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Method / place Classroom-based in Gosport (Hampshire)
Brief description The delegates will be given practical training and be required to attend an accident and emergency department during the course as a mandatory part of their training. Suitable for: The course can be tailored to the client's specific requirements and type of equipment they have. Our training course should be attended by anyone who may be required act in an emergency situation during diving operations; ideally delegates will be qualified divers and have some experience in this industry. Although not mandatory a first aid certificate would be helpful.
Additional information Payment options:
Cost per Person: £630 + vat. Cost per group (minimum 4 persons) £3960 + vat All course documentation and resources are included in the course fees. Accommodation can be arranged and will be charged separately from the course fees, please ask for details.
Price £630 + VAT
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Diver Medic (Qualifying) This is a qualifying course for potential diver medics.
Course Content For divers who have a responsibility to provide advanced medical care on site during diving operations. Delegates will be provided with the advanced medical care skills using the scale of medical equipment required by law during diving operations.
The course is of 10 days duration and includes modules on:
Duties and Responsibilities of the Diver Medic
Maintenance of medical records & reporting procedures
Rules Concerning Disclosure of Patient Information
Treatment of marine animal injuries
Treatment for underwater electric shock
Resuscitation Utilising the Resuscitator & Suction apparatus
Use and Application of a Tourniquet
Administer Entonox Analgesic Gas
Administration of pain relieving drugs
Administration of an Intravenous Infusion (IVI) & Urethral Catheter
Use of Burn Relief Packs
Methods of Immobilising Fractures and soft tissue injuries
Treatment of a Casualty Suffering from Extremes of Environmental Temperature
Use of Casualty Handling Methods and Equipment
Basic Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Body
Medical Examination on a Patient
Recognise, Diagnose and Treat Dental Conditions
Emergency treatment of a casualty in simulated situations
Diagnosis and Treatment of a Specific Illness, Disease or Injury
Secondary care procedures
Procedure for insertion of chest drain
Basic Pharmaceutical Preparations
Medical Aspects of Sea Survival
Maintain a Fluid Balance Chart
Use of AED
General Maintenance of Medical Stores
Obtaining External Medical Assistance
Techniques for handling casualty at ECM unit Comprehensive understanding of diving medicine
The delegates will be given practical training and be required to attend an accident and emergency department during the course as a mandatory part of their training.
Is the course assessed? Yes, there is a two hour multi choice paper and three practical assessments during the course. The certificate will last for three years.
Is the course accredited? THIS IS A PILOT COURSE WHICH WILL BE ASSESSED BY THE IMCA.
Where can I attend a course? The course is delivered at our premises in Gosport by doctors and medics with extensive experience in diving medicine off shore and in the Royal Navy.(see below for dates). By arrangement we can provide you with bespoke in-house courses to suit your specific training needs.