Online TQUK Level 3 Award for Initial Person on the Scene of an Incident (RQF) - Blended part one Training Videos

Taught by Keith Sleightholm
Video Playtime: 13 hours and 15 minutes
English English
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  • 24/7 on-demand video
  • Access on mobile
  • SCORM Ready! Works with your LMS
  • Follows UK & ERC guidelines
  • Endorsed by Skills for Care
  • 10.0 hrs CPD
  • Instant printable wall certificate
  • Weekly refresher video
  • Expiration reminder
  • Student manual

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TQUK Level 3 Award for Initial Person on the Scene of an Incident (RQF) IPOS - Blended part one At a Glance

  • Cut the time in the classroom down on your TQUK Level 3 Award for Initial Person on the Scene of an Incident (RQF) by completing this video online course
  • Makes the classroom part more fun with more practical training
  • Includes loads of supporting documents and links to support your training and get you prepared for the classroom session
  • Includes all the portfolio and mapping paperwork to complete your course
  • Breaks your course in to more manageable sessions
  • Complete the practical part nationwide with one of our network of instructors

In this section, we look at how the course works and how you compete it. This course is the blended part one, you must complete a practical part two before you can receive the official regulated qualification. This can be completed through ProTrainings and our approved centres. Contact us if you have not booked your part two yet and we can arrange this locally for you.

This section begins with scene safety, asking permission to help. and risk assessment. You will learn your responsibilities as a First Responder before we look at how to do an initial assessment and the Mechanism of Injury (MOI). We look at how the environment can be important in establishing the cause of an accident and hazards that may cause risk. Finally, you will learn about the different kinds of ProTective Personal Equipment (PPE) and how to select and use the correct one.

Initial Patient Care includes consent to help, what we should do while waiting for the E.M.S, the Chain of Survival, and the use of Medications in First Aid.

This section looks at breathing and bag valve mask equipment. You will learn to recognise and treat a casualty who has respiratory injuries and those who are choking.

Heart Attacks can be a common first aid emergency and in this section, you will learn the signs and symptoms associated with heart attack, how to assist somebody you suspect is having a heart attack, and the best position for them to be in while you wait for the Emergency Services, including the use of aspirin and pulse oximetry.

In this section, we learn about heat and cold emergencies, the stages, symptoms, and treatment of Hypothermia and Heat Exhaustion/ Stroke.

In this section, you will learn about oxygen and the use of medical gasses when providing prehospital care.

In this section, we look at different trauma injuries you may come across. The first is pelvic injuries, then spinal injuries and how to use box splints for fractured bones.

In summary, you will find important information on how to complete the final test, print your certificate of completion, and the requirements for attending your practical training.