Here’s what Lancs instructors had to say about their course :-
“The Trauma Resus Instructors were keen to hear my previous experiences and helped me to see how I can draw on this experience to help develop the delivery of the course and hopefully make the learning enjoyable for all those undertaking it”
“You could tell that the instructors were experienced; they didn’t complicate the course with technical jargon or reams of power point slides. They backed up the training with real lived tales of emergency incidents, making the practical elements easier to remember. I’ve been a trauma instructor for years and I’ve tried to deliver that way myself. I found them truly impressive”
“The course is good; it’s nothing that we don’t already do. Well, there are a couple of slight changes and bits of new kit. But the trainers and training material makes for ease of understanding. I can’t wait to make a start”
“I think this is a period of great opportunity for LFRS to provide a really high level of trauma and medical care for the communities we are working in. I’ll be happily involved in its future delivery and development, as much as I can be”
Looking forward to working with other clients in the North West
Trauma Resus are the holders of the North-West Framework For the Provision of Clinical Governance and Trauma / First Aid Training to Lancashire Combined Fire Authority, Greater Manchester Combined Authority, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Authority, Cheshire Fire Authority and Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service.
We were selected as the combined highest quality and most economically advantageous bidder.
We are also on the National Framework for Provision of PHEM Training to Blue Light Emergency Services Ref FSNF 01/18, having been selected as the bidder who was scored highest for quality.
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