPR training can, therefore, help ensure there are more people equipped to help in an emergency, be that in the workplace or elsewhere in our communities.

Indeed, if all of the stages in the Chain of Survival are assessed promptly, and bystander CPR is carried out effectively using an AED, survival rates greater than 50% have been reported (UK Resuscitation Council, 2015).

Training course

Glasgow Caledonian University can offer CPR and AED training for health-related staff and members of the public. The course is suitable for people attending this type of training for the first time or as an update.

The course lasts for 2 hours and takes place in our state of the art Inter-professional Clinical Skills Lab, which is in the Govan Mbeki building of the university.

Cost

The cost is £125 and there are only 12 places available per course, as above.

Further information

If you wish to ask a question please contact our CPD Coordinator at hlscpd@gcu.ac.uk / 0141 331 3607 or our Departmental Business Lead at Tom.McAlear@gcu.ac.uk / 0141 331 8395.

 

How to apply

BSc (Hons) Professional Studies in Nursing is a professional 'top-up' degree programme for qualified nurses who are already graduates and wish or need to gain an honours degree for career development or access to a relevant masters-level programme. To be eligible for the honours degree award, nurses who are registered or licensed with the regulatory body in their home country need to gain an additional 120 points of academic credit.

There are two entry points for the course: September and January, with full time and part-time options available.

Email our admissions team on applications@gcu.ac.uk for information on how to apply.