LifeLines overview

The LifeLines Programme offers 11-18 year olds a glimpse into the daily life of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance Critical Care Team, with the aim to inspire, motive and raise aspirations of our future generation.


The programme provides an exciting example of real world applications of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Working closely with our Critical Care Team, we have developed projects and challenges to be used in the classroom or in local STEM clubs.

Employability Skills

Take part in our LifeLines Challenge and learn more about employment and career paths including; medicine, aviation, engineering and the third sector.

PSHE / Citizenship

The LifeLines Challenge helps develop vital skills such as teamwork, communication, decision-making and problem solving, linking closely to the PSHE (Physical, Social and Health Education) curriculum.

The programme is also suitable for post 16 Education and Youth groups such as:

• Enterprise / Business Studies  • Public Service Courses  • Home Education  • Scouts  • Guides  • Cadets  • Youth Clubs

STEM projects
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