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This qualification is an advanced step for those who have completed the Qualsafe Level 3 Award in First Response Emergency Care (RQF). It expands the learner’s expertise in Prehospital care emergencies, thereby broadening their job prospects.Book Your Place
The Qualsafe Level 4 Certificate is designed for individuals aiming to advance their careers within the NHS or private ambulance services as emergency care assistants, intermediate ambulance practitioners, event medical providers, associate practitioners, or healthcare assistants. It’s also suited for those seeking specialised roles in the military, police, and fire services.
Aligning with the PHEM skills framework at descriptor level E, this certification deepens knowledge and skills in handling a variety of Prehospital care emergencies including major incidents, fracture immobilisation, care for sick and injured children, addressing mental health issues, and more.
Learners must be at least 18 years old on the first day of training.
Prerequisite Qualification: Learners are required to hold either:
Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Learners must present a CPD profile showing evidence of at least 118 hours of study and/or contextualized practice. Detailed requirements for this are provided in Appendix 5 of the course documentation.
Recommended Literacy Level: While there are no formal educational prerequisites beyond the above, it is advised for learners to have a minimum of Level 2 literacy or its equivalent to enhance their learning experience.
Successful candidates will be awarded a digital Qualsafe Level 4 Certificate in First Response Emergency Care (RQF) upon result submission, depending on the training centre’s Direct Claims Status and fulfilment of other requirements.