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Level 3 Certificate in First Responders on Scene (RQF)

This qualification is designed to provide you with the skills, knowledge and understanding, to provide the appropriate care to a casualty, prior to the arrival of an ambulance. This is a five day classroom based course, with home study and knowledge reviews. This course is delivered at our training centre in Colchester over five consecutive days. There is assessment throughout the course. For more information please call us on 01206 805380

Course Information

Course Duration: 5 Days Classroom Training

Course Location: Colchester, Essex

Course Price: £595 + VAT

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Included

  • Comprehensive Manual
  • Knowledge Reviews
  • Certification

Ideal for

  • First Aid Trainers who want to increase their knowledge and learn more advanced techniques.
  • Individuals who want to learn more about how to deal with an emergency situation.
  • Individuals who would like to gain a qualification that they can use to support their progression onto a range of health related qualifications, including The Level 3 Certificate for Ambulance Service First Responders.

Qualification Information

Level 3 Certificate in First Person on Scene FROS®

Qualification Type: RQF

Qualification Number: 603/1043/1

Total Qualification Time: 190 Hours

Guided Learning Hours: 151

Awarding Organisation: Future Awards and Qualifications.

 

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Prerequisites

  • Level 2 in literacy, numeracy or equivalent.
  • Delegates must be aged 18+.
  • Completion of our online initial assessment form.

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Course Details

To achieve the FAQ Level 3 Certificate for First Responders on Scene learners must achieve a minimum of 10 components.

This is a 19 credit Qualification.

  • Human anatomy and physiology for immediate emergency care
  • Assessment of casualties in immediate emergency care            
  • Basic airway management in emergency care
  • Basic life support and external defibrillator
  • Management of medical conditions
  • Support the emergency care of wounds, bleeding and burns
  • Management of injuries
  • Management of trauma
  • Recognition and management of anaphylaxis
  • Administration of oxygen therapy