The following is the complete list of commercial and voluntary sector courses endorsed by the Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care. As well as the formal Course Endorsement process the Faculty also supports an number activities and resources which can be viewed here.
Please note: Faculty endorsement covers only the courses listed below and not any other activities carried out by the training providers listed. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to notify us of any courses displaying Faculty Endorsement status that are not on this list or the Corporate list.
Applications for endorsement of courses are approved at the discretion of the Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care.
|BASICS||Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (PHEC)||2022|
|BASICS Scotland||Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (PHEC)||2023|
|BBC Academy||First Aid in Remote Locations||2019|
|Cleveland and Durham Police||Tactical Team Medic||2023|
|England Rugby||Pre-Hospital Immediate Care in Sport (PHICIS)||2019|
|Expedition and Wilderness Medicine Ltd||Pre-Hospital Trauma Workshop (PHTW)||2020|
|Iqarus||Advanced Life Support Skills (ALSS)||2019|
|Iqarus||Medicine in Remote Areas (MIRA)||2022|
|Iqarus||Medicine in Remote Areas (MIRA Refresher)||2019|
|Iqarus||Medical Emergency Response Team Training (MERT)||2021|
|Iqarus||Remote Emergency Care Course (RECC)||2021|
|Medipro||Pre-Hospital Trauma Management (PHTM)||2022|
|Prometheus Medical Ltd||Core Skills in Pre-Hospital Care||2019|
|Rugby Football League||Immediate Medical Management on the Field of Play (IMMOFP)||2019|
|Scottish Rugby||Medical Cardiac & Pitch Side Skills (SCRUMCAPS)||2022|
|The Association of Lowland Search and Rescue||Lowland Rescue First Responder||2021|
|The Football Association||Advanced Trauma Medical Management in Football (ATMMiF)||2022|
|The Football Association||Intermediate Trauma Medical Management in Football (ITMMiF)||2022|
|University of Aberdeen||Undergraduate Pre-Hospital Care Course||2023|
|University of Central Lancashire||Emergency Medical Management in Individual/Team Sports||2021|
|WEMSI – International||Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (WEMT)||2021|
|WEMSI – International||Wilderness Physician Course (WPC)||2021|
Please be aware that a certificate from a Faculty endorsed course indicates completion of an educational course and does not infer ability to practice. It may not be used to indicate a Professional qualification of a license to perform a specific procedure. Individual accountability for any action subsequently taken by the holder must be governed according to his or her particular professional rules of codes of practice.
The Faculty developed the PHEM Skills Framework with the purpose of developing a series of levels to allow a greater understanding of the clinical skills/competencies of various pre-hospital care providers arriving at an incident.
These levels have been designed specifically for the purpose of facilitating good inter-agency working on scene and are not related to educational attainment or Skills for Health Levels. It is also hoped that non medical organisations may use the framework as a benchmarking exercise for any of their staff who have casualty care as part of their role.
If you have any concerns about a Faculty endorsed course you have attended please contact the training provider in writing in the first instance. If you do not receive a reply or your concerns have not been addressed then please email:
Dr Andy Smith
Chairman, FPHC Training and Standards Committee
Please enclose copies of the correspondence between yourself and the training provider. All complaints will be dealt with in confidence.
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