CSIA is latest to have students trained to do CPR and use defibrillators

More and more secondary schools in Cornwall are being fitted with life-saving defibrillators thanks to the tireless work of a charity from Penzance, Cornwall. One of the latest schools to have public access defibrillators installed on its premises was Camborne Science & International Academy.

As well as the defibrillators students at the schools also received training from the Ronnie Richards Memorial Charity on how to use them and how to perform CPR if needed. RRMC co-founder and secretary Paul Williams: “The RRMC continues its drive to equip county secondary school students with essential lifesaving CPR and AED skills in line with its closely linked public access defibrillator (PAD) infrastructure network securing an increasing over 200 in west Cornwall alone.

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