First Response Emergency Care FREC 3 Re-qualification
What is FREC 3 Requalification?
FREC 3 Requalification is a 3-day course to refresh your skills and re-validate your original qualification. Some call it also a conversion course, but there is no such thing. You have to hold an in date FREC 3 or equivalent to attend the course. First Response Emergency Care FREC 3 Re-Qual course is delivered here in sunny Cornwall.
Our trainers deliver a hands-on practical course. With the use of realistic environments and live casualties, to give you a full experience. Therefore we have invested in equipment and facilities that you get nowhere else, to help you succeed.
What will I learn?
The Qualsafe Level 3 Certificate in First Response Emergency Care Re-Qual course is a 3-day refresher course and is for those who are in or who are seeking a career in the emergency services, ambulance services, the event medical sector or those who work in high-risk workplaces.
Successful learners will refresh 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 and much much 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
What’s included in the price?
The price includes all equipment, Registration, and Certification, refreshments throughout the course and course manual to keep.
We can also supply bespoke FREC response kits once you have qualified. these can be found in our shop.
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- Roles and responsibilities of a First Responder
- Adult, child and infant CPR & AED usage
- Emergency oxygen
- Traumatic injuries
- Catastrophic bleeding
- Poisoning and intoxicating substances
- External and internal bleeding
- Helmet removal
- Cervical collars and pelvic splints
- Environmental exposure
- Burns and scalds
- Patient report forms
- Incident reporting