This is an IEC instructor course which is available to students who already have an IEC provider qualification, typically following the IEC Advanced course.
This ‘train the trainer’ bolt-on allows IEC Instructors to cascade training within their organisation under a Trauma Resus licence, with continued support and clinical governance from our team.
Once trained, and subject to Trauma Resus’ licencing and clinical governance, new IEC Instructors can begin delivering the IEC course to their own candidates.
The aim of this course is to give IEC providers the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively deliver IEC provider courses and ongoing maintenance of skills training.
The IEC instructor course is delivered as a 2 day initial instructor programme for students who already have an IEC provider qualification. Typically these 2 days follow directly after the 3 day initial IEC provider course.
Upon completion of the course, students are awarded an IEC Instructor certificate (valid for one year).
The IEC instructor course comprises of the following key elements :-
The IEC Intermediate course is the perfect starting point for organisations embarking on a project to deliver pre-hospital care above the level of First Aid at Work.
It is also the perfect solution for Fire & Rescue Services with a high volume of retained stations.
Designed in conjunction with Fire & Rescue specialists, police, military and NHS professionals, it is delivered by instructors who work at the cutting edge of pre and in- hospital care.
The aim of the course is to reduce preventable pre-hospital deaths by training candidates to identify and treat life-threatening emergencies and prepare casualties for rapid evacuation to hospital.
Originally tailored for Fire & Rescue Services, where it has been widely adopted, it is ideal for any emergency services, law enforcement or security personnel and all those working in remote areas. With specific modules for burns, suspension trauma and crush injuries, further modules can be tailored to suit your specific organisational risks. The course fulfils the National Police Firearms Training Curriculum D.13 modules.
The IEC Intermediate Practitioner course is delivered as an intensive three-day advanced first aid and trauma course.
Upon completion of the course, students are awarded an IEC Intermediate Practitioner certificate. These certificates are valid for three years.
The course syllabus includes the following :-