Police & Security (original)

Security and Law Enforcement Emergency Care

Designed for today’s police officers and law enforcement, the Security and Law Enforcement Emergency Care (SLEEC) course delivers the required skills and knowledge to carry out effective treatment of trauma and medical emergencies, in the often hostile policing environment.

It includes all components required for the National Police Firearms Training Curriculum D13 first aid modules, ensuring this course suitable for firearms officers.

Aim of this course

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.

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.

Course delivery

The SLEEC course is delivered as an intensive three-day advanced first aid and trauma course.

Upon completion of the course, students are awarded an SLEEC certificate. These certificates are valid for three years.

Summary of syllabus

The course syllabus includes the following :-

  • Kinematics – How to perform a ‘SCENE’ approach and predict injuries based on the forces and motion involved.
  • Catastrophic bleeding control – Learn to manage catastrophic external bleeding with the use of advanced pressure dressings, tourniquets, wound packing techniques and haemostatic dressings.
  • Airway management – Develop skills in identifying and managing airway obstructions, including the use of suction devices and adjuncts such as oral, nasal and supraglottic airways
  • Breathing – Study serious chest injuries and their management, including the titration of Oxygen therapy and the use of chest seals.
  • Circulation – Examine how the circulatory system works and how to identify and treat shock
  • Disability – Identify and treat head injuries and learn how to prevent secondary brain injuries
  • Extremity Trauma – Identify and treat fractures and soft tissue injury using a wide range of splints and slings
  • Burns – Understand the different types, severity, and treatment of burns
  • Packaging and evacuation – Learn the different ways of packaging casualties for rapid evacuation and choose appropriate extrication and transport equipment for time-critical patients
  • Special Circumstances – Discuss adaptations for treatment for victims of drowning, crush injury and suspension trauma
  • Blast and Ballistic injury – Primary to Quinary, and including BABT
  • Paediatrics – Understand the differences between adults and children and adaptations required when assessing and treating the ill or injured child.
  • CPR and AEDs – Learn the Resuscitation Council 2015 guidelines and the safest and most effective way to use AEDs
  • Analgesia – Understand how to assess a casualty’s pain and then support the administration of both Entonox and Methoxyflurane

“Train the Trainer” approach

This is a SLEEC instructor course that is available to students who already have an SLEEC provider qualification.

This ‘train the trainer’ bolt-on allows SLEEC 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 SLEEC Instructors can begin delivering the SLEEC course to their own candidates.

Aim of this course

The aim of this course is to give SLEEC providers the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively deliver SLEEC provider courses and ongoing maintenance of skills training.

Course delivery

The SLEEC instructor course is delivered as a 2 day initial instructor programme for students who already have an SLEEC provider qualification. Typically these 2 days follow directly after the 3 day initial SLEEC provider course.

Upon completion of the course, students are awarded an SLEEC Instructor certificate (valid for one year).

Summary of syllabus

The SLEEC instructor course comprises of the following key elements :-

  • Principles of adult education
  • Basic instructional techniques
    • Power point presentations
    • Skill stations
    • Scenarios
    • Learning conversations / feedback
  • Training equipment
  • Assessment principles and process
  • Course mechanics – how to deliver the SLEEC course
  • Learning management system
  • Course paperwork
  • Consolidation of knowledge and understanding

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