Leicester University First Aid Society meets every Monday evening to teach first aid skills in a relaxed and fun environment. Whether you’re a beginner or a fully-fledged first-aider, you’re very welcome to join us.
We offer full training and the opportunity to gain an official first aid qualification, as at the end of the year, you can enrol onto our 3 day first aid course and become a fully qualified first aider. As well as a great accolade this also allows you to volunteer with us as a first aider at many events and get valuable experience.
But the First Aid Society is as much about having fun as it is about learning valuable skills. It’s a great way to make new friends both at our meetings and on our socials which are suitable for all and range from bar crawls to laser quest tournaments.
You can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved.
President: Jasleen Biring
Membership: £5 per year
Training Times: Monday 18:30 - 19:45pm
Training Location: Ken Edwards Building, 5th Floor, Seminar Room 527
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