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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Home
    a leading provider of training in both Healthcare and Pre Hospital Emergency Care fields We provide a range of PHECC Acredited courses from Basic First Aid courses through to professional level courses such as EMT and Paramedic Upskilling We also offer a suite of QQI Level 5 courses to suit people working in or seeking work in a Care Home setting We work with individuals groups and organisations to ensure that their training needs are met and that they are trained to the highest standards We work with a large number and range of clients such as Ambulance and Fire Services Coastguard Voluntary Organisations Hospitals Adult Education Centres and many more Continuous Professional Development We are now offering courses for currently registered PHECC practitioners to provide you with the most up to date training both knowledge and practical based to obtain Continuous Professional Development and enable you to work in line with Best Practice Guidelines and within the most recent scope of the PHECC CPG s CPD day for Cardiac Refresher Review of cardiac conditions to update students on the relevant cardiac CPG s review of cardiac drugs and information on drugs administered by Paramedics Advanced paramedics Reviewing the cardiac

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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - About
    Irish Heart Foundation IHF and FETAC accredited training site The Irish Ambulance Training Institute was established in 2007 to deliver a national and professional training service Our client base has extended to include a range of care providers including Ambulance Services and a number of other students including Fire Brigade members of Defence Forces Gardai Health Care Professionals individuals and members of Sporting Organisations While we do offer training at any location nationwide provided for by our mobile training unit for on site training at any location and our clients convenience we do also offer courses at our fixed location training sites in Dublin Cork Donegal and at our flagship and headoffice site at Briarhill Galway The Founder Mr James O Neill has over 15 years experience working with the ambulance service After several years within the Training Development Dept of the HSE Western Ambulance Service he moved into the post of CEO with Blackrock Ambulance Service James then made the move to set up the Irish Ambulance Training Institute where he is now Managing Director and lead training manager The Faculty Our faculty consists of PHECC qualifies Advanced Paramedics Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians We are a nationwide training

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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Frequently Asked Questions
    exams you are eligible to apply for a licence to practice in Ireland as an EMT Currently EMTs are qualified to work on non emergency ambulances only as the standard for working on an emergency ambulance is a 2 paramedic crew EMTs are also eligible to apply for work with the numerous private ambulance services in Ireland and also to the HSE for patient transfer jobs Q3 How do I become a Paramedic In order to work in Ireland at the moment in an emergency ambulance you must be qualified at Paramedic level which is the next level up from the EMT level This level of training is only available through the HSE and Dublin Fire Brigade The HSE generally advertise annually online www publicjobs ie For full details please contact the HSE directly Q4 How will the EMT qualification with you benefit me if I want to go for the HSE Paramedic Trainee program The most recent recruitment from the HSE for their Paramedic Trainee program took place in late 2010 Some of the criteria for the initial application was as is listed in the below box However this is currently under review for the next recruitment After sending off your application form with copies of your full C1 and D1 licence applicants had to sit an aptitude test The top 200 scorers for this were then brought forward for an interview The EMT qualification is an excellent stepping stone for all who wish to go forward for the Paramedic Trainee Program as this shows your ability to study your commitment to learning your basic knowledge of the job and service and also your commitment to the job It has been proven that the NQEMT helps applicants get into the HSE Paramedic trainee program Some other criteria needed for

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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Testimonials
    time Ivor Gleeson Emergency Medical Technician Galway Occupational First Aid is a requirement and the Irish Ambulance Training Institute provided exactly what we were looking for a thoroughly professional and enjoyable learning experience The standard of teaching was second to none and a large amount of work had obviously gone into tailoring the examples to situations that our staff could relate to Thank you for providing a great venue excellent tutors and a professional service from start to finish Patrick O Neill Health Safety Manager The Front Door Galway Ballybunion Sea and Cliff Rescue have completed differing professional grade courses with various providers in the past E M F R E F R and E M T to be specific At this point it is safe to say that we have found our training partners and are proud to be associated with the Irish Ambulance Training Institute The team at the I A T I have provided our Rescue Service with the highest standard of training utilising the best delivery methods Their professional couteous and accomodating approach compliments perfectly their professional capability and relaxed method of delivery We would recommend as well as encourage anybody to take some of the courses offered by the institutes highly experienced staff you ll never look back Omar Fitzell Public Relations Officer Ballybunion Sea Cliff Rescue As the mother of two young children I decided to take a first aid course as a precaution for that just in case situation I was delighted when I found out that the Irish Ambulance Training Institute provides a course specifically tailored towards children The course was well delivered and I felt that the tutors really made an effort to relate the training to situations you might experience at home with your own children Thank you for providing me with excellent training and the confidence that I could put it into practice if the need arose Olive Walsh Certified Paediatric First Aid The tutor was very informative and interesting We learned a lot but had fun and a few laughs as we did Joe Manual Handling and Patient Moving I really enjoyed the course today It was very interesting and informative There was a good balance of visual and practical Our tutor was excellent Sharon AHA Heartsaver AED Excellent course I learned more than I did the whole year Tutors were very informative and a great help Eddie Emergency First Response I would like to thank Dave Mick for everything Excellent 3 days very interesting due to the tutors performance was really good They were very helpful and explained each section clearly Linda Occupational First Aid Course is brilliant very intense but produeced perfectly Tutors are very helpful Claire Emergency Medical Technician Course taught excellently from start to finish Gareth and Omar made the learning so much easier by fully explaining everything thoroughly Very professional Michael Emergency Medical Technician The tutor Helen was fantastic very helpful gave alot of helpful information and was easy to talk to All

