Level 3 Medical course (March 2020)

Level 3 First Responders Course (With optional) 1 day Paediatric First Aid

**New course dates added for March 2020***

Unfortunately some of our students missed the opportunity to train with us in March due to our medical course being over subscribed. Fortunately though, the training team have now secured and locked in a second Level 3 First responders course. The second course is now open for booking and will be held in central London between Monday 23rd and Friday 27th March. Should you wish to attend, the course has an optional Level 3 Award in Emergency Paediatric First Aid (RQF) bolted on as the fifth day.

Also included within the course is the Level 3 Administration of Emergency Oxygen (RQF).

Course price 1: £380+VAT for 4 day course

Course price 2: £450 +VAT for 5 day course (Inc 1 day Paediatric)

Location: Central London

Duration: 5 day course inc 1 day Paediatric UK

Dates: Monday 23rd – Friday 27th March 2020

Accommodation: Is not included

Food: Is not included

ELCAS: ELCAS number is 3798

The course is broken down day by day as below:

  • Day 1 – Level 3 First Responders Course (RQF)
  • Day 2 – Level 3 First Responders Course (RQF)
  • Day 3 – Level 3 First Responders Course (RQF)
  • Day 4 – Level 3 First Responders Course (RQF)
  • Day 5 – Level 3 Award in Emergency Paediatric First Aid (RQF)

QNUK: QNUK Level 3 Award for First Responders is aimed at those who require a more advanced level of competence and first aid knowledge. Typical learners include close protection operatives, security operatives and industrial first aiders looking to add and improve upon standard first aid qualifications and/or to gain the SIA CP licence.

Qualification course content:

  • Understand the role and responsibilities of a first responder.
  • Understand the principles of scene management.
  • Know how to minimise the risk to oneself due to poor manual handling techniques.
  • Be able to undertake basic casualty assessment and monitoring.
  • Be able to assess and manage a casualty who is unresponsive.
  • Be able to support a casualty with suitable airway management techniques.
  • Be able to recognise and manage a casualty with a minor injury.
  • Be able to manage a casualty who has a catastrophic bleed.
  • Know how to recognise and manage a casualty who is in shock.
  • Know how to recognise and manage common trauma related injuries.
  • Know how to recognise and manage a range of medical emergencies.
  • Know how to recognise and manage a casualty affected by heat or cold.
  • Be able to perform basic life support procedures on a paediatric casualty.

For more information please contact a member of our training team: training@excellentiaglobal.com