Emergency Response Team training based in Northolt and operating UK wide

Learn how to respond immediately to incidents or emergencies onsite. At Crisilience Ltd, we offer Emergency Response Team (ERT) training courses. Get in touch with us in Middlesex for more information.

Why you should choose Emergency Response Team (ERT) training

An Emergency Response Team is a group of people who respond to any emergency incident, such as national disasters or accidents on a business site. Nationally, 40% of deaths in the UK are attributed to catastrophic bleeding. If an emergency situation dictates that an ERT can respond, this training could save more lives.

We offer 2-day ERT training based on our CIMAT programme. This is a follow-on course after you have completed your first aid training course. Our training programme is a major product of our CIMAT programme and is aimed at training members of the Emergency Response Teams of organisations, like Security, Fire Marshals, First-aiders and members of the Crisis Management Team. General employees, who are not part of an ERT, can also be trained to act as support or react effectively and confidently in the absence of an ERT during a critical incident.

What is the training for?

The course trains individuals in dealing with catastrophic injuries or an aftermath of an attack. The attack could involve:

  • Active shooter
  • Knife attacks
  • Planted IED (Improvised Explosive Device)
  • PBIED (Person-Borne IED)
  • VBIED (Vehicle-Borne IED)
  • Vehicle as attack weapon and pedestrian road ramming
  • Chemical attacks

How big can a class be?

At Crisilience Ltd, our CIMAT ERT course will cater to a maximum of 3 cohorts over a 2-day intensive programme. Each cohort will accommodate 12 students, allowing for a maximum of 36 students.

It is important that learners have a current first aid qualification as a pre-requisite to undertaking this course. The importance of having a basic first aid qualification is based on the advanced levels of learning involved in our CIMAT ERT course.

We offer a 4-hour first aid refresher for those students who need to update their skills and we can provide first aid courses to those who have no basic first aid training prior to taking this course.

How big can a class be?

At Crisilience Ltd, our CIMAT ERT course will cater to a maximum of 3 cohorts over a 2-day intensive programme. Each cohort will accommodate 12 students, allowing for a maximum of 36 students.

It is important that learners have a current first aid qualification as a pre-requisite to undertaking this course. The importance of having a basic first aid qualification is based on the advanced levels of learning involved in our CIMAT ERT course.

We offer a 4-hour first aid refresher for those students who need to update their skills and we can provide first aid courses to those who have no basic first aid training prior to taking this course.

Overview of ERT training

The training will be delivered over two days, culminating in live scenarios at the end of the training. These scenarios will feature extremely realistic causalities displaying cinematic wounds, such as amputations, bleeding and burns. The students will have to deal with each scenario and learn to effectively and efficiently manage them. Feedback will be given to all students and to clients once the learner has completed our program on our Learner Management System (LMS).

Basic level ERT training (FAW)

At this early level, the course module includes general first aid treatment for major wounds like bleeding, broken bones and burns. These wounds would be present after a terrorist attack or disaster and likely to be sustained by casualties at the periphery of an attack or incident, they can range from moderate to severe, but are not necessarily catastrophic.

Pre-hospital care ERT training

At this level, students are taught effective CPR, Automated External Defibrillator (AED), airway management using Oropharyngeal, Nasopharyngeal and Supraglottic (iGel) airways , bag-valve-mask (BVM) treatment, emergency oxygen treatment and casualty evacuation for emergency environment situations.

Learners will work as a team and be able to undertake any role using all equipment on a casualty in trauma.

Catastrophic injuries ERT training

At this level, students are taught first aid for catastrophic bleeding including the use of manufactured or improvised tourniquets, soak gauze, pressure bandages and Celox haemostatic dressings, granules and granules applicator.

Want to enrol on our Emergency Response Team training?
Call Crisilience Ltd on
07889 151 757
Based in Northolt, we offer our services across Middlesex and the UK.
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