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Basic Life Support Course for the Workplace

Course Info

Duration: 2.5Hrs
CPD Accredited
Practical Workshop with Online Guides

Our BLS course is built on the combination of years of experience by our professionally trained healthcare professionals' who are active in the Accident and Emergency Departments across Kent, using technologically advanced, visually-guided equipment. 

Do I need this course?

Whether you're an employer, organisation, or taking training for other reasons, taking a CPD accredited course ensures you get the highest quality of training from an approved source.

CPD is required for many healthcare professionals across different industries. Our BLS course ensures you meet this requirement thus, on completion you will be presented with a certificate of competence.

For more information, contact us.

Why take our BLS course?

What's included in the Course?

Practical Based Learning

Candidates have full access to technologically advanced equipment, for a hands-on practical experience, with self and facilitator evaluations

Online Learning Platform

Access to resources and guides with our online learning platform, available to candidates

Single or Group Courses Available

Our courses are adaptive to meet most criteria from our clients' needs. Whether you have a group of healthcare professionals or you are an individual

Certificate of Competence

All our candidates who take our course receive a certificate of competence once passing our end of course evaluation

We believe the best approach to learn this valuable and life-saving skill is through physical practice in a safe and friendly environment. 

With this course, it will give you clear underpinning skills and knowledge to conduct basic life support and make a difference to someone's life.

Our course is suitable for:


Care Workers


Other Healthcare Professionals


Patient Transport Drivers


Individuals Wanting to Learn BLS

In addition to the basic course, we also offer the following modules that can be added:

Treating Bites and Stings




Head Injuries

Allergies and Anaphylaxis

Bones, Muscles and Joints

Chest Pains and Seizures

The BLS course is structured to provide candidates with the ability to get hands-on with our equipment and use our online resources to provide a unique learning environment. The candidate will experience challenges throughout the course to test the candidate's knowledge and encourage confidence in their skills.

The basic BLS course format includes:

Introduction to BLS

Recognising a cardiorespiratory arrest

Administering CPR

Summoning help and situation management

The Recovery Position

Use of a defibrillator

Make an Enquiry with Us

Are you looking for something and we've not quite answered it? Are you seeking to book a group of candidates and would like to discuss further? 

No matter the enquiry, we are on hand to help you. Drop us a message with the form below and we will endeavour to meet you with a response quickly.

BLS Enquiry Fom
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