First Response Emergency Care FREC 4
What is First Response Emergency Care FREC?
FREC 4. The First Response Emergency Care FREC courses are delivered here in the South West (Cornwall). The suite of qualifications gives a vocational route to becoming a paramedic. Our trainers deliver a hands-on practical course, with the use of realistic environments and live casualties, giving you a fully immersive experience. The professional trainers give you the knowledge and understanding to achieve the qualifications. First Response Emergency Care FREC 4 course is delivered here in the South West in Cornwall. We have invested in equipment and facilities that you get nowhere else, to help you succeed.
What will I learn?
The FREC 4 Certificate in First Response Emergency Care is a 5-day course and is for those seeking a career in the emergency services, ambulance services, the event medical sector or those who work in high-risk workplaces.
Successful learners 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 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
You MUST hold a First Response Emergency Care FREC 3 qualification to be eligible to attend this course. Proof will need to be supplied of your First Response Emergency Care FREC 3 certificate
What’s included in the price?
The price includes all equipment, Registration, and Certification, refreshments throughout the course and course manual to keep.
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- Initial patient assessment
- Physiological observations
- Anatomy and physiology
- Heart disease
- Electro Cardiogram application and monitoring
- Managing a patient’s airway, Supraglottic airways
- Medical gases, dosages and administration
- Thoracic trauma
- Maternity care
- Respiratory disorders and infections
- Mechanisms of injury and kinetics
- Full body and limb immobilisation
- Sexual assault
- Major Incidents
- Psychosocial development in children
- Emergency care for sick and injured children
- Mental health crisis
- Assisting the clinician with clinical interventions