First Response Emergency Care (FREC) Level 3

The First Response Emergency Care course is designed to advance the First Aider to a level where they can provide immediate life support to a patient prior to the arrival of paramedics.

Course NAME

First Response Emergency Care (FREC) Level 3

DURATION 5 days
FROM £400.00
MANDATORY REQUIREMENT FOR Becoming Level 3 in First Response Emergency Care certificated
ELIGIBILITY 18+ years

COURSE UNITS
1 Roles and Responsibilities of Pre Hospital Care Providers

2 Incident assessment and control

3 Catastrophic Bleeding

4 Airway management

5 Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

6 Medical Gases

7 Trauma

8 Trauma (Muscular-Skeletal)

9 Trauma (thoracic)

10 Medical conditions

11 Environmental

12 Human body

ASSESSMENT

13 x Practical assessments, 3 x Theory assessments (Multiple Choice Question Papers), 4 x Skills tests and continuous formative assessment conducted throughout the course.

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What Is The First Response Emergency Care Training Course?

The First Response Emergency Care course is designed to advance First Aiders to a level where they can provide immediate life support to a patient prior to the arrival of emergency services.

Learners who take the First Response Emergency Care course will gain the knowledge, skills and competences needed to deal with a wide range of prehospital care emergencies, such as: managing a patient’s airways, catastrophic bleeding, management of fractures and medical emergencies.

What Certification Will You Get?

Upon successful completion of the course and assessment delegates are awarded a Level 3 Certificate in First Response Emergency Care.

NOTE: The qualification is approved by Qualsafe Awards (the UK’s largest Awarding Organisation for first aid qualifications) and is clinically endorsed by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. The Level 3 Certificate meets the FPHC criteria for descriptor ‘D’ provider on the PHEM Skills Framework.

What Does The Course Include?

The life saving skills taught covered in the course are particularly suited to security staff, medical response teams, fire and police officers, industrial first aiders, healthcare providers and community responders.

NOTE: In line with Resuscitation Council (UK) guidance, it is strongly recommended that first responders undertake annual refresher training that includes Basic Life Support and Automated External Defibrillation.

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No, but we recommend that delegates have reasonable numeracy and literacy skills and also hold some basic first aid knowledge.



The course provides a solid foundation for the learner to be competent to deal with a wide range of medical and trauma situations in the prehospital environment and is suitable for but not limited to: Event first aiders, Fire fighters, Police fire arms and medics, Expedition Leaders UK and overseas, Journalists working overseas, Researchers working overseas, Film Crews working in remote areas, Aid workers in hostile or disaster-prone countries, Community Responders in the UK, High risk work environments in the UK and overseas, Offshore workers and Close protection operatives recognised by the Security Industries Authority (SIA).



Some of the topics covered in the modules include: Basic Life Support (BLS) and Automated External Defibrillation (AED), Child and Infant BLS, Emergency oxygen administration, Bag Valve Mask (BVM) and pocket mask, Trauma and catastrophic bleeding, Head and spinal injuries, Shock and circulation, Sudden poisoning, Burns and scalds, Airway management, Environmental exposure and responding to life threatening medical conditions



Although not mandatory, learners are encouraged to do a minimum of 118hrs self-directed study.

 

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