The CPR training for GP Practices is designed to maintain CPR skills for clinical staff and is taught only by Resuscitation Council accredited instructors who are also experienced hands on instructors for hospital cardiac arrest teams. It is taught in-house at your own GP practice.

The CPR training for GP Practices lasts from 2 – 4 hours and can include AED (defibrillator) training and as per Course Outline below.

Who Is The Course For

The CPR Training for GP Practices is suitable for healthcare professionals or anyone working within the healthcare industry including doctors, nurses, receptionists and support staff.                                                                                                                                                                                                                     CPR Training for GP Practices is an annual mandatory training requirement in many healthcare environments and professions including Nursing, Care Workers and Medical Professionals.

Number Of Candidates

CPR training for GP Practices can typically accommodate up to 12 candidates.

Duration & Cost

CPR training for GP Practices for up to 12 candidates costs from £220 for 2 hours. Please ask us about the cost and duration of a more comprehensive course (or for a larger group) as below:

Course Outline

A more comprehensive course can cover some or all of the following key areas:

  • ABCDE approach to assessing the sick patient
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Chest pain
  • Emergency Asthma management
  • Choking
  • Recovery position
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation  / BLS for all ages
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED)  training
  • Resuscitation drugs and equipment including Oxygen
  • Airway Management – practical use of airway adjuncts and suction as appropriate to your environment


The CPR training for GP Practices is certified by ResusPlus Training on the basis of continuous assessment by the trainer. Successful candidates shall be issued with a ResusPlus Training CPD certificate valid for 1 year.