FPOSi Course Dates

FPOSi courses are delivered over two weekends. In delivering courses like this, our FPOSi course dates do not interfere with our learners normal working week. It also prevents loss of earnings, which could or would happen if they attended a course during a working week.

HOW LONG IS THE COURSE?

The course has a total Guided Learning Hours (GLH) of 30 hours over the four days.

Our next course dates for our FPOSi courses are as follows:

  • To be announced (part 1)
  • To be announced (part 2)

WHY DO A COURSE WITH US?

Our FPOSI instructor is one of the best (if not The Best) instructors in the industry.

Our Instructor is a former Royal Marine and Yorkshire Ambulance Paramedic who has worked as a medic in hostile environments and under extreme pressure.

Because is he full of knowledge, he is also a very engaging guy who ensures that students learn well and retain their knowledge long after the course has been delivered.

OUR AWARDING BODY 

Our Awarding Body for FPOSi courses is Qualifications Network. For full details about our FPOSi course content please visit our FPOSi Page

 

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 Course Content:

1. The learner will: Understand the role and responsibilities of the first person on scene Assessment Guidance The learner must:

1.1 Outline the roles and responsibilities of a first person on scene, including: awareness of safety for self and others, working within own scope of practice. Evidenced by Multi Choice Questions (MCQ)

1.2 Use available First Aid equipment, including: standard First Aid equipment and other equipment related to the work environment. Evidenced by Practical Assessment (PA)

1.3 Outline the principles of effectively communicating with others at an incident, including: colleagues, the casualty(s), local medical assistance. Evidenced by Multi Choice Questions (MCQ)

1.4 Provide an effective handover to a care provider using a recognised system.
Systems may include but not be limited to ATMIST or 9 Liner. Evidenced by Practical Assessment (PA)

1.5 Use correct personal protective equipment while managing an incident, to include PPE required to reduce the risk of cross contamination. Evidenced by Practical Assessment (PA)

1.6 Explain what is meant by ‘consent’ in relation to supporting a casualty, including the definition of consent and the legal and moral importance of gaining consent. Evidenced by Multi Choice Questions (MCQ)

1.7 Outline simple mental health conditions a first person on scene should be aware of, including: anxiety, depression, stress and PTSD. Evidenced by Multi Choice Questions (MCQ)

1.8 Identify the links in the chain of infection. Evidenced by Multi Choice Questions (MCQ)

1.9 Give examples of infections a first person on scene should be aware of in their area of operation, including a range of diseases that individuals may be at risk of when treating casualties in the UK and internationally such as Coronavirus, HIV, Hepatitis B and C, Yellow Fever and Malaria. Evidenced by Multi Choice Questions (MCQ)

1.10 Minimise the risk of cross infection, including the use of appropriate personal protective equipment, good hand hygiene, maintaining appropriate distance. Evidenced by Practical Assessment (PA)

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FPOSi Course dates:

To be announced

3-day FAW Dates

October 26th, 27th and 28th

Kate Fassnidge Community Centre

2 Harefield Road, Uxbridge, UB8 1JT

1-Day EFAW Dates

October 25th

Kate Fassnidge Community Centre

2 Harefield Road, Uxbridge, UB8 1JT

Next FAW Requalification

To be announced

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