Supported by:
keep someone alive until professional help arrives

What medical students will gain

  • Current and fluent emergency life support skills, essential for your clinical exams
  • A vital role in a community based project
  • Enhanced communication skills, especially with young people
  • Opportunity to directly improve public health
  • An official letter of completion from SLL confirming your participation and training. A minimum of 4 school sessions within a year of your training date must be completed to qualify for this.
  • Opportunities for Advanced Training provided by the LAS for those medical students who are most heavily involved with the scheme