We know CPR training creates lifesavers. But for years, providing accurate and objective feedback on the performance of students has been a challenge for instructors. Until now.
The QCPR Classroom App is now available for our Little Anne QCPR with feedback and a gaming element. This enables instructors to enhance the quality of CPR training, classroom efficiency and learner engagement – with up to 42 Manikins at the same time.
Check how every learner is performing with feedback on depth, release, rate and ventilations.
Motivate learners to go from “passed” to "perfection".
See how the whole class performed, and get tips on group improvement.
Up to 12 students race against each other in an exciting and engaging test of CPR skills.
Setting up a CPR Classroom has never been easier – the app onboarding guides the user in 3 simple steps
In 2001, Denmark launched a national initiative to teach CPR. The program invested in community CPR initiatives, new guidelines for resuscitation and dispatch guidance. By 2014, survival rates were tripled.
Increase in bystander CPR
Increase in victims arriving alive at hospital
More patients alive after 30 days
Alex learned CPR at school as part of the British Heart Foundations Nation of Lifesavers campaign.
Several months later he collapsed, and CPR was performed on him in the school gym. The teachers' and staffs' fast actions and knowledge helped save his life.