Level 3 First Response Emergency Care    Available from Summer 2016

The Level 3 Certificate in First Response Emergency Care qualification is specifically designed for those seeking a career in the emergency services, ambulance services, the event medical sector or those who work in high risk workplaces. Successful candidates will gain the knowledge, skills and competencies needed to be able to deal with a wide range of prehospital care emergencies, such as: managing a patient's airway; catastrophic bleeding; management of fractures; medical emergencies and many more! What's more, this Ofqual regulated qualification is clinically endorsed by The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care -The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, and fulfils the competencies set out in the Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine (PHEM) skills framework at descriptor level D, meaning learners can book this course with total confidence!

The course includes: Roles and responsibilities of a first responder, Medical emergencies, Patient assessment, Airway management, Adult, child and infant CPR & AED usage, Emergency oxygen, Traumatic injuries, Catastrophic bleeding,Shock, Poisoning and intoxicating substances, External and internal bleeding, Helmet removal, Cervical collars and pelvic splints, Environmental exposure, Burns and scalds, Minor injuries and Incident reporting. 


Dental & Doctors Surgeries Emergency Medical Training

Our dental and doctors surgeries emergency medical training course provides the delegate with the knowledge to deal with an incident or accident with in the surgery. The Resuscitation Council (UK) says that: "Staff should undergo regular training in the management of medical emergencies to the level appropriate to their expected clinical responsibilities". 

Our course include as standard the following subjects: Dealing with a collapse, The ABCDE Approach, Basic airway adjuncts management, CPR, The role of Oxygen management in CPR, Choking, Common medical emergencies and the Recovery Position. The course can be tailored to suit your needs and as add ons to the subjects above we can also provide training in Advance airway management, Defibrillation, Anaphylaxis, Use of an BVM among other things.

The Resuscitation Council recommends that yearly updates are undertaken as clinicians are required to have CPR updates every 18 months and non clinicians every 3 years. 

Our Dental & Doctors Surgeries Emergency Medical Training courses is designed for both clinical and non clinical staff. The courses uses the most up to date guidelines from the Resuscitation Council and fulfils the requirements from the GDC,BDA & GMC. Within the Resuscitation Council guidelines it states: Medical emergencies can happen at any time in dental practices. If you employ, manage or lead a team you make sure that:

  1. There are arrangements for a least two people to be available to deal with medical emergencies when treatment is planned to take place. 
  2. All members of staff, not just the registered team members know their role if a patient collapses or there is another kind of medical emergency.
  3. All members of staff who might be involved in dealing with a medical emergency are trained and prepared to deal with such an emergency at any and practice together regularly in a simulated emergency so they know exactly what to do.


Medical Emergency Response Team

This course has been designed for persons wanting to know more about medical conditions and how to deal with them in an emergency and also people that have a responsibility in their workplace that requires a higher level then first aid at workor that could deal with multiple accidents resulting in serious injuries..

This course is taught over two days either at your location or at our training centre in Thanet. The course is a non compliant course and is certificated through ourselves. The course is fully up to date with all the latest guidelines from the Resuscitation Council (UK) and the HSE.

Due to the advance nature of this course we require all delegates to have a First Aid at Work certificate when undertaking this course. 

The course contains include: Allergic reaction, Asthma,Bleeding (minor and severe), Burns, Bone muscle and joint injuries, patient movements, Chest pains and heart attack, Choking (adult, child and baby) CPR (adult, child and baby), Eye injuries, Fainting, Head injuries, Low blood sugar, Poisons, Primary survey, Risk Assessment, Spinal injuries, Shock, Secondary survey, Seizures (adult), Sprains and strains, Scene safety, Stroke, Triage, Team approach and management and Unconscious casualty