An innovative program in the UK has prompted a managed first aid training provider to expand its services to schools.

Children at Deer Park primary school – aged from four to 11 – were given the chance to climb aboard an Ambulance and attempt to bring a dummy monkey ‘back to life’.

The children also were taught what to do if someone had a nosebleed, or if they fell off their bike.

The day was such a success that the provider, Ambuline, now has decided to offer its services to more schools.