Would you know what to do in an emergency?

A person opens the airway of a collapsed person, in an e-Lifesaver still.

Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, at any time. Knowing what to do in an emergency can make all the difference when it comes to survival – and e-Lifesaver is a great way to learn. 

e-Lifesaver is a SCORM-compliant digital education tool that puts users at the heart of the action in an emergency and teaches them the right choices to make in order to save a life. This innovative game in a film is designed for workforce learning. Ensure you and your staff know what to do if someone were to collapse and stop breathing by learning through e-Lifesaver scenarios which cover calling for help, performing CPR, using a defibrillator (Jake), and what to do if someone is choking (Rebecca). These scenarios can be imported into your own learning management system (LMS) so that crucial skills can be learned in house.
 
It’s engaging, interactive, and completion of the scenarios meets the National standard for CPR and AED awareness training. Staff can track their usage and performance on your own LMS, and on successful completion of the course, a personal printable certificate is produced.
 
Email us today at lifesaver@resus.org.uk to find out more about e-Lifesaver and how to get involved.

Learn more about e-Lifesaver

e-Lifesaver is a digital education tool that puts users at the heart of the action in an emergency and teaches them the right choices to make in order to save a life. The scenarios available cover calling for help, performing CPR, using a defibrillator (Jake), and what to do if someone is choking (Rebecca). It's designed for workforce learning, and these scenarios can be imported into your own learning management system (LMS) so that your staff can learn these crucial skills in house.

Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, at any time. Knowing what to do in an emergency can make all the difference when it comes to survival – and e-Lifesaver is a great way to learn. It’s engaging, interactive, and completion of it meets the National standard for CPR and AED awareness training. Staff can track their usage and performance on your own LMS, and on successful completion of the course, a personal printable certificate is produced.

E-mail us at lifesaver@resus.org.uk, where a member of our support team can give you more details.

Installation of e-Lifesaver is a straightforward procedure but can depend on your LMS and network configuration. We hope to have you up and running in a few days.

e-Lifesaver packages are available for the Public, Private, and Charitable sectors. We are also currently offering e-Lifesaver for free to NHS trusts – please e-mail us at lifesaver@resus.org.uk, where a member of our support team can give you more details on this package.

Payment for e-Lifesaver is made in advance and payment can be made by credit or debit card, or by purchase order.

Absolutely. You can add more learners at any time by emailing us at lifesaver@resus.org.uk, where a member of our support team can give you more details.

Lifesaver is sold on a pay as you go basis, so access continues until your credit to play is used up.

e-Lifesaver packages are available for the Public, Private, and Charitable sectors. NHS organisations can also redeem an exclusive free 6 month trial until September 30, 2020  – please e-mail us at lifesaver@resus.org.uk, where a member of our support team can give you more details on this package.

User performance is available to view through your existing in house LMS.

e-Lifesaver requires a learning management system (LMS) and does not require much space as the package size is very small.

Resuscitation Council UK provides support for technical queries via email - lifesaver@resus.org.uk. We aim to respond to queries within 2 working days.

To access e-Lifesaver, you will need to use a desktop computer (PC or Mac). You can’t use e-Lifesaver on your mobile phone or tablet at the moment, but this may change in the future.