‘EMT Training Programme’ to lay foundation for the Internationally accredited Ambulance Services College in Pakistan

By on June 7, 2010

DRIP-NASC has agreed to launch for the very first time in Pakistan a one year ‘EMT Training Programme’ to lay foundation for the Internationally accredited Ambulance Services College.

In the first phase this will be offered to the AJK Government, PHDC Punjab, RESCUE 1122 Karachi and EDHI Ambulance.

The details are as follows:

“EMT Training Programme for Pakistan”

PHASE 1

CFR Provider 2 days

EFR Provider 10 days

Clinical (Hospital) placement in different specialties For 2 weeks

PHASE 2

Training pre learning:
EMT classroom based training 3 weeks
Clinical (Hospital & Community based) placement in relevant specialties for 2 weeks

Completion of 3 month internship

‘National Qualification in Emergency Medical Technology’ examination.
 
The rotation of clinical placements in different specialties would be as per direction of NASC in line with PHECC accreditation.An electronic version of an EFR book with the translation into Urdu approved by  PHECC.

If this comes off we might be able to add the relevant extra sessions such as endemic diseases etc.

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