Busy times for training team

It has been a week of starts and finishes for the Trust’s students and training team.

The latest group of module 7 students finished their course on Friday in Melbourn and celebrated with a very impressive cake made by student Laura, with every student and trainer replicated in marzipan! The Chief formally closed this course and expressed his appreciation and congratulated them on completing their training. The next course starts on Monday (14th July), also in Melbourn. We wish them well for module 8.

The sixth group of new student paramedics started their classroom training in Cambourne on Monday (above) whilst two of the earlier groups are now completing driver training in Barton Mills.

The third group of emergency care assistants (ECAs) are now well into their technician course in Luton.

Providing opportunities for ECAs and technicians and recruiting 400 student paramedics are two of the Trust’s six priorities and Marcus Bailey, Consultant Paramedic, said: “We are making real progress on training at EEAST and the training team are committed to delivering high quality programmes to ensure staff get the clinical training they deserve. I would like to thank the students for their hard work and importantly all of the educators for their support”.

Published 11th July 2014 

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