ALSG courses



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Generic Instructor Course

(GIC)

The GIC aims to teach the principles of adult learning. The 3-day course comprises of a flexible 1-day on-line component (VLE) and a 2-day face-to-face course. The course includes key note sessions, demonstrations and practice sessions in all six modalities of teaching and assessment required for life support training; lecture and presentation skills, skills teaching and assessment, teaching simulations, facilitating small groups and simulation assessment.

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Major Incident Medical Management and Support: The Practical Approach in the Hospital

(HMIMMS)

HMIMMS exists to give hospital staff the knowledge to plan and train for major incidents. The HMIMMS 2-day course comprises of lectures, workshops and table top exercises.

Candidates who have taken the course include Consultants, Emergency Planning Officers and Medical Officers.


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Major Incident Medical Management and Support

(MIMMS)

MIMMS exists to teach the nature and management of the major incident and how to deliver the medical support needed. We currently run two versions of the MIMMS course; the standard 3-day face-to-face course and a 2-day face-to-face course which includes a pre-course learning (VLE) element.

Candidates who have taken the course include Paramedics and Officer/Team Leader.

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Managing Medical and Obstetric Emergencies and Trauma

(mMOET)

Candidates attending the internationally recognised mMOET course benefit from team-based teaching as mMOET is built on the multi-disciplinary nature of managing obstetric and medical emergencies and trauma. mMOET highlights the leadership skills required to manage these patients and the Human Factors necessary to respond appropriately.

The course is designed for senior clinicians from multi-disciplinary specialties (obstetricians, anaesthetists, specialist high risk/HDU midwives, physicians, accident and emergency doctors and trauma specialists) managing the care of pregnant women with medical emergencies and/or trauma. mMOET provides a high-level structured approach to managing these patients and includes 24 training scenarios providing exposure to and practice in a wide variety of obstetric medical and trauma emergencies.

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Neonatal, Adult and Paediatric Safe Transfer and Retrieval

(NAPSTaR)

As many clinicians are involved in the transfer of different patient groups, we have merged our existing STaR and PaNSTaR courses into an all-encompassing transfer course entitled NAPSTaR, thus providing a structured approach for neonatal, adult and paediatric transfers. The 2-day course includes lectures, skill stations and simulations.

Candidates who have taken the course are Paediatric Registrars, Transport Nurses, Anaesthetists.

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Paediatric Life Support

(PLS)

PLS exists to teach the practical procedures necessary for the initial effective management of childhood emergencies. The 1-day PLS course is generally run on an in-hospital basis and ALSG has course centres throughout the UK. The course comprises of lectures, skills stations, workshops and resuscitation simulations.

Candidates who have taken the course include Doctors, Nurses, RTOs and all professions allied to medicine (PAMS).

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Pre-hospital Obstetric Emergency Training

(POET)

POET aims to teach the practical procedures necessary to save the mother and fetus in life threatening circumstances before admission to hospital. The POET course comprises of a flexible on-line learning component (VLE) and a 2-day face-to-face course.

Candidates who have taken the course include Paramedics, Community Nurses and GPs.

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Pre-hospital Paediatric Life Support

(PHPLS)


Pre-hospital Paediatric Life Support aims to teach the practical procedures necessary for effective management of childhood emergencies prior to hospital admission.  PHPLS is taught throughout the UK and 2000 candidates are currently practising its principles. The PHPLS course has 12 e-modules followed by a 2-day face-to-face course including lectures, skills stations and resuscitation simulations.

Candidates who have taken the course include include Consultants, Advanced Paramedics and Ambulance Technicians.

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Team Provider HMIMMS

(TP HMIMMS)

Team Provider HMIMMS exists to give hospital staff the knowledge to plan and train for major incidents. The 1 day Team Provider course is aimed at staff members who will be involved in the major incident team within the hospital. The course is designed to take into account the hospital plan in use at the candidates hospital and is therefore mainly hospital based.

The Team Provider HMIMMS course includes lectures, workshops and table top exercises.

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Team Provider MIMMS

(TP MIMMS)

Team Provider MIMMS exists to teach the nature and management of the major incident and how to deliver the medical support needed. The 1-day Team Provider course is aimed at staff who will form part of the major incident team from their hospital. The course is taught through lectures, skills and workshops.

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