PRIMARY CARE EMERGENCY COURSE

                    P.C.E.C

courses Primary Care Emergency recognized for quality, has as target audience. The rescuer intends to gain necessary information on the first call.

      Our courses Primary Care Emergency recognized for quality, has as target audience. The rescuer intends to gain necessary information on the first call. Teachers, physical education instructors, employees of EPI, ski patrollers and lifeguards are just some of the professionals who benefit from these courses. Companies with emergency response teams in the workplace (Werts) are another ideal candidate for this training. second group that would benefit First Responder training are those considering a career in the rescue or EMS.


      Many services are extremely competitive when recruiting new employees. Most times, brands are not strong enough, the prospective applicant needs skills - and has to build a resume - to stand out from the crowd of applicants. At least 50% of the responses of urban fire calls are for medical, police and deal with many medical emergencies as well. Some police put AEDs in trunks of their police cars!
Having professional rescue training will help the prospective candidate to shine. Taught by paramedics and specialists in adult education, these courses are perfectly suited for the real world of EMS and rescue and disaster. For those interested in a career as a paramedic course this is a great option.


     While many training agencies to train rescuers in 16-40 hours, FRDDisaster know that skills rescue workers take time to build. To facilitate this, we offer the courses P.C.E.C. - Primary Care Emergency 30-hour duration. All courses Primary Care Emergency comes with a color book and workbooks and 1 CD full of valuable information EMS. The latest DVDs and audiovisual presentations will help students maximize their experience.



All first courses include response units covering:



  1. AED, CPR, BVM and oral airway

  2. Supply of oxygen and complications

  3.  Hand-powered suction

  4. The use of cervical collars and spinal boards

  5. Introduction to special populations, such as pediatrics, geriatrics and obstetrics

  6. Practical scenarios and simulation victim Basic

  7. Attendance in disaster area

Texts include one of the following options:

Primary Care Emergency Course - P.C.E.C
Designed for emergency response teams in the workplace or lay rescuers. The most  first aid course.
Duration: 30 hours Cost: US$ 250 Included materials / equipment:

 

 

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