Trauma life support training for first responders or those who are more likely to be first on the scene of an incident. Our bespoke courses are designed to recognise life threatening injuries and administer treatment. They equips learners with a higher level of medical skill meaning they can medically assist a patient until paramedics arrive and continue to assist the paramedic thereafter.

Our Immediate Emergency Care (IEC) programme provides is ideally suited to fire and rescue personnel providing them with a recognised qualification. We can offer a choice of syllabus to suit your station.

For offshore, power plants, the MOD, police and prison officers, community first responders and private companies supplying rescue personnel we can adapt training to suit, offering either the whole IEC programme or elements of to suit.

Immediate Emergency Care (IEC)

This IEC programme is the only Ofqual regulated qualification in the UK that provides delegates with a Level 3 Certificate. It is delivered by Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered operational paramedics.

This course is rated Category D on the FPHC PHEM Skills Framework. 

Course will enable learners to:

  • understand human anatomy and physiology for immediate emergency care
  • assess casualties in immediate emergency care
  • manage basic airways in emergency care (including using airway adjucts)
  • provide basic life support and external defibrillation
  • manage and treat medical conditions
  • support and manage emergency care of wounds, bleeding and burns
  • recognise and manage traumatic injuries
  • recognise and manage life threatening trauma
  • triage mass casualty incidents

On successful completion of this course candidates will receive a Level 3 Certificate in Immediate Emergency Care. This is an Ofqual regulated qualification which is valid for three years.

Training is carried out at your place of work or at our trauma training venue.


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