Level 4 Certificate in
First Response Emergency Care (FREC) Level 4
5 Day Course
Certificate valid indefinitely
Ofqual Regulated Clinically endorsed by the Faculty of Pre-hospital Care –
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh PHEM Framework: Descriptor Level D
First Response Emergency Care FREC 4
First response emergency care – FREC 4 delivered here in sunny Cornwall. Our trainers deliver a hands on practical course. With the use of realistic environments and live casualties give you a fully immersive experience.
Therefore we have invested in equipment and facilities that you get nowhere else.
The Qualsafe Level 4 Certificate in First Response Emergency Care (RQF) 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 pre-hospital care emergencies. Such as: managing a patient’s airway; catastrophic bleeding; management of fractures; medical emergencies , ECG recognition, Major Incident work, Digestive and reproductive systems, and more
Once you have successfully completed the course, which is not guaranteed, we will offer paid work on our event medical team CTC Medical Services
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The price includes all equipment, Registration and certification, refreshments throughout the course, course manuals to keep.
You must hold a FREC 3 qualification to be eligible to attend this course. Proof will need to be supplied of your FREC 3 certificate.
Initial patient assessment
Anatomy and physiology
Electrocardiogram application and monitoring
Managing a patient’s airway – supraglottic
Medical gases – including dosages and
Respiratory disorders and infections
Mechanisms of injury and kinetics
Full body and limb immobilisation
Psychosocial development in children
Emergency care for sick and injured children
Mental health crisis
Assisting the clinician with clinical interventions