Train as a First Responder On Scene with our FROS course

by Keith -

First Responder On Scene A First Responder On Scene or FROS qualification is a blended FROS course that allows you to train part of your course online then attend a classroom part where you learn more and practice your sills with a qualified instructor.  Courses run in Colchester and at selected centres across the UK or we can attend your workplace to deliver the course.

The FROS course is ideal for those who what to learn more about first aid, above standard course levels to be able to provide more advanced first aid and assist the EMS in and emergency.

The purpose of this FAQ Level 3 Award for First Responders on Scene: Emergency First Responder (RQF) is to provide first responders with the skills, knowledge and understanding to provide the appropriate care to a casualty prior to the arrival of an ambulance.  For example, Fire & Rescue, Police, Military, RLNI, Lifeguards and security staff who provide a rapid response to immediate life-threatening medical emergencies. This is usually in locations where the partner organisations will be able to get to the call more quickly.

This qualification is Category E on the FPHC PHEM Skills Framework:

Nationally certificated non-healthcare professional pre-hospital provider caring for patients as a primary role i.e. may give medication. i.e. More specialist UKSAR trained personnel, some military personnel and some D13 Specialist certificated police officers.  SIA approved for security operatives.

The content of this and all our courses has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines and come with a Certified CPD Statement as well as a ProTrainings Certificate and for online courses an Evidence Based Learning statement.

Want to know more?  Email call 01206 805359 or click here for more information. For first aid equipment, visit our First Aid Online site.

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