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General Enquiries: 01829 732 615
Transport Bookings: 0330 311 9999

  • This is for:

    This course is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification specifically designed for those looking to progress their career in the emergency services, ambulance services, event medical sector and high-risk workplaces. Recognised by many as an Emergency Care Assistant (ECA) equivalent. This course is for those who have a specific responsibility at work, or in voluntary and community activities, to provide prehospital care to patients requiring emergency care/treatment.

  • Objectives:

    The objective of the course is to enable learners to attain the knowledge and practical competencies needed to deal with a range of prehospital emergency situations. The assessment is designed to demonstrate competency in prehospital care to gain employment and a ‘licence to practice’ from an employer.

  • Certification:

    After completing the assessments and workbooks, learners will receive a RQF accredited qualification. Two certificates will be offered (the qualification and a list of the units in the qualification). The certificate date is the date of achievement of the final unit. This qualification is valid if the learner maintains a CPD portfolio and holds a valid Immediate Life Support qualification.

Course Summary

One week of study which contains three units for the full award. Delivered by a Paramedic-led team using top of the range simulation equipment and facilities. A combination of self-directed and guided learning, theoretical and practical in nature with online support throughout.

This course runs regularly at our Chester training centre. Please contact us for more details: 01829 732 615

Syllabus

The FREC Level 4 includes the following:

  • Patient assessment
  • The structure and function of the heart
  • Pathological changes associated with heart disease
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) monitoring
  • Managing a patient’s airway
  • Medical gases
  • The function of components in the thoracic cavity
  • Assessing and managing thoracic trauma
  • The function of the musculoskeletal system
  • The key characteristics of the nervous system
  • Mechanisms of injury and kinetics
  • First response emergency care for a range of trauma incidents
  • Sexual assault
  • First response emergency care at a major incident
  • Physical and psychosocial development in children
  • Providing emergency care to sick and injured children
  • Dealing with patients displaying signs of mental health problems
  • Assisting advanced airway management
  • Vascular access and performing an infusion

Course dates

6th - 8th & 20th - 22nd June (Split Course) £625 +VAT Cheshire Training Centre

19th - 21st Jun & 3rd - 5th July (Split Course) £625 +VAT Buckingham Training Centre

4th - 6th July & 18th - 20th July (Split Course) £625 +VAT Cheshire Training Centre

25th - 27th July & 1st - 3rd August (Split Course) £625 +VAT Buckingham Training Centre

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