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Become a Community First Responder

CFR Training

Could you be a Community First Responder?

Are you....

  • Someone who enjoys working in a team?
  • Keen to make a difference to your community?
  • Calm in a crisis?
  • Able to volunteer a minimum of 20 hours per month?
  • At least 18 years old?
  • A holder of a valid UK full driving licence held for at least one year with no more than 3 penalty points and have access to a B class vehicle with current tax, MOT and insurance for your use.

Applications are received online, through the NHS Jobs site.  Please keep checking this page to see when the next advertisement is open, or alternatively you can create your own role search on NHS jobs  to receive an email notification.

We hold selection interviews and the screening process comprises a Disclosure and Barring Service Check (DBS), professional references and health clearance.  We provide all the training that you will need, covering the Community First Responder scope of practice, but it’s also important that every year you undertake our online modules including infection prevention and control, safeguarding adults and children and information governance. It’s a challenging but very rewarding role and we’re there to support you at every step of this journey.

Visit our Community First Responders section to find out more about our CFRs.


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