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Why choose Pulse Medic ?
Ofqual approved
Pulse Medic is a fully approved Ofqual accredited training organisation registered with Highfield Awarding body, ensuring your organisation meets its first aid obligations.

On successful completion of a course candidates receive a certificate and registration number that is valid for three years.

Flexible delivery
We can offer training in-house or in our state-of-the-art training suite.Our trainers are qualified nurses as well as academics, You’ll benefit from their extensive expertise in both healthcare and teaching skills.

Engaging and enjoyable
Delivering first aid is serious business, however training days can be long, so we focus on creating an enjoyable learning environment with plenty of practical opportunities to put theory into practice.

Tailored training
We can develop bespoke courses to meet your organisations needs i.e. basic life support for children.

Competitive pricing
Giving you exceptional value for money. Special rates for NHS staff.

COURSE DURATION.
This is an accredited 16 Hour Course over three days.

CERTIFICATION : FOR 3 YEARS
You will get an accredited First aid at work Training Certificate valid for there years.

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The IMMEDIATE LIFE SUPPORT COURSE (ILS) course has been developed in order to standardise much of the in-hospital training. Its aim is to train healthcare personnel in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, simple airway management and safe defibrillation (manual and/or AED), enabling them to manage patients in cardiac arrest until arrival of a cardiac arrest team and to participate as members of that team.

The Resuscitation Council (UK)  IMMEDIATE LIFE SUPPORT COURSE  ILS COURSE was launched in 2007. It was developed in response to a demand from healthcare professionals who may have to act as first responders and treat patients in cardiac arrest until the arrival of a cardiac arrest team.

Each year, on average, 11,000 courses are held and 92,000 healthcare professionals are trained.

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.

ILS 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
ILS COURSE CONTENT
Lectures
Causes and prevention of cardio-respiratory arrest
The ALS algorithm
Practical Stations
The ABCDE approach
Initial resuscitation and defibrillation
Airway (with optional LMA)
Optional targeted training
Cardiac Arrest Simulation
PREREQUISITES

PREREQUISITES:
It is advised that manual is sent to candidates before the start of the course.
Candidates are expected to have prepared for the course by reading the manual.
We at Pulse Medic have created a course pack to go with that manual, maps the brake down of chapter and what to expect on the day.
Our Pre-Course Questionnaire can be found here 
Course Regulations here
The Pack contains a MCQ 
The ILS course is appropriate for the following categories of candidates:

Doctors – Hospital, Doctors – Community, Medical students, Nurses – Hospital, Nurses – Community, Nursing students, Midwives, ODPs, Cardiac Technicians, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Radiographers, Resuscitation Training Officers, Dentists, Dental Nurses, Ambulance Technicians / Paramedics, Fire Service Technician, Police Officer, Prison Officers, Air Stewards.  (The ILS course will only rarely be appropriate for people from these professions)

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The IMMEDIATE LIFE SUPPORT COURSE (ILS) course has been developed in order to standardise much of the in-hospital training. Its aim is to train healthcare personnel in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, simple airway management and safe defibrillation (manual and/or AED), enabling them to manage patients in cardiac arrest until arrival of a cardiac arrest team and to participate as members of that team.

The Resuscitation Council (UK)  IMMEDIATE LIFE SUPPORT COURSE  ILS COURSE was launched in 2007. It was developed in response to a demand from healthcare professionals who may have to act as first responders and treat patients in cardiac arrest until the arrival of a cardiac arrest team.

Each year, on average, 11,000 courses are held and 92,000 healthcare professionals are trained.

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.

ILS 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
ILS COURSE CONTENT
Lectures
Causes and prevention of cardio-respiratory arrest
The ALS algorithm
Practical Stations
The ABCDE approach
Initial resuscitation and defibrillation
Airway (with optional LMA)
Optional targeted training
Cardiac Arrest Simulation
PREREQUISITES

PREREQUISITES:
It is advised that manual is sent to candidates before the start of the course.
Candidates are expected to have prepared for the course by reading the manual.
We at Pulse Medic have created a course pack to go with that manual, maps the brake down of chapter and what to expect on the day.
Our Pre-Course Questionnaire can be found here 
Course Regulations here
The Pack contains a MCQ 
The ILS course is appropriate for the following categories of candidates:

Doctors – Hospital, Doctors – Community, Medical students, Nurses – Hospital, Nurses – Community, Nursing students, Midwives, ODPs, Cardiac Technicians, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Radiographers, Resuscitation Training Officers, Dentists, Dental Nurses, Ambulance Technicians / Paramedics, Fire Service Technician, Police Officer, Prison Officers, Air Stewards.  (The ILS course will only rarely be appropriate for people from these professions)

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