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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Our Courses
    in Donegal Mayo Courses Instructor Courses IITD Courses QQI Level 5 Modules formerly FETAC Driving Courses Useful Links Contact Us Our Courses We run a wide range of courses to suit every level of experience from Basic First Aid up to Emergency Medical Technician please click on the links below to find course information and upcoming dates Basic First Aid Institute Accredited Sports First Aid Institute Accredited Paediatric First Aid

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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Basic First Aid
    Courses QQI Level 5 Modules formerly FETAC Driving Courses Useful Links Contact Us Basic First Aid Galway 2015 14th November 05th December Course Dates for 2016 23rd January 13th February 12th March 9th April 14th May 11th June 9th July 13th August 10th September 8th October 12th November 3rd December Class time 09 00 17 00 Course Fee 100 Special Offer 80 Who is this course for This course is designed for those with no previous experience of Basic First Aid General Aims The course aims to develop the students knowledge skills and attitudes and enhance their ability to respond to and assist at any medical incident To demonstrate safe treatment of a sick or injured patient as per basic first aid guidelines Method of Delivery The course will utilise both theory and practical learning which will encourage student participation and feedback and ensure strong knowledge of theory and practical skills Duration 1 Day Assessment There will be ongoing assessment of both theory and practical learning throughout the day and full attendance is required to successfully complete the programme and receive certification Certification A certificate of attendance and recognition of training will be awarded by the Irish Ambulance Training Institute

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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Paediatric First Aid
    Courses Instructor Courses IITD Courses QQI Level 5 Modules formerly FETAC Driving Courses Useful Links Contact Us Paediatric First Aid Galway Course Dates 2015 14th November 12th December Who is this course for This course is ideal for anyone who who has either a professional or non professional responsibility for children Registered Childminders Nannies Babysitters Teachers Nursery Montessori Junior Primary Parents General Aims This course is designed for those with no previous experience of First Aid who care for young children It will empower learners with the skills and knowledge to give immediate treatment to a sick or injured child before professional help arrives Method of Delivery The course will utilise both theory and practical learning which will encourage student participation and feedback and ensure strong knowledge of practical skills Duration 1 Day Assessment There will be ongoing assessment of both theory and practical learning throughout the day and full attendance is required to successfully complete the programme and receive certification Certification A certificate of attendance and recognition of training will be awarded by the Irish Ambulance Training Institute This course also meets HSA Health and Safety Authority Guidelines Cost 100 80 General Course Content Overview Below are just some

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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Occupational First Aid (QQI Level 5)
    29th May 24th 25th 26th June 29th 30th 31st July 26th 27th 28th August 23rd 24th 25th September 28th 29th 30th October 25th 26th 27th November 16th 17th 18th December Class time 09 00 17 00 Daily Course Fee 195 Special Offer 180 Who is this course for This course is designed to provide the learner with the understanding knowledge and practical skills required to provide and coordinate first aid in the workplace in compliance with the requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2007 and its accompanying Regulations and Guidelines General Aims This course is designed to enable the learner to Understand the responsibilities of the occupational first aider Provide treatment for the purpose of preserving life or minimising the consequences of injury until discharge or the arrival of medical assistance Provide treatment in the workplace for an injury which does not require the attention of a medical practioner or nurse Be capable of coordinating first aid arrangements in the workplace Be familiar with Health and Safety legislation on First Aid provision in the workplace Method of Delivery The course will utilise both theory and practical learning which will encourage student participation and feedback and ensure strong knowledge of practical skills Duration 3 Days 09 00 to 17 00 Assessment The course assessment will be split between two practical skills demonstrations and a theory exam The examinations are designed for students to demonstrate their ability to safely treat a sick or injured patient as per HSA Occupational First Aid Guidelines The skills demonstrations will assess the learners basic life saving skills and 2 additional skills areas covered in the course The theory examination will assess the learners ability to recall and apply theory and understanding of the topics covered on the course Certification Learners who successfully

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