The North East Ambulance Service provides award-winning, paramedic-led, First Aid, Health and Safety and Trauma training.
Since 2012, we have trained over 17,600 delegates from over 1,300 businesses and organisations.
All money generated is reinvested in our ambulances and crews.
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A stoke is a medical emergency it occurs when there's bleeding in the brain or when normal blood flow to the brain is blocked. The brain needs the oxygen in the blood to work properly. Lack of oxygen causes damage to the brain cells. The speed of treatment can have a dramatic impact on the casualty's recovery, but unfortunately it is often delayed because helpers call the doctor instead of calling 999.
Shock is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the circulatory system fails to provide enough oxygenated blood to the body and, as a result, deprives the vital organs of oxygen. Do you know how to best help someone in shock?
Many children do not receive resuscitation because potential rescuers fear causing them harm. It is far better to perform 'adult style' resuscitation on a child (who is unresponsive and not breathing) than to do nothing. However there are a few minor modifications that will make it even more suitable.
At North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust our Specialist Skills team provides paramedic-led first aid and health and safety training. We are the trainer of choice for public, private and third sector organisations across the North East of England.