Basic emergency care – this refers to that phase of emergency care that occurs in an out-of-hospital context, and recognises and responds to respiratory and circulatory insufficiency, changes in levels of consciousness, and responds to other conditions using devices and/or techniques readily available to non-health professionals, prior to transfer of care to ambulance crew or other health care professional.
This course is centered around developing confidence and competence in recognition of patients that require supplemental oxygen, delivery devices, safety and awareness using gases in high pressure cylinder, use of airway maintenance devices and techniques, using resuscitation equipment. Students will also demonstrate knowledge of Automated External Defibrillator (AED) use and use an AED.
Pro+Med offers this popular FPOS-I Course, giving Pro+Med First Responder students the option to concurrently complete a truly international dual qualification. Meets UK SIA licensing requirements for Security Consultants and Close Protection.