This course is designed to develop intermediate medical skills for the candidates who wish to get the knowledge and confidence to help a person in a life-threatening situation.
The First Person on Scene – Intermediate (FPOS-I) is a 3-day (35 hrs.) program focusing on additional interventions and management of serious incidents with the expectation of longer-term management of the casualty at the scene. The course finishes with the FPOS-I award, the most current and recognized medical qualification in the security industry. It is a Level 3 Award in the First Person on Scene Intermediate accredited by AoFA awarding body (Association of First Aiders). This qualification along with CPO Level 3 is required for the SIA license.
Includes: military snack/lunch and drink full accommodation
Skill prerequisites and Requirements
Most importantly, students must have MOTIVATION. The candidate does not have to possess prior medical experience.
350€ (VAT Included)
Next free term
4 November 2019 6 November 2019
- Scene safety
- Minimizing the risk of infection
- Patient assessment
- Basic life support and automated defibrillation (to restart the heart)
- Providing initial emergency patient care
- Circulation and shock
- Trauma related emergencies
- Being part of a medical response.
The course theory and practical together is 35 hours. This is followed by the practical and theoretical exam.
Tactical belt and clothing appropriate for climate and conditions.
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