The numbers: the Advanced Life Support Group

The figures behind the charity that provides training in life support techniques for health professionals and others

Advanced Life Support Group
Advanced Life Support Group

£1.41m - The charity's income for the year ending December 2011, compared with £1.36m in the previous year

£865k - The charity's income from the sale of course materials, its single largest source of income. The second largest source of income was course fees, worth £380,000

£88k - Free reserves at year-end, equal to about six weeks' expenditure. This was below the charity's target to hold reserves equal to three months' expenditure

£70k - No employee was paid more than this

18% - The increase in training activity at the charity's centre over the previous year. The charity's activity was still below the level of 2009

37 - The number of countries in which the charity runs courses.

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