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Edexcel / IHCD Ambulance Driver Training Programme I (D1) (BTEC Level 2 in Ambulance Driving)

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Blended learning in Moulsford, Grangemouth, Canvey Island and 4 other venues

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Important information

Typology BTEC
Methodology Blended
Location At 7 venues
Duration 5 Days
Description

The Edexcel / IHCD D1 course is for personnel required to drive ambulance vehicles on non-emergency duties, such as patient transport. Personnel gain the knowledge, confidence and practical skills to drive ambulances in a safe and smooth manner with due regard to patient safety and comfort.
Suitable for: Any professional driving groups, organisations and individuals who wish to develop their driving skills to the highest standards. If you wish to work for an UK NHS Ambulance Trust, Edexcel / IHCD courses are the only recognised ambulance driver qualifications.

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Where and when

Location

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Canvey Island (Essex)
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Charfleet Services Road, SS8 0PA

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On request
Droylsden (Greater Manchester)
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Manchester, M43 7AJ

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On request
Glasgow
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48 Milton Street, Cowcaddens, G4 0HR

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On request
Grangemouth (Falkirk)
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Grangemouth Enterprise Centre, Falkirk Road, FK3 8XS

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On request
Malton (North Yorkshire)
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Showfield Lane, YO17 6JB

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On request
Moulsford (Oxfordshire)
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Alpha Care Training Services, Greenlands Rural Business Centre, OX10 9JT

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On request
Peterborough (Cambridgeshire )
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Cowgate, PE1 1NA

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On request
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· Requirements

This fully accredited Edexcel / IHCD modular course is available on site or at UK registered centres.

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Course programme

Edexcel / IHCD Ambulance Driver Training Programme I (D1)
The IHCD D1 course is for personnel required to drive ambulance vehicles on non-emergency duties, such as patient transport. Personnel gain the knowledge, confidence and practical skills to drive ambulances in a safe and smooth manner with due regard to patient safety and comfort.

Content
IHCD Ambulance Personnel Awards syllabus Section B:1 Driving

  • B1:1 Ambulance driving and the Highway code (including Road Traffic Law)
  • B1:2 Vehicle daily inspection
  • B1:3 Driving plans and the system of vehicle control
  • B1:4 Acceleration
  • B1:5 Braking
  • B1:6 Steering
  • B1:7 Reversing
  • B1:8 Manual gearbox or B1:10 Automatic gearbox

Additional information

Payment options: BACS; Cheque.

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