Scottish Dental Show 2019

First Aid Training Co-operative Will Be Exhibiting at the Scottish Dental Show 2019 in Glasgow, on 26 & 27 April 2019

Cory Jones, one of our Directors will be at the Scottish Dental Show 2019, speaking to Dentists, Dental Practitioners and Practice Agents about their first aid requirements.

Dental Care Staff are required to do annual CPR & AED training as part of their Medical Emergency CPD. Cory will be helping Dentists and Dental Care staff understand their responsibilities, and how best to go about satisfying the requirements.

As well as this, Cory will be carrying out live AED demos using a training version of one of the fantastic Cardiac Science Powerheart C5 AEDs that we sell to our clients.

AED training

These demos will help attendees get a sense of how easy it is to use and AED. They will also help to dispel some of the myths around AED use, and remove the fear of getting it wrong.

Using an AED promptly can drastically improve the chances of survival in cases of Sudden Cardiac Arrest. By helping to make AEDs more readily available in the community, and by training more people how to use them, the survival rates will improve.

If you are a Dentist, or work in a Dental Practice, why not head along to the Scottish Dental Show at Braehead in Glasgow, on 26 & 27 April 2019 to find out more.

You can also register for a free copy of our Digital First Aid at Work manual while you are there!

Alternatively, contact us directly to find out about purchasing an AED, or doing some CPR & AED training at your practice.

About The Author

Tom Durham

Tom has 10 years of experience as a first aid trainer / assessor and over 20 years experience of outdoor sports instruction and coaching internationally. Prior to becoming a founder of the First Aid Training Co-operative, Tom grew a successful business delivering predominantly outdoor / remote first aid courses across Scotland, using his experience to help others in the outdoor industry improve their skills. Tom is a graduate of the Rural Leadership Programme and also runs a mountain bike trail design consultancy. He continues to work internationally, dividing his time between Scotland and the Italian Alps.