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Irish EMT Up-skill to UK AAP

Irish EMT Up-skill to UK AAP

Course Duration:

  • 20 days – 160 hours of contact teaching

  • 750 Clinical placement hours 

  • Total Qualification Time: 910hrs

Price: €3,500

Group Discounts Available - Enquire:

National Emergency Medical Control is delighted to be the first Recognised Institute in Ireland to provide a regulated and certified upskill for PHECC Emergency Medical Technicians to Associate Ambulance Practitioner. This course was designed specifically for NEMC, to provide the necessary skills and knowledge to our students and enable them to operate as a lead clinician on a front line ambulance.

Student must provide NEMC with their EMT Qualification issued by PHECC and a copy of a current PHECC EMT licence to participate on this course.

To complete this course, the 160 hours of contact teaching and a Learner Workbook must be completed, also practical assessments and an invigilated exam must be passed. Upon completion of this course and certification in the L3 Certificate in Emergency Response Ambulance Driving (CERAD), you will be allocated to an ambulance provider within the UK to complete your clinical placement hours. Once allocated to a provider in the UK your Clinical Placement hours and accommodation will be paid.

Within this course students will cover:

  • Health Safety & Welfare

  • Equality, Diversity & Human Right

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Infection Prevention & Control

  • Safeguarding Adults & Children

  • Information Governance and Data Security

  • Moving & Handling people and loads

  • Systems of the body

  • Scope of Personnel & Professional practice in healthcare

  • Fundamentals of Operational working in Pre-Hospital

  • Fundamentals of Patient Assessment & Examination

  • Stepwise Airway Management

  • Resuscitation in the Emergency & Urgent Care environment

  • Management of Disease & Illness

  • Fundamentals of Trauma

  • Administration of Medical Gases & Medication

  • Mental Health Disorders

  • Supporting patients with dementia

  • Paediatric Considerations

  • Assessment & Management of Obstetrics

  • Supporting people with learning disabilities

  • End of Life Care

  • Vehicle Familiarisation

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