Knowledge– We will ensure that your staff are equipped with the basic theoretical knowledge they need in order to deal with the medical emergencies that they are most likely to face.
The course is based on the UK Health and Safety Executive syllabus for the First Person on Scene qualification. However, the FATE course has been specifically tailored to take participants to a higher practical skill level. Your staff will be better equipped to deal with the type of injuries, illnesses and situations that they might come across in a difficult environment.
Practical skills– knowing what to do is not the same as actually doing it, so our FATE training places emphasis upon not only having theoretical knowledge, but also on practicing those skills. If the worst should happen, your staff will already have experience in carrying out the needed life-saving procedures, thus saving time and increasing the chances of survival.
Qualification– By the end of the course, all students will be required to pass a final examination consisting of two practical demonstrations and one written paper. This course meets the criteria as defined by the UK Health and Safety Executive. Successful candidates will be awarded a First Person on Scene certificate.