If you, or someone you know, is responsible for a Public Access Defibrillator
You know of one and can point this out to the sponsor or site owner
PLEASE READ ON…
Why you should register your defibrillator.
A defibrillator registered on The Circuit could make the difference between life and death. Why?
If your defibrillator isn’t registered on The Circuit, ambulance services can’t find it when it’s needed most.
Every defibrillator needs someone like you to make sure it’s registered and ready to do its life saving work. The Circuit helps you to do that with regular reminders about the upkeep of your defibrillator.
Chances to save lives are being missed – defibrillators are currently being used in less than 1 in 20 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests.
When will Sutton Coldfield be starting their courses again?
Thank you for enquiry, Maureen. It’s good to know that you’re keen to take a top-up course.
I’m sorry to say that we still don’t know when we can safely resume the teaching, nor when people will have the confidence to take part. What we do know is that there will be some significant changes to the way that the courses will be structured.
Rest assured that, as you are on our mailing list, you will be notified as soon as things start moving again. In the meantime please encourage your family members to look at on-line CPR videos, several of which can be found via our blog, such as: