120 Learn Life Saving Techniques
The Albion Foundation continue paving the way for youngsters with invaluable lessons to carry them through into adult life.
Award winning charity Street Doctors delivered an educational workshop to 10 young people of the 120 project.
The organization was founded in 2008 by medical students in Liverpool, after realizing majority of the 11 to 16 year olds young offenders attending a general first aid class they were teaching had known someone who had been stabbed or shot.
The charity has grown over the years and now has bases in all major cities in the UK including Birmingham, Glasgow and Dublin.
Workshops are targeted at young people with the aim to save lives by highlighting the death and significant injury associated with violent crime; they also discourage these young people from carrying weapons in the first place.
The session was hosted at The Albion Foundation School, the workshop focused on equipping our young people with life-saving skills when faced with trauma.