Anyone who successfully completes the course will have demonstrated competence in all core trauma skills, but will have also achieved far more. They will have effectively worked in and led a multidisciplinary team in the management of both pre-hospital and in hospital scenarios.
The course is approved as an alternative to ATLS by the National Trauma Network and fully accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons, London. The qualification is valid for 4 years, in those actively involved in ongoing casualty care.
Successful candidates are acknowledged to have reached the necessary standard of performance on the course, which lasts is equivalent to 30 hours of professional education. Each candidate will then be designated an ATACC Provider. For candidates that have impressed the Faculty with their improvement or consistent performance throughout the course we award them ATACC Provider with MERIT.
Candidates from specialist fields, such as Fire & Rescue, Police, SAR who pass the course, but also demonstrate key specialist skills in support of the rest of the team throughout the course, may be offered ATACC Specialist Instructor status.
Candidates who achieve over 90% in the MCQ and have performed to the highest standard throughout the course, demonstrating good leadership skills and support of their team colleagues may be selected for Instructor Candidate status. If they chose to attend the course as such a candidate, after a suitable development period, they will be deemed a Full ATACC Instructor.
As a Full instructor they will join the large International Faculty that develop, produce and deliver our courses in the UK and around the world.
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue
Waddington Training Facility
Sleaford Road, Bracebridge Heath, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 9FG
There is parking all around please do not park in disabled or reserved spaces.
On arrival please enter through the front entrance to the main reception and you will be escorted to the course venue.
ID badges/armbands will be provided and must be worn at all times on site
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue is a non-smoking site (not just the main building but the whole site). Smokers must leave the site before lighting cigarettes (remember these guys are very good a putting out anything that looks like a fire!)
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