This is my very good friend Stephen Durbers son Jake.
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He had a very dramatic event in a swimming pool where he was testing his breath hold ability ,for which he had achieved 2’30” but wanted to gain a longer time.
Unfortunately he fell in to difficulties & was clinically dead for about 5 minutes @ the bottom of the pool.
Steve his dad rushed to get him & with assistance from a another person in the pool ,Steve managed to get Jake to the pool side.
For reasons of respect I’m not going to describe the following events to revive Jake but like Steve told me ” act quick ,believe in what you are doing & stay as calm as possible if you can”.
I’ve posted time & time again, GET FIRST AID TRAINED or even better become an emergency first response instructor today & train others to save life’s.
“Imperfect care rendered is better than perfect care withheld”
By |2022-09-02T11:42:29+01:00September 2nd, 2022|Categories: First Aid Training|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

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Jeff was born in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset and during a holiday to Turkey in 2001 he opted to try diving, he became hooked and enrolled into his PADI open water diver course. He soon completed other dive courses, The PADI Advanced Open Water diver course and then PADI Rescue Diver course. In 2005 he became a PADI Divemaster, diving both in the UK and abroad. Working in such countries as Oman & U.A.E Jeff became a PADI Instructor in 2007 teaching in Thailand & Gran Canaria. Jeff is now teaching diving in the UK and wants to teach you “the way the world learns to dive”.