untrained person

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We are happy to work with conscious developers such as Aldar who appreciate that placing an untrained person on a pool just isn't good enough and who demand high quality and regularly trained staff.
So even an untrained person was capable of doing something effective and in the case of the man whom you resuscitated, probably saving his life?
By turning it into a game, it becomes something that an untrained person with basic math skills can do.
112) Thus, when trained and untrained persons have to work at the same rate, the untrained person will experience significantly more stress than someone who is physically fit and aerobically trained.
The spokesman clarified that no untrained person has been included in the anti-measles campaign.
It is a criminal offence for any untrained person to purport to be a doctor and to treat patients.
An untrained person probably wouldn't know that the two things are one and the same," Just said.
And this can reduce to 30 minutes, four times a week for the untrained person.
So the British Heart Foundation (BHF) is urging members of the public to concentrate on chest compressions rather than the kiss of life - and they say doing it to the tune of the Bee Gees hit Stayin' Alive is the best way for an untrained person to help save the life of someone having a heart attack.
Plus there are risks of serious injury when a medically untrained person injects themselves.
However, "The average, untrained person doing light to moderate exercise should be fine with filtered tap water," Killian said.
It later emerged the one who fled was an untrained person.