StepWise is a peer education programme over 3 – 5 months which enables young people at risk of violence to learn, share and teach emergency lifesaving skills. Young people are provided with first aid accreditation, career guidance and c0-facilitate sessions alongside our medical volunteers.

Underpinned by StreetDoctors core ethos of reducing mortality and morbidity amongst young people, StepWise offers personal development through peer education, career development and first-aid accreditation.

Step One

1. Young person attends a StreetDoctors ‘what to do when someone is bleeding’ module
2. Young person attends a StreetDoctors ‘what to do when someone is unconscious’ module
3. Young person attends a one day accredited first aid at work course
4. Young person attends a careers day to explore pathways into healthcare professions

Step Two

5. Young person receives training to co-facilitate sessions with medical volunteers





More information can be found in our StepWise leaflet.

If you’re interested in StepWise being part of your service delivery to young people contact