Emergencies happen.

On ordinary days, for ordinary people, life can change in a heartbeat.

In a heartbeat, it’s three o’clock in the morning and your neighbour is frantically knocking on your door because their toddler has stopped breathing and is turning blue.

In a heartbeat, you’re driving home from work, a cyclist has been knocked over and may have life-changing injuries, he’s someone’s Dad and someone’s partner.

In a heartbeat, a teacher in a classroom has a child who is having a seizure and has knocked their head on the way down. They are drooling, blood coming from their mouth, and their eyes are rolling back.

Imagine being that neighbour, driver, or teacher. Can you imagine how scary that would be?

Imagine that you had absolutely no idea of what to do, never did first aid training, or let it go out of date.

Imagine that your course hadn’t given you confidence, had been old-fashioned, stuffy or irrelevant.

That is unthinkable to us.

We believe that no one should ever feel anything less than confident in dealing with an emergency. We will all have times in our lives when we are called upon to be a hero.

We’re on a mission to turn ordinary into extraordinary. To fill the UK with superheroes-on-standby, trained in a way that empowers them to help someone in need.

Our team of dedicated and passionate trainers are hero-makers. They teach skills and coach confidence, not just competence.

We’d like to welcome you onto our mission, there’s lots to do.

Let’s get started.

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