Maine Surface Finishing Ltd are pleased to have SCT as our preferred training company for all First Aid needs.We highly recommend SCT to companies seeking a professional approach to First Aid training.
The training delivered by SCTNI is of a high quality and excellent value for money.They are professional both in their training delivery and also in their administration and course set up making them a pleasure to work with and an efficient means to deliver First Aid training to your organisation.I would recommend them to any organisation looking to fulfil their First Aid training requirements.
I've just completed my paediatric first aid with SCTNI.I would highly recommend them. They are very friendly and helpful.
The training program was quite good for the beginners.It provides us a good understand of giving first aid such as burn, stroke awareness, choking, ABCDE approach, and many more.I would like to give my special thanks to residential services team and SCT for providing this opportunity.
Our trainers consist of registered Health Care Professionals (HCPs) such as A&E Nurses and Paramedics who have relevant ongoing experience of dealing with accidents and injuries, along with other trainers with appropriate relevant experience.
Ok; so we've had a number of enquiries about people with existing qualifications and experience being able to gain direct entry to #FREC Level 4.
Qualsafe have confirmed with us that they have removed the Voluntary Ambulance (Emergency Grade) qualification from the list of qualifications they would consider to RPL
This just means that #SJA ETA's and #BRC Ambulance Crews with Enhanced Skills will need to put forward comprehensive evidence of their clinical experience in an emergency pre-hospital setting before they would be considered / approved for Direct Entry into FREC Level 4; and even then this will be in a case by case basis.
We have only been able to agree 1 learner for direct entry into FREC Level 4 and this was an existing Irish EMT working for NAS (National Ambulance Service)