Free life-saving classes in Sutton Coldfield!
We have been working on an exciting project with CPR Counts, we sponsored and organised an awareness video to help raise awareness of their fantastic free life-saving classes, that they offer to the Sutton Coldfield community.
We are pleased to announce the awareness video has just hit 300 views on our company YouTube channel. Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/8V7UKHr-cUs
The founder of the volunteer group, Malcolm has been blown away by the positive response. Their next class is now fully booked, and they have a waiting list of people interested in attending one of their free life-saving classes.
Their classes are led by Mike Bennett, the lead resuscitation officer for Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
The group was founded by Malcolm Robinson, after he suffered a cardiac arrest in 2017. Fortunately, a passer-by saved Malcolm’s life by preforming CPR on him until the ambulance arrived.
Malcolm and his team organise free invaluable life-saving classes for the public, in and around Sutton Coldfield. The classes cover recovery position, chest compressions, mouth to mouth, choking and how to use a defibrillator. The classes last two hours and are relaxed fun and interactive.
Malcolm and his team are now in the process of arranging new course dates, their autumn programme will be announced in early July.
Please do subscribe to their mailing list to keep updated with any new course dates.
We would like to thank the Birmingham Chambers of Commerce for including our story in their weekly Sutton Coldfield newsletter. Please spread the word and book onto a free life-saving course today!