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Why should I choose this ALS course compared to the others I’ve seen?

The RC (UK) Advanced Life Support (ALS) course is delivered to over 20,000 healthcare professionals every single year. This course is tried, tested and trusted for a number of different reasons. Firstly, RC (UK)’s ALS can only be delivered by a healthcare professional who has been ‘hand-picked’ to undergo RC (UK)’s arduous generic instructor course. This means that the quality of the training you will receive is second-to-none and offers complete reassurance that you will gain the knowledge and skills needed to keep your patients safe.

As well as unrivalled quality, the resus council ALS course is written and updated by industry-leading experts who collectively act as the chief authority on all resuscitation matters within the UK and often provide guidance to organisations such as Public Health England, the Health and Safety Executive, the GDC, GMC, NMC, HCPC and many more. The fact that you are getting information ‘at source’ means that you can trust that it is current, correct and capable of helping you achieve both legal and professional compliance within your own area of practice.

Lastly, as this is deemed the ALS course of choice for so many healthcare professionals, it could mean that if you decide to undertake a lower quality, unrecognised and unregulated course that you might not be as competent as your other RC (UK) ALS certified colleagues. This can create an ‘unstandardised’ level of resuscitation care throughout your workplace and has been strongly evidenced to increase the risk of making costly mistakes that can ruin your clinical reputation, remove you from professional registers and in extreme cases…result in medico-legal litigation and prosecution.

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How do I access the online e-learning?

Upon completion of your booking, you will be emailed an activation link where you can enrol onto the course and begin completing your pre-course e-learning modules. They can be accessed via any laptop or PC that operates Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Bing, Internet Explorer or Yahoo. As well as this, they can be accessed via any smart phone, iPad or tablet as long as you have an internet connection.

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When do I need to complete my e-learning?

You must complete all of your e-learning modules before the face-to-face element of your e-ALS course.

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How long does the e-learning modules take to complete?

The e-learning modules aim to replace 6 guided learning hours from the traditional ALS course and so it should take no more than 6 hours to complete.

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What do I need to bring/wear to this e-ALS training course?

Please bring your ALS manual and a valid form of photo ID with you. All other training materials such as stationary, notebooks, hand-outs and aides are all provided upon your arrival. In terms of attire, please wear comfortable clothing, practical footwear and limit the wearing of excessive jewelry.

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What do I do if I have learning difficulties/language barriers?

If you anticipate that you have any learning difficulties/language barriers that have the potential to disadvantage you from achieving your e-ALS qualification, please inform us at the earliest available opportunity so that we are able to make reasonable adjustments for you. These can include extended time for examinations, a scribe to help you complete paperwork or an increase in guided learning hours (GLH). As well as this, we are able to offer coloured paper, overlays and rulers for dyslexic students in addition to personalised 1-2-1 support packages if required. We are also, with reasonable notice, able to provide examinations and supporting material in different languages for ESL students with language barriers.

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Do you provide lunch?

Yes, we will provide a hot meal during the course (selection form will be sent prior to the course) as well as water, tea, coffee and biscuits. We also have a kitchenette on site that contains a fridge, kettle, microwave and sink that can be used as well as local amenities such as McDonalds, Greggs, Starbucks and Esso that are within walking distance if required.

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What happens if I fail an e-als assessment?

If you are unsuccessful in passing one of your assessments you will, in the first instance, be provided with detailed feedback from your assessor as to why the relevant assessment criteria were not met on this occasion. You will then receive a support plan with actionable steps to be taken that will enable you to prepare for a reassessment at a later date. Resits are offered to our students completely free of charge as per our MTS Passport peace of mind guarantee.

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Do you offer discounts / finance?

Yes, we provide a variety of discounts to NHS staff, military personnel (including veterans), emergency services workers and students. We also offer finance through Payl8r to help spread the cost of your training over a period of time. Please see the funding options tab for further information on our discounts and finance options.

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Do you have a cancellation policy?

If you wish to cancel your place on our e-ALS course within 3 weeks of the start date, then please note that you will be unable to receive a refund due to our unlikely ability to be able to replace you prior to course commencement. If, however, you wish to swap with someone else then we will we be able to change the name on the booking for you.

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