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Ref: A&A ILS Resus Council (UK)
Venue: St Giles London Hotel
Bedford Avenue
London
WC1B 3GH

Date: Sat, 26th January 2019
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm

A&A Training ILS Resus Council (UK) Accredited

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Who is this course suitable for? The ILS course is suitable for doctors, medical students, nurses, nursing students, midwives, healthcare providers such as physiotherapists, dentist and ambulance technicians. It may also be suitable for fire service technicians, police personnel and prison officers. Learning outcomes: The ILS course teaches the knowledge and skills to: identify the causes and promote the prevention of cardiopulmonary arrest; recognise and treat the deteriorating patient using the ABCDE approach; undertake the skills of quality CPR and defibrillation (manual and/or AED) and simple airway manoeuvres; utilise non-technical skills to facilitate initial leadership and effective team membership.

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ILS Resuscitation Council (UK) Accredited

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A&A Training ILS - Resuscitation Council (UK) Accredited - Adult

This course is ideal for practitioners who work in environments where they may have to manage a cardiac arrest before the arrival of the cardiac arrest team. Please note: Students must be competent in BLS prior to completion of this course.

Aim: To provide adult Immediate Life Support to meet the Level 3 standards of the UK Core Skills Training Framework.

Duration: 1 day course accredited by the Resuscitation Council (UK) and meets standard of Level 3 resuscitation in the UK NHS Core Skills Training Framework.

Ratio: 1 instructor to 6 candidates.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand current legislation and local resuscitation policies
  • Understand individual role and responsibilities in responding to persons in an emergency situations
  • Be able to recognise cardiorespiratory arrest
  • Know how to summon immediate emergency help
  • Know how to recognise and respond to patients with clinical deterioration, escalating care in accordance with local policy
  • Be able to initiate an appropriate emergency response in accordance with Resuscitation Council (UK) guidelines
  • Be able to provide immediate airway management
  • Be able to operate an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) safely and appropriately
  • Understand their individual responsibilities in reporting and recording details of an emergency event accurately
  • Know how to apply the local Do Not Attempt Resuscitation Policy within a clinical context
  • Be able to recognise the seriously ill adult and initiate appropriate interventions to prevent cardiorespiratory arrest
  • Understand and be able to apply the ABCDE approach
  • Know how to manage and co-ordinate roles and responsibilities within the team in responding to emergency situations until the arrival of a resuscitation team
  • Be able to participate as a member of the resuscitation team
  • Be able to provide initial post resuscitation care until the arrival of the resuscitation team
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