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QNUK Level 3 Award FPOSi – First Person on Scene (International) (RQF)

QNUK Level 3 Award FPOSi – First Person on Scene (International) (RQF) table
Start date7 Nov 2022
End date10 Nov 2022
Time5:35 am GMT |12:35 AM EST
Provider Control Risks
LocationBiggleswade, United Kingdom
Type Stress and trauma treatment, Other, First aid
Cost£450 GBP, per person
Booking URLhttps://www.controlrisks.com/our-services/training-and-development-solutions/dedicated-support-and-development-for-security-professionals/qnuk-level-3-award-fposi-first-person-on-scene
Description

The QNUK Level 3 Award FPOSi First Person on Scene (International) (RQF) develops the knowledge, skills and competencies required to be able to deal with a wide range of pre-hospital care emergencies and ensures learners can provide help for a range of medical conditions and trauma related injuries. This course focuses on additional interventions and management of serious incidents with the expectation of longer-term management of the casualty at the scene.

Over four days, this training includes hands on experience with multiple casualty management and medical planning exercises, as well as a systematic approach to the management of trauma. This course includes a mix of taught theory and practical demonstrations including medical scenarios based on potential threats and situations that may be encountered when operating in your chosen profession.

Upon successful completion, candidates will be awarded certification – The QNUK Level 3 Award in First Person on the Scene (International) (RQF). This qualification meets the SIA criteria for First Aid. Certificates are valid for 3 years.

Our training package includes:

  • Scene management and safety
  • Advanced airway management
  • Airway adjuncts – oropharyngeal airways (OPAs) and nasopharyngeal airways (NPAs)
  • Oxygen administration (optional extra)
  • Catastrophic haemorrhage control
  • Tourniquets
  • Specialist trauma dressings such as Israeli and Olaes modular dressings
  • Blast and ballistic injuries
  • Managing trauma related injuries
  • Head, spinal, pelvic, chest injuries
  • Fractures
  • Hypothermia and Hyperthermia

Who should attend?

Designed for individuals working in the security industry or travelling to hostile, adverse, remote or challenging environments. This course is used by those who need to go beyond standard level First Aid, who may have access to more advanced medical equipment and resources. Due to the nature of this qualification, learners should be physically capable of undertaking practical assessments.

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