Would you know what to do if your loved one was suffering from a heart attack?
And do you know what physically happens to someone who is having an asthma attack?
These are just some of the questions a dedicated team of first aiders will be on hand to answer in Leeds city centre tomorrow (Saturday).
Volunteers from first aid charity St John Ambulance are holding a special open day at St Andrew’s House on the Headrow throughout the day.
And YEP readers will be able to take part in a special discounted two-hour first aid course at 1pm as part of our popular First Aid For All campaign.
St John Ambulance district manager Andrew Feely said: “The questions we’ve asked here involve situations faced by people across the city every day.
“They’re not unusual but they can be serious and you can make a difference by giving first aid correctly.
“If you’re not confident you’d have taken the right action or you’ve never had first aid training, I urge you to do something about it now.
“Don’t miss this chance to equip yourself with skills that could save a life.”
The YEP has teamed up with St John Ambulance to teach basic first aid skills to help 500 readers across the city in a bid to help them become the difference between a life lost and a life saved.
LEARN TO BECOME A LIFESAVER
The YEP has teamed up with St John Ambulance to train an army of lifesavers in Leeds.
We are offering a discounted £20 course for readers to learn basic first aid skills.
To book ring 01924 262 726, choose option four and quote discount code 20EFAAA.
Courses will be at the Shine Business Centre, Harehills Road, on October 10 and 29; November 10, 20 and 28.
They will also be at St John Ambulance, Gay Lane, Otley, on October 25, November 19 and December 20.