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Andrew Robertson, a volunteer with St John Scotland who has delivered CPR training, said:"I got involved in doing CPR on a first aid course - after that I felt I could contribute so much more by actually delivering the training myself and passing on the skills I'd learned.

"Learning CPR really does make a difference.

"People are really grateful to learn skills that might save someone's life, as are those who are alive today because of the actions of someone who performed CPR, to buy them time until the professional help arrives.

"I would encourage everyone to learn CPR - it might just make the difference and help save a life."

I felt I could contribute so much more by actually delivering the training Andrew Robertson

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Publication:Stirling Observer (Stirling, Scotland)
Date:Apr 11, 2018
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