Anaesthesia Trauma & Critical Care - ATACC

ATACC is currently the most advanced trauma course available worldwide.

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Individual price £975.00*

Duration: 3 days

Course Dates

STARTS
ENDS
STATUS
LOCATION
6th March 2020 9:00am
8th March 2020 6:00pm
Fully booked
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue | LN5 9FG.

FULLY BOOKED

20th September 2019 9:00am
22nd September 2019 6:00pm
Fully booked
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue | LN5 9FG.

FULLY BOOKED

15th May 2020 9:00am
17th May 2020 6:00pm
Fully booked
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue | LN5 9FG.

FULLY BOOKED

2nd October 2020 9:00am
4th October 2020 6:00pm
Fully booked
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue | LN5 9FG.

FULLY BOOKED

Course Dates

STARTS: 6th March 2020 9:00am

ENDS: 8th March 2020 6:00pm

STATUS: Fully booked

LOCATION: Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue | LN5 9FG.

FULLY BOOKED

STARTS: 20th September 2019 9:00am

ENDS: 22nd September 2019 6:00pm

STATUS: Fully booked

LOCATION: Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue | LN5 9FG.

FULLY BOOKED

STARTS: 15th May 2020 9:00am

ENDS: 17th May 2020 6:00pm

STATUS: Fully booked

LOCATION: Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue | LN5 9FG.

FULLY BOOKED

STARTS: 2nd October 2020 9:00am

ENDS: 4th October 2020 6:00pm

STATUS: Fully booked

LOCATION: Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue | LN5 9FG.

FULLY BOOKED

ATACC is far more than simply a course, it is a high level education leadership and team building experience.

Established over 20 years ago in the UK and now widely accepted as the most advanced trauma course currently available across the globe. ATACC is fully accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons London.
Over three long days, the course trains candidates in the management of the trauma patient from the roadside to critical care, with half of the course pre-hospital and half in-hospital.
ATACC includes all of the essential elements for pre-hospital care and all the requirements for staff working in a major trauma centre.

The ATACC Course is fully accredited and approved by the Royal College of Surgeons, London.

We continuously improve and update our educational materials. The lectures are delivered in a fresh and engaging ‘TED style’ format, with conference-like seamless presentations.

Skill stations and simulated scenarios are progressively more clinically challenging building knowledge and developing team skills, CRM and coping mechanisms.

Course Information

Course Summary

To successfully complete the ATACC course, candidates will have demonstrated competence in all core trauma skills, but they will have also achieved far more through the challenges they will have faced and the overall experience working and leading a multidisciplinary team.

Approved as an alternative to ATLS by the National Trauma Network the course is fully accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons, London and the qualification is valid for 4 years, in those actively involved in ongoing casualty care.

Parking: Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue Waddington training Facility Sleaford Road, Bracebridge Heath, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN5 9FG.

Parking: 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 course reception on the right through the gates and you will be escorted to the course.

ID badges/armbands will be provided and must be worn at all times on site.

Other information

Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue is a non-smoking site (not just the main the building but the whole site). Smokers must leave the site before lighting cigarettes (Remember these guys are very good at putting out anything that looks like a fire).

Course Requirements

Successful candidates will have reached the necessary standard of performance on the course, which amounts to 30 hours of professional education plus, the pre-learning with the course manual. and they will be awarded ATACC Provider Certificate of achievement.

Candidates from specialist fields, such as Ambulance, Fire & Rescue, Police, SAR who not only pass as providers, but also demonstrate key specialist knowledge and skills in support of the course and their team, may be offered ATACC Specialist Instructor status.

Candidates who achieve over 90% in the MCQ and have consistently performed to the highest standards throughout the course, demonstrating good leadership skills and support of their team colleagues may be selected for Instructor Candidate status.

Both Instructor Candidates and Specialist Instructor Candidates are able to attend future courses for the development to ultimately become ATACC instructors.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 ATACC instructors they will join the large International Faculty that develop, produce and deliver our courses in the UK and around the world.

Course Aim

ATACC aims to provide candidates with a wide range of training and skills necessary to manage major traumatic injuries, from the roadside to critical care, applying the latest evidence and current best practice.

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