Today marked the commencement of CPR and defibrillator training for Transition Year students. Through engaging practical sessions, students are equipped with life-saving skills crucial for emergencies. They’re learning the fundamentals of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and mastering the technique of chest compressions.

Moreover, our students are gaining hands-on proficiency in operating automated external defibrillators (AEDs), which play a pivotal role in restoring normal heart rhythms during cardiac emergencies.

This initiative empowers students to act confidently in crises and cultivates a culture of preparedness and community well-being. Students are becoming invaluable assets in their community’s safety network with each session.