FREC Level 3 Requalification ( Bexhill)


This is a 3 day instructor lead classroom-based course for those who hold a current FREC 3 qualification which is due to expire. Please note course manuals will be available for you to access during the course, however, should you wish to own a copy for reference post course these can be purchased from our certifying bodies website. These books are:

Prehospital Emergency Care Course Book


Ambulance Care Essentials

SKU: FREC3Bx-1-1 Categories: ,

Additional information

2024 Dates

1st – 3rd July


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Roles and Responsibilities of Prehospital Care Providers including

  • casualty, scene assessment and control
  • priorities or treatment
  • Consent and Patient/Treatment documentation
  • preventing cross contamination

Airway management including

  • airway adjuncts
  • use of oxygen including therapy and during resus
  • airway management during suspected spinal injury

Trauma including

  • Adult, junior and baby resuscitation including CPR, AED, airway adjuncts and BVM
  • catastrophic bleeds
  • crash helmet removal
  • immobilisation devices such as pelvic splinting, cervical collars, Kendrik and box splints

Trauma (thoracic):

  • mechanisms of injury
  • open and closed chest injuries and the use of chest seals
  • crush injuries
  • drowning

Medical Conditions/Emergencies including:

  • heart attack and angina
  • anaphylaxis and the use of adrenaline auto-injectors
  • diabetes
  • asthma
  • meningitis and septicaemia


  • Exposure to the elements both heat and cold

Human body:

  • Anatomy and physiology of the circulatory and respiratory systems

And much more……

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.

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

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