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Saving Lives in the Local Community 'Call Push Rescue Kits' on loan to the community from the CVS


The CVS is working with Derbyshire County Council on a project they are doing with the British Heart Foundation to get more people confident in saving lives. 


Groups can loan ‘Call Push Rescue' training kits - which are easy to use and packed with everything you need to give life-saving CPR - from the CVS DURING MARCH. You don’t need to be a qualified instructor to run CPR training sessions – the easy-to-follow videos do the work for you.

Running training sessions will make sure that, when the worst thing happens, everyone in your community is ready to use their life saving skills to step in and save a life. 

In under an hour, Call Push Rescue training will:

  • teach trainees how to recognise a cardiac arrest
  • teach trainees how to carry out CPR on adults and children
  • show how and when to put a casualty in the recovery position and
  • cover how public access defibrillators work.  


Please click here to find out more.



If you are interested in your group running a training session then please contact Rich Murrell at the CVS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE by telephone on 01283 219761 or email to find out more.

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