Ambulance Patient Care: Non-Urgent Care Services
The FAQ Level 3 Certificate in Ambulance Patient Care: Non-Urgent Care Services covers the national patient care support services scope of practice that is required in the role of ambulance patient care support attendants or assistants. Learners will be responsible for the transportation and care of patients with varying needs including looking after the disabled, elderly, sick and vulnerable people to and from outpatient clinics, day care centres and routine hospital admissions and discharges. Learners will be responsible for the care of patients on the journey and while they are transferred to and from the vehicle.
To achieve the Level 3 Certificate in Ambulance Patient Care: Urgent Care Services, learners must complete 9 mandatory units and select a minimum of two units from the optional group, the minimum credits required to achieve the qualification is 15
Progression to higher level ambulance service qualifications such as urgent and emergency care and the associate ambulance practitioner role is supported. The full use of RPL is encouraged using skills, knowledge and subsequent experience of the role mapped directly to scope of practice.
This course costs £550 + vat per person.
Group booking discounts available