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Leaving Lockdown

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.

Watch this space for more news…

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Join the Team

Exciting News Here at ORMS

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.

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HEMS transport time

This article raises the old conundrum of time vs distance, to HEMS or not to HEMS, that is the question. It would be interesting to see a study conducted in the U.K. to include other factors such as:

  • The impact in time when transferring to landing sites away from hospital
  • The impact from hospital delays in availability of ambulances for pick up
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    Human Factors in Hazardous Environments

    Human Factors in Hazardous Environments course develops your knowledge and skills in the application of Human Factors (HF) principles in a variety of hazardous environments that you may encounter when providing care or rescue activities. You learn through a mixture of online learning and a 5 day workshop where you will be “thrown in” to environments including:

    • Water Rescue
    • Working at Height
    • Confined and Restricted Spaces
    • Tactical Considerations
    • Fire and Rescue Searches
    We have a few spaces left on the course running 30th July – 3rd August but if you want to take part you’ll need to book by 20th July to allow time for the online activities. Book Here [gallery ids="261,260,259,257,251,252,253,254,255,256,258" type="rectangular" orderby="rand"]]]>