The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have published Table 1 below in order for organisations to be able to choose legitimate and effective training providers.

Paramedics R us.com have completed this table to show you how we meet these criteria.

Table 1. Checklist for evaluating the competence of first-aid training organisations.

Check
Yes
No
Notes
Trainers/assessors
Do the trainers/assessors have a current First Aid at Work (FAW) certificate or qualify for an exemption?    ✔ Yes. All Paramedics R us.com trainers are Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered Paramedics. Each trainer has vast experience and are highly regarded within their field.
Do the trainers/assessors have an appropriate training/assessing qualification?    ✔ Yes. All ParamedicsRus.com trainers hold current valid teaching qualifications.
Quality assurance
Is there a documented quality assurance plan designating an individual to take responsibility for quality assurance, including assessment of the performance of trainers/assessors at least annually?    ✔ Yes. For more information, or to view this plan, please contact us.
Does the designated person have a current FAW certificate or qualify for an exemption?

 

    ✔ Yes. As above.
Does the designated person have an assessing/verifying qualification?    ✔ Yes. For more information, or to view these details, please contact us.
Is there a documented course evaluation procedure?    ✔ Yes. All participants of every course complete an evaluation form, which gives quantitative and qualitative data. Paramedics R us.com are pleased to announce they continue to achieve 100% positive evaluations.
Is there a documented complaints procedure?

 

   ✔ Yes. For more information, or to view this document, please contact us.
Teaching currently accepted first-aid practice
Is FAW/ Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) taught in accordance with current guidelines on adult basic life support published by the Resuscitation Council (UK), and for other aspects of first aid, in accordance with current guidelines published by the Voluntary Aid Societies or other published guidelines that are supported by a responsible body of medical opinion?      ✔ Yes. Whilst working as a Programme Director and Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Science, in the only Higher Education Institution capable of educating people to become paramedics in Wales, the owner of ParamedicsRus knows the value of teaching evidence based, current medical practice. All courses are reviewed regularly and updated to deliver exceptional material.
Training syllabus
Does the course content adequately meet the needs of your workplace as indicated by your first-aid needs assessment? Yes. All courses are specifically designed to the target audience. ParamedicsRus are willing to give a free, no obligation, first aid needs assessment of your workplace. Contact us for more details.
For First Aid at Work (FAW), does the syllabus include the topics listed in Appendix 1 and does the course include at least 18 training and assessment contact hours, over three days?    ✔ Yes. Courses all contain the topics listed by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). They also contain other information specifically designed to meet your needs.
For FAW requalification, does the syllabus include the topics listed in Appendix 1 and does the course last at least twelve training and assessment contact hours, over one day?    ✔ Yes. Courses all contain the topics listed by the HSE. They also contain other information specifically designed to meet your needs.
For Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW), does the syllabus include the topics listed in Appendix 2 and does the course include at least 6 training and assessment contact hours, over one days? Yes. Courses all contain the topics listed by the HSE. They also contain other information specifically designed to meet your needs.
For EFAW requalification, does the syllabus include the topics listed in Appendix 2 and does the course last at least six training and assessment contact hours, over one day?    ✔ Yes. Courses all contain the topics listed by the HSE. They also contain other information specifically designed to meet your needs.
Certificates
Do the certificates issued to students assessed as competent contain the name of the training organisation, the title of the qualification (eg FAW or EFAW), reference to the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981, the date of issue and confirmation the certificate is valid for 3 years?

(if training is neither FAW not EFAW the certificate should also list the learning outcomes of the syllabus on which candidates have been assessed.)

   ✔ Yes. Upon completion of our courses all participants receive specially designed colour  certificates that you will be proud to receive

In short, does ParamedicsRus.com meet your requirements? YES!

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