September 28th, 2016

Bromsgrove and Rubery schools urged to take up free life-saving lessons

Bromsgrove and Rubery schools urged to take up free life-saving lessons Bromsgrove and Rubery schools urged to take up free life-saving lessons
Updated: 3:28 pm, Jan 15, 2016

PRIMARY and secondary schools across Bromsgrove and Rubery are being offered free life-saving lessons that can be taught in their classrooms.

Funding from the Department of Education will allow St John Ambulance to train 100,000 young people in vital life-saving skills so they can have the knowledge to help family, friends, or someone in the community when they need it the most.

The charity is aiming to engage 30 schools in the West Midlands region through the funding.

Schools should contact their local/regional St John Ambulance to find out how they can access the free schools training by emailing west-mids-training@sja.org.uk or by calling 0121 237 3879.

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