FastAid, fastaid, CFR, solihull, birmingham

CPR & AED Awareness Training

Community Groups

Does your local charity or non-profit organisation want to make a life-saving difference? FastAid offers CPR and AED awareness training tailored specifically for your group!

Our expert CFR's will come to your venue and equip your members with the crucial skills they need to respond to emergencies. This interactive training covers:

  • Performing CPR on adults, children, and infants
  • Using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) confidently
  • Basic life support techniques in critical situations

These skills are easy to learn and can save a life!

Here's what we provide:

  • Experienced CFR trainers
  • All necessary training materials
  • Fun, engaging and hands on training

All we ask is that you:

  • Secure a suitable venue for the training
  • Register your attendees in advance

The training itself is completely free! However, we gratefully accept donations to help us continue providing these lifesaving programs and saving lives in our communities.


Become a Lifesaver in Your Community learn CPR and how to use an AED with FastAid!

Did you know that knowing CPR can mean the difference between life and death? We can offer CPR Training free of charge. taught by our dedicated CFR's. This training is perfect for groups of all sizes and will equip you with the crucial knowledge and practical skills to respond to emergencies.

You will learn how to:

  • Perform CPR
  • Use a Public Access Defibrillator (PAD)
  • Provide basic life support in critical situations

Attendance is completely free, although donations are gratefully accepted so we can continue providing life saving care, support and training in the community.

Empower yourself, ready to become a hero in your community? Contact Us today to learn more and register for a course!

AED checks in the community

FastAid volunteers also maintain defibrillators in public places (CPADs). We offer comprehensive assistance in establishing a CPAD, including local training on the safe use of a defibrillator.

We routinely inspect defibrillators in our community to ensure they are registered with the Circuit, enabling 999 call handlers to direct the public to an AED during emergencies.

Should your business consider hosting a public-use AED, please contact us to explore how we can assist.