Learn CPR skills in the workplace with e-Lifesaver, Resuscitation Council UK’s innovative digital training tool.
Why your workforce needs e-Lifesaver
Every person deserves to have the opportunity to learn skills in CPR and choking management, which will help them respond quickly in an emergency.
Workplace CPR training will equip your staff with the skills to save a life. These are skills that could make all the difference if they witnessed someone have a cardiac arrest or start choking in the workplace, at home, or in public.
With e-Lifesaver, CPR skills are learnt with interactive films, which put users at the heart of the action in an emergency and teach the right choices to save a life.
Enquire about e-Lifesaver today to find out more about how to bring e-Lifesaver to your workplace.
Developed by clinical experts at Resuscitation Council UK, e-Lifesaver is an ideal workplace first aid training solution. This SCORM-compliant digital education tool is easy to follow, simple to use, and will ensure your staff know how to perform CPR in an emergency.
e-Lifesaver meets the national standard for CPR and AED awareness training. Staff who complete training will receive a printable certificate. It can be integrated to your Learning Management System (LMS).
Launched in Spring 2020, e-Lifesaver has already been used by numerous organisations, including NHS Trusts, charities, commercial organisations and more.
Choose your scenario
Scenario 1: Jake: Jake is out in public when he suddenly collapses and stops breathing. Will you stop to help him? Learn about how to respond in an emergency, perform CPR and use an AED in this scenario.
The Jake scenario meets the National Standard of CPR and AED awareness.
Scenario 2: Rebecca: When you see Rebecca choking on her food, it’s up to you to give her a chance of survival. In this scenario, you’ll learn how to act if someone’s choking, and when to perform CPR.
The Rebecca scenario aligns with RCUK’s Guidelines on choking.
Scenario 3: Peter: Featuring Star Wars’ Daisy Ridley, the Peter scenario will take you through how to help a stranger in need of emergency CPR.
The Peter scenario demonstrates CPR awareness.
Scenario 4: Harry: 15 year-old Harry is having a cardiac arrest, and you are the one who will perform CPR and defibrillation.
The Harry scenario meets the National Standard of CPR and AED awareness.
At the end of the film, learners can access our COVID-19 guidance to ensure they have up-to-date information about performing CPR during the pandemic.
How to purchase your e-Lifesaver licence
e-Lifesaver can be used either via your own Learning Management System (LMS), or by using our learning portal if you don’t have an LMS. You’ll be able to see which staff have completed their training and how well they did.
You can buy e-Lifesaver licences on a pay as you go basis. You can purchase as many films and licences as you need to deliver your workplace first aid training.
Prices start from just £5 per player, with high-volume discounts available for organisations with their own LMS. We have special prices for NHS and public sector organisations to support your workforce learning needs.
Payment for e-Lifesaver is made in advance and payment can be made by credit or debit card, or by purchase order.
If you have any questions about e-Lifesaver or want to increase the number of licences you have, please get in touch via our enquiries form.