ECAs pass first stage with flying colours

A group of 11 emergency care assistants (ECAs) have all passed the first stage of their pathway to becoming emergency medical technicians.

The Trust’s second course, which is accredited by the Institute for Human and Community Development, finished on Friday 6th June in Stansted and the ECAs completed practical assessments and written exams.

They now have to complete 450 operational hours as an EMT and produce a portfolio of clinical evidence, as well attend several rideouts at regular intervals.

The next ECA to technician course begins on 30th June.

Published 13th June 2014 

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