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ERRV Crew Further Advanced Medical Aid Training

ERRV Crew Further AMA

2500
PLN + VAT

3075 PLN (including VAT)


Training basic info

Course category OPITO trainings
Code 6135
Duration 2 days
Certificate Validity 2 years
Accreditations single-course-sponsor

Upcoming dates

Date Time Location Vacant Seats
29.11.2021 08:00 Szczecin 9
13.12.2021 08:00 Szczecin 10
24.01.2022 08:00 Szczecin 11
28.02.2022 08:00 Szczecin 12

Course description

Further ERRV's Advanced Medical Aider

 

Course Code:

6135

Course Duration:

2 days

Prerequisites:

Attendance on this programme is open to delegates who are in possession of a valid ERRV Crew Advanced Medical Aid certificate and who have a valid OPITO Initial Training Shipboard Operations certificate or reassessment for the Rescue Care element through OODTP

Certificate Validity:

2 Years

 

Target Audience:

This programme is designed to meet the updating, further practice and assessment requirements for an Advanced Medical Aider. It should be undertaken within 2 years of qualification as an Advanced Medical Aider and at periods not exceeding 2 years thereafter.

Course objective:

The aim and objectives of the Advanced Medical Aider training programme are to equip the delegate with the initial knowledge, understanding and skills required to perform the role of ERRV AMA.

Note: This role is separate from the STCW medical function

Description:

Upon completion of the course, delegates will have obtained basic knowledge plus skills on:

  1. The distinction between the AMA and the STCW medical function
  2. Basic anatomy and physiology appropriate to the role of AMA
  3. The principles and priorities of first aid
  4. The principles of infection and safety precautions in first aid
  5. The interaction of onboard and external sources of medical aid
  6. The ongoing monitoring and recording of the condition of casualties
  7. Preparations for casualty evacuation
  8. Leadership and team working skills appropriate to the role of AMA
  9. The communication skills appropriate to the role and responsibility of the AMA
  10. The use of communications equipment
  11. Donning appropriate PPE
  12. The preparation of medical equipment including inspection, serviceability and reporting
  13. The actions required for the reception of casualties
  14. The actions required for initial examination and triage for casualties
  15. The actions to provide the treatment required for casualties consistent with the anticipated scenarios following an offshore incident
  16. The use of medical equipment (including AED, oxygen, airway management and fluid replacement)
  17. The ongoing monitoring and recording of the condition of casualties
  18. Facilitation and appraisal skills appropriate to the role of AMA

Qualifications obtained:

Advanced Medical Aider training programme are to equip the delegate with the initial knowledge, understanding and skills required to perform the role of ERRV AMA.

Note: This role is separate from the STCW medical function

 

Confirmation of course implementation:

An OPITO approved certificate will be awarded to delegates who successfully complete the training and assessment. 

Please note that certain companies may require specific or additional certification to meet their internal competency requirements. Vulcan Training strongly advises to check the competency/training requirements with your operator prior to booking the course with Vulcan. Vulcan can advise on general certification required in specific geographic regions,  but there may be additional training requirements according to local or company internal guidelines.

Revalidation:

The course is valid for 2 years. Before the expiry of the deadline, to maintain the validity of acquired rights, you must take the OPITO Further ERRV Crew Advanced Medical Aid Training Code 6135

Delegates should bring:

  • Valid health certificate
  • Identification