This message is dated Monday 12th February 2018 for the Windsor.
I have been contacted by the Windsor Lions to promote the work they have been doing alongside PCSO David Bullock re Defibrillators positioned around Windsor Town Centre:-
The Windsor Community Defibrillator Partnership (WCDP), has been established by a small group of representatives from local service organisations and the local authority, seeking to purchase and maintain strategic lifesaving equipment for the town.
WCDP plan a series of Defibrillator Community Familiarisation Sessions designed for local business employees and members of the public.
WCDP in conjunction with the Management of the Harte & Garter Hotel, have organised a ‘Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), and Defibrillator Familiarisation Session’ on Wednesday 14th February 2018.
The Session will be at 1.00pm, and last for about 90 minutes, to allow for Q & A’s. Places are limited to 40 attendees.
Certificates Of Attendance (COA), for all attendees, as there will not be any competence test following the presentation, however the COA could form part of a person’s ‘Continuing Professional Development’ programme !
Please Note: The is no charge to attend the familiarisation sessions, however we would appreciate a donation towards funding more Automated External Defibrillator for Windsor.
Places will be allocated, on first come basis, in the event we are oversubscribed, we will advise details of our next community familiarisation sessions. If you are interested in attending one of the sessions, please contact Mike Sells on email@example.com
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