Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Course
2-day course – £410 Ex. VAT
Emergency Planning College, York, United Kingdom
The PHTLS course (Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support) is one of the leading educational programmes for pre-hospital care. This 2-day course is a comprehensive and intensive experience designed for pre-hospital doctors, nurses, and paramedics. Students are expected to have a good level of medical knowledge prior to the course and are encouraged to read the manual before attending.
Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support is delivered by individuals with invaluable pre-hospital experience both in the UK and in remote and austere environments. Our faculty combines the expertise of paramedics and pre-hospital doctors and nurses.
The PHTLS course includes scene assessment, history and physical examinations to systematically manage life-threatening situations. Modules will involve interactive skill stations, real-life scenarios, lectures and assessments.
Frontier Risks pride themselves on using the latest equipment and cutting-edge practices.
Upon completion you can expect
The course is accredited by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT).
Upon completion of the PHTLS training course you will be awarded with a certification that lasts for four years.
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" We took the decision to load 16 medical personnel of varying degrees of experience and confidence onto the esteemed Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support course which Frontier Risks offer in order to develop their wider professional knowledge and to provide the individual medics the opportunity to springboard their own learning in new directions. The instructors engendered a personal approach towards the students, ensuring that the best was brought out of each and every one of them. The students commented that this allowed their confidence to grow as the tempo increased, which allowed them to perform highly throughout the practical and theory examinations.
Every student left the course with a better knowledge of caring for patients in the pre-hospital environment; with all surpassing their own expectations "
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