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St John Scotland volunteers teach CPR - St John Scotland

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This week, members of the 268th Glasgow Company of the Boys' Brigade were taught life-saving skills by St John Scotland Glasgow Area volunteers, including paramedic Stephen Corbett (pictured). 

Around ten young Boys' Brigade members were taught the vital skill, meaning they'll now be ready to step in and save a life if they are present when someone goes into cardiac arrest.

St John Scotland is proud to be a partner of Save a Life for Scotland, which aims to teach 500,000 people CPR skills by 2020. We host public pop-up CPR training events across the country, as well as linking in with local community groups to help people of all ages learn the life-saving skill.

If you are intersted in becoming a St John Scotland CPR volunteer, or would like us to train your group in CPR, please get in touch with us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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