To: Derbyshire Education Authorities

Make Basic Life Support a part of the School Curriculum so that more lives can be saved

Make Basic Life Support a part of the School Curriculum so that more lives can be saved

Implement Basic Life Support into the school curriculum

Why is this important?

The 999 Emergency Ambulance Service is under pressure to hit targets and with the increasing amount of people within the UK is creating bigger problems. Imagine the positive impact it would have on everyone if 'Basic Life Support' was taught in schools. This would help the emergency services also would give a better life expectancy for the more severe issues such as Heart Attack and any other major life threatening situations. Besides giving the added advantage of promoting and preserving lives, this would also give a good life skill and good footing for the child as they grow if they wish to proceed into the medical sector. Introducing BLS into the school curriculum will preserve, prevent and promote not only life but skills and knowledge of all.

How it will be delivered

I intend to deliver the petition in person

Derbyshire

Reasons for signing

  • The earlier people learn how to take action or support life saving the less scary it is and the more chances there are of lives being saved.
  • The school curriculum should include FA teaching so that our children grow up knowing how to save lives!
  • i think all secondary school children should be taught this skill at least twice a year 4 hours could save lives

Updates

2017-06-16 21:53:43 +0100

100 signatures reached

2017-05-19 19:11:35 +0100

50 signatures reached

2017-05-17 09:29:24 +0100

25 signatures reached

2017-05-15 20:43:11 +0100

10 signatures reached