Every year about 3,200 people in Scotland are treated by the Ambulance Service after having a cardiac arrest.
Unfortunately, survival rates for out-of-hospital cardiac arrests are low but we all have the power to help change this. Starting CPR saves lives so we’re asking you to get ready! Thank you for taking the first step by visiting this page. Below you’ll find an abundance of resources to help you learn how to save a life tailored for both adults and children. Our current resources also cover how to do CPR while there is a risk of coronavirus (Covid-19).
Adult CPR Resources
All the resources you need to become a CPR champion today! Educational videos, signs to identify a cardiac arrest, common CPR fears addressed and resources for those who have been affected by cardiac arrest.
CPR Resources for Young People
Become a superstar CPR Kid Researcher today! We’re asking budding researchers to teach their family and friends how to save a life. The Kid Researcher CPR kit includes all the tools you’ll need.
CPR for Disabled Learners
A hub of accessible CPR resources for Disabled Learners. It takes a team to save a life! Learn how you might play your part in the Chain of Survival.
Everyone in Scotland can be part of the Chain of Survival and help save a life. We want to highlight the wonderful diversity in Scotland and challenge perceptions around what it means to be a lifesaver!
Learn CPR face to face
Contact us here and we can help you connect to your local CPR training provider.
Save a life for Scotland
Starting CPR saves lives… so let’s be ready. We’re asking you to say ‘I’ll do it’ and be one of over 640,000 people in Scotland who are already CPR ready.