We have updated our Coronavirus Webpage with the latest measures we are taking to provide you with as safe an environment as possible with regards to Coronavirus transmission.
We are still open for delivery of courses if:
You are a Key Worker (remember this isn’t just emergency services, please contact us if you’re unsure)
Your course is required for you to perform your job role
Your course cannot be delivered in a different way or time
Our screening processes now include Lateral Flow Testing – All attendees will require this test from 01/02/2021 (for the rules and regs on this please see our Coronavirus webpage)
We are continuing to adapt some courses for online delivery where appropriate.
We are constantly having to adapt our approach in response to latest evidence and government advice / legistlation. We understand that this can be confusing or frustrating but we hope that you understand why this is necessary. If you have any questions please read our Coronavirus Webpage and contact us if you’re not sure.
We’re preparing for coming out of Lockdown at last. You will notice a number of changes to the way we do things and the services we offer, in an effort to adapt to “the new normal”.
We will be following all safety advice and best practice, and there will be hygiene stations in all buildings, training areas and vehicles.
We will be limiting numbers on site to enable us to meet all social distancing requirements during our training periods and outside of them for those staying with us. This will mean that we cannot provide the same number of programmes on site that we usually do.
Offsite, client premises training will also be available from the same time, again subject to travel permissions and with all risk assessments in place.
In light of the current UK government guidance with regards, COVID-19, social distancing, education establishments, etc. We regret to inform you that all students currently studying with ORMS on our Paramedic Programmes will be placed on Temporary Suspension of Studies until 1st September 2020.
This applies to both of our programmes, across all cohorts and years and will commence at 17:00hrs Friday 20th March 2020.
It has been a difficult decision to stop your studies mid-semester, but this is a unique and rapidly changing outbreak and is unprecedented in terms of the impact it is having on almost every aspect of life in the UK at the moment.
We recognise that this will be a disappointment to our students and that you may have questions with regards to this announcement. You will also understand that ORMS is working incredibly hard to minimise the impact that this will have on everyone. So, we would like to make an appeal to all students and practice educators, please ask any questions through the following link to minimise the impact that this will have on the office through phone calls:
We will, of course, continue to monitor the situation and if matters change then we will make further announcements. We will also be in touch closer to September to inform each student of their new module dates and timetables when we restart.
In the meantime, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your understanding and look forwards to seeing you all again very soon.
Due to the amount of courses we are now delivering and the exciting projects we are currently working on we are inviting you to express an interest if you would like to join our team of clinical tutors.
ORMS clinical tutors are expected to maintain their knowledge and skills by remaining current in their area of practice, therefore, we maintain a bank of tutors to ensure that we have the very best faculty available to meet the needs of our students.
We deliver courses from First Aid level through to Degree level Paramedicine and our current projects will see us delivering Masters level courses in the future.
So, if you have a passion for high-quality clinical care, strive for excellence in teaching and would like to join our team delivering courses in North Wales, the UK and Internationally then please complete the form below with a brief description of your credentials.
The Easter Bunny has hacked our website and has hidden three Easter Eggs among its pages.
The Easter Eggs total over £1000 worth of discounts on our ORMS Trauma Experience 19th – 23rd August 2019.
Each egg can only be used only once so the race is on.
Be the first to find an egg and use it to book onto the week and you will secure the discount for yourself.
Hurry, hurry, hurry, before someone else uses it!
continued to provide a high level of education for our students on Paramedic programmes,
become a NAEMT centre,
become a Difficult Airway Course centre,
continued to provide training to our international students, and
welcomed new staff onboard.
We have enjoyed every minute of 2018 and are really looking forward to 2019.
The office will be closed from 1700hrs, 18th December through to 3rd January 2019 for a well-earned rest. However, spoiler alert, here are just some of our plans for next year:
HSE Offshore Medic courses to include remote medicine,
A new, PG Dip course
Highly immersive experiences:
But for now, we would just like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.]]>