Cheshire Budo Federation will be offering this opportunity to all members, parents, families and friends to all of our clubs. There is no cost for learning this vital skill, and all we ask is that you spread the word and encourage more people to engage with this national campaign.
The First CPR session….
During the February half term at the Ju-Jitsu Academy Day, the first 10 participants got the opportunity take part in this national Call, Push, Rescue campaign. All the participants were successful in performing CPR and met the criteria set by the British Heart foundation.
“I didn’t know how to do CPR before the course and found it hard at the start of the session, but after a little practice the process is quite simple, and now I feel more confident on what to do should I have to do CPR”
Well done to the first 10.
How to take advantage of this opportunity,
If you would like to take part in one of the sessions please register your interest at your club. The club will be providing sessions throughout the year, dates will be available shortly. Each session can only take 10 participants and will be on a first come first serve basis once dates have been confirmed.
We would also like to show support for the British Heart Foundation, therefore there will be details of how to donate to the British heart foundation at each of the session, and we hope you would support the work of the BHF so they are able to offer more opportunities such as the Call, Push, rescue campaign, to more people across the country.
Thank you for your support.
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