BBC Radio Leeds help raise awareness about free CPR training that saves lives

Miracle man Neil Davidson survived a cardiac arrest after being kept alive by his son Oliver doing CPR on him for 21 minutes before the paramedics arrived and used a defibrillator. This saved Neil’s life. Since then, Neil has been on a mission to ensure that everyone has the knowledge and skills to respond in a crisis.

So profound was Neil’s experience, is that he is now on a lifelong mission to raise awareness about how vital it is that everyone learns how to perform CPR and are aware of how to use a defibrillator from a young age. He has set up a fund so people in the Calderdale community can access free CPR training. The next sessions are at Noahs Ark today and Project Colt on Saturday 27th April between 11.00 am and 12.30 pm, here is the link to book https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cpr-and-defib-awareness-session-tickets-858867554977 Whether you’re a parent, a student, or a work for a charity, CPR training is a valuable asset that can make a difference when every second counts.

To listen to Neil’s inspiring interview on BBC Radio Leeds and learn more about the upcoming free CPR training sessions, click here

Well done Neil for inspiring everyone in our community from all walks of life that they can be proactive and learn the skills that could save someone’s life.

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