NTACC

NTACC delivers advanced in hospital
trauma education, specifically
designed by Nurses for Nurses.

NTACC delivers advanced
trauma training, specifically
designed by Nurses for Nurses.

OVERVIEW

NTACC is an advanced level course in TAG’s Integrated Emergency Care Programme (IECP). The IECP is a seamless series of courses which range from basic first aid and trauma care, intermediate and advanced trauma care through to advanced trauma and critical care. IECP is a systematic pathway to enhancing skills, knowledge and empowering people to save lives.

Duration:
● 2 days
● 4-year validity – The candidate needs to undertake internal refresher training and retake the course before expiry to remain qualified. Candidates must also remain registered healthcare professionals with respective regulators to remain NTACC qualified.

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COURSE SUMMARY

NTACC is an advanced in-hospital care provider level focused trauma and critical care course. Candidates will be exposed to real life scenarios environments which are greatly enhanced by live actors and simulation.

NTACC is a new and exciting 2-day course developed to meet the requirements of Level 1 and 2 of the Nursing and Allied Health Professionals Trauma Competencies in the Emergency Department.

NTACC is an advanced in-hospital care provider level focused trauma and critical care course. Candidates will be exposed to real life scenarios environments which are greatly enhanced by live actors and simulation.

NTACC is a new and exciting 2-day course developed to meet the requirements of Level 1 and 2 of the Nursing and Allied Health Professionals Trauma Competencies in the Emergency Department.

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COURSE FAQ

NTACC aims to equip nurses working in emergency departments with the necessary skills to manage an acute adult or paediatric trauma patient.

Due to the language of the assessment, it is recommended that learners have sufficient command of the English language in order to understand the assessment and to undertake the recommended assessment methods.

Due to the nature of this qualification, candidates should be physically capable of undertaking practical assessments in a range of environments. There are no official pre-requisites for this qualification; however, learners should have had at least 3 years experience post registration in a role that deals with trauma. As NTACC is a Level 2 Trauma course, candidates should ideally have completed Level 1 prior to attendance.

The NTACC course is accredited and recognised by the Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS England). The NTACC course is clinically underwritten by suitably qualified Critical Care Doctors and Prehospital Care Clinicians provided by The ATACC Group and the wider ATACC Faculty and backed by the expert Medical Advisory Group.

To successfully complete the course, each candidate is required to pass a summative theory multiple-choice-question paper and a series of skill stations and scenario-based practical assessments.

The course is designed to be delivered through high fidelity simulation and training in a unique and motivational style that is easy to follow and understand. We have been involved in emergency care training for almost 25 years and feel it is important to truly immerse candidates into a scenario. Using live actors helps bring a scenario to life and applies pressure to partly replicate the reality of dealing with critically injured casualties.

Please view our availability for course dates below. If these courses are fully booked, you can sign up to our waiting list if you wish to hear about new course dates and / or any cancellations!

The NTACC course is £495 + VAT. (£594 Total).

Due to unforeseen circumstance the NTACC course is no longer being held at our Headquarters. We will confirm the venue for your course in the joining instructions.

Yes, there is paid parking available on site.

Public transport can be difficult to use for the times you will need it to get to the course. We also recommend that if you need a taxi to and from site that you arrange these in advance.

Tea, and coffee facilities are available. We will advise about where you can access other facilities in your joining instructions.

NTACC HIGHLIGHTS

NTACC COURSE DIRECTOR

Dr Eimhear Quinn of The ATACC Group

Dr Eimhear Quinn

Eimhear is an Emergency Department Consultant at Salford Royal Hospital and flies with the Northwest Air Ambulance.

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