Heartstart Discovery is offering two-hour training sessions in emergency life support to people across Tayside next month.
Learn to be a Lifesaver
The Tele’s Learn to be a Lifesaver campaign has generated a “huge” response from readers — with first aid classes booked up well into next year as a result.
Young people in Dundee are set to teach each other about the perils of knife crime.
Schools in Dundee are being urged to take advantage of free CPR training equipment.
Less than half of people in Dundee who suffer a cardiac arrest outside of hospital will receive cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) .
As part of the Tele’s Learn to be a Lifesaver campaign, reporter James Simpson took part in a first aid training session to find out exactly what’s involved in learning life-saving techniques.
Before Heartstart Discovery was rolled out, Dundee was among the worst places in Scotland when it came to bystanders having the courage to help save a life.
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I can say from personal experience that having first aid and CPR training is one of the best things I have ever done, writes Tele reporter Lindsey Hamilton.
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A Dundee man has told of the moment he gave CPR to another person who had collapsed at a ceilidh.
The Tele is launching a brand new drive to get people across Dundee and beyond trained up with lifesaving skills — by urging them to take part in a first aid course.