BLS Training

Get BLS trained to make India Emergency Ready

BLS Training

Failing to plan is planning to fail - is an age-old adage; and it is even more true when we are dealing with emergency situations.

70-75% emergencies occur outside hospitals and effective response to these emergencies is sure to improve survival rates.

Preparation for a particular situation, incident and emergency helps us respond better, quicker and with a greater impact - resulting in both risk mitigation as well as improved results of the help extended.

The Bystander Life Support Training - Basic Module - is an instructor led course that helps the trainees identify, react and respond to various health emergencies - in a scientific manner - resulting in higher survival rates.

The training helps the attendees be familiar with life-threatening health emergencies, offer basic first aid, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver ventilation (if required) and use of automated external defibrillator in case of need.

As part of our effort to make our society better equipped to deal with medical emergencies, we encourage - individuals and corporates - to sign-up for and undergo the bystander resuscitation training module. This will enable them to be better equipped to identify & deal with medical emergencies while improving survivability of those experiencing an emergency.

This is our certified training module, and you will receive a certification that identifies you as a trained emergency responder.

For more details on Bystander Training, refer to the FAQs given below:

The Bystander Life Support Training - Basic Module is a structure and simulated training module that prepares an individual (Not from medical background) to identify and respond to health emergencies in a scientific manner to improve survivability of the person facing an emergency.
Yes. The training module is based on the guidelines of the American Heart Institute and delivered by certified professionals of the Gleneagles Hospitals Group in India. You will receive a certificate at the end of the training module after validation.
You can fill in the online form and pick a suitable date and location. Our representatives will reach out to you to facilitate the rest.
The training is a 2 hours course with theory and practical simulations to help you better understand and implement emergency protocols.

No. Any layperson can attend and learn from this training. Some level of medical knowledge will only help, but it is not a precondition.

Yes. You can sign up in groups - either friends, family or corporate.
Yes. For large corporate with sizable number of trainees, we will be happy to offer on-location training. However, the organizing corporate should have the infrastructure to conduct the training.
You will learn to identify different types of medical emergencies and the protocols defined to deal with them respectively.