ECG Master Classes
ECG interpretation is an essential skill in the assessment of the patient presenting with a potential cardiac disorder or dysfunction.
These half day courses are ideal for those who are either new to ECG interpretation, or for those who wish to refresh or further develop their existing knowledge.
Our ECG Masterclass- BASICS (morning session) is suitable for Ambulance Technicians/ Associate Practitioners, health care students, event medics, advanced first aiders, first responders. This course will cover the basics of cardiac anatomy and electrophysiology, ECG lead placement and interpreting essential single lead cardiac rhythms.
Our ECG Masterclass- ADVANCED (afternoon session) is suitable for Paramedics, Nurses and medical/ health care students. Also suitable for advanced practitioners, GPs or Junior Doctors who wish to develop their skills in identifying acute or concerning ECG abnormalities. This course will cover the importance of correct 12-ECG lead placement, 12- lead interpretation of arrhythmias and identification of acute and potentially life threatening 12-lead abnormalities.
Book both ECG BASICS and ADVANCED courses together and save £10!
College of Paramedics members eligible for 10% off using discount code COP10OFF (valid membership number required at checkout), when booking 1 half day session.
NB. It is expected that those attending the advanced course will already have a good foundation knowledge of cardiac anatomy and physiology, and be proficient in interpