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Mon 2nd September 2013 4.58PM
The programme gives people the essential skills to help them deal with medical emergencies such as choking or a cardiac arrest.
The Heart Start initiative,established by the British Heart Foundation, is atwo and a halfhour course.
It teaches people of any age or ability essential basic life support skills, such as CPR, how to place an un-conscious patient into the recovery position and how to deal with a heart attack, choking and a severe haemorrhage.
A group spokesman said: The course is very relaxed and informal, with a certificate of attendance provided upon completion. Previous medical training or experience is not necessary.
The group will hold the course at any business premises or at its training venue in Congleton at a time and date to suit those wishing to take part.
For further information or to book a course contact the Course Co-ordinator, Rachael Turner on 07747 825708 or emailrachael.turner@bt internet.com.