RTACC is normally a 3-day course, but with additional special modules, specific for the organisation involved, this can extend to 5 days if required.
The course follows short punchy lectures, mixed with demonstrations, skill stations, and highly realistic scenarios.
The complexity is gradually increased from simple bleeding initially through to full major polytrauma or the seriously ill medical patient.
Candidates can enter the IECP programme directly at the RTACC level.
The Course is ideal for Firefighters involved in Co-responding or Forced entry schemes and meets Level E of training, as defined by the Faculty of Pre-hospital Care for providers..
Rescue Trauma and casualty Care (RTACC) extends the skills of the BTACC provider at every level and introduces more detail, more equipment and more extensive assessments.
This will include: Haemostatics, I-gel airways, Traction splints, Triage and other optional skills such as Penthrox, Entonox, Medical emergencies and Medical Rescue.
RTACC is equivalent to PHEM level E, as defined by the Faculty of Pre-hospital Care for providers.
The course is ideal for those who will be instructing at the BTACC level, as it improves confidence and provides additional knowledge to further understanding.
RTACC is our highest level of training that can be delivered by in-house instructors from an organisation.
More modules are available on request
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