FREC Level 3 ( Bexhill )

£430.00 +VAT

If you’ve been wondering how to become a Paramedic with no qualifications, this is your starting point. The FREC Level 3 is the entry-level stage of the First Response Emergency Care (FREC®) pathway. The levels can be achieved stage-by-stage, to suit your working pattern and availability. Successful completion of Level 6 (Diploma in Paramedic Practice) will allow you to apply to HCPC for registration as a Paramedic.

SKU: FREC3Bx Categories: ,


Roles and Responsibilities of Prehospital Care Providers:

  • Casualty assessment
  • Airway management
  • FREC provider role Universal precautions
  • Emergency care equipment
  • Patient/Treatment documentation
  • Consent
  • Incident assessment and control:
  • Dynamic risk assessment
  • Initial management of the scene
  • Casualty assessment:
  • Primary Survey ABC
  • Levels of consciousness
  • Secondary Survey ABCDE approach
  • Catastrophic Bleeding:
  • Direct/Indirect Pressure
  • Trauma dressing
  • Tourniquet use
  • Haemostatic agent/dressing

Airway management:

  • Airway anatomy
  • Airway management methodologies
  • Dynamic Airway assessment
  • Head tilt-chin-lift
  • Jaw thrust
  • Postural drainage
  • Altered Airway anatomy management Oro-pharyngeal airway Naso-pharyngeal airway
  • Manual suction device
  • Choking
  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
  • (CPR):
  • Adult CPR
  • Child CPR
  • Infant CPR
  • CPR adaptions
  • Casualty handover
  • Automated External Defibrillation
  • When resuscitation should not be attempted
  • Medical Gases:
  • Emergency Oxygen
  • Pocket Mask/Bag Valve Mask
  • Non-re-breather mask


  • Universal precautions/Infection control
  • Medical Shock External bleeding
  • Embedded object Internal bleeding
  • Minor injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Burns
  • Poisons
  • Trauma (Muscular-Skeletal):
  • Head injuries
  • Manual in line stabilisation
  • Spinal injuries
  • Helmet removal
  • Cervical collar
  • Pelvic immobilisation
  • Fractures
  • Sprains & Strains
  • Dislocations
  • Crush injuries

Trauma (thoracic):

  • Closed chest injuries
  • Open chest injury
  • Positional asphyxia
  • Medical conditions:
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Adrenaline Auto-injector
  • Asthma
  • Hyperventilation
  • Heart Attack
  • Angina
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Seizures
  • Meningitis


  • Hypothermia
  • Hyperthermia
  • Sun stroke
  • Dehydration
  • Exhaustion
  • Food poisoning

Human body:

  • Hypoxia
  • Respiratory system
  • Circulatory system


Pre-course reading: there is a choice of 2 textbooks Generic Core Material or Ambulance Care Essentials. Both of these are available to buy from our awarding body website.

Classroom based instructor lead training: our FREC level 3 instructors have hands on experience of delivering prehospital patient care through event medical work or working for local ambulance services. The classroom learning is facilitated by the instructor through powerpoint presentation, scenario-based learning, open discussions and formative and summative assessment.

Self-study or CPD: this is a mandatory aspect of the course where learners are asked to either write reflective reports about clinical experience at work or by logging post course self-study hours which have furthered their development.

A total of 153 hours of learning is required, made up of pre-course reading (10 – 30 hours), the contact learning time (40 hours) and ongoing CDP or self-study.

The 40 hours of contact learning are delivered as a 5 day course.

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11th-18th June, 14th-18th Oct


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