Street first aid - session overview

Based around a narrative, our interactive sessions teach students how to deal with an emergency first aid situation.

Our facilitators will help to build students’ confidence by teaching them simple, easy-to-remember first aid skills, such as:

  • responding to a catastrophic bleed
  • dealing with alcohol or drug intoxication
  • performing a primary survey and CPR
  • recognising the signs of deteriorating mental health after dealing with a first aid incident.

Sessions can be 60, 90, or 120 minutes long.



Who can get involved?

Young people aged 11-25 are able to join Young Responders sessions in two ways:



Our fully qualified facilitators will visit your school/further/higher education facility and deliver an interactive learning experience to groups of up to 30 students. There is no charge for this programme.                                                                 

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Partnership Organisations

There are already many fantastic organisations working hard to support young people in underserved communities who would benefit from our first aid sessions so we are keen to partner with them so that we may extend the reach of our work to empower a diverse young community to develop lifesaving skills.


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Where we are operating and why

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North East

The North East most common crimes include violence, 14,123 offences in 2022.



West Midlands

The number of under-18s involved in knife crime has more than doubled in the last 5 years.




Knife of sharp instrument offences increased by 11% to 11,517 September 2021 to September 2022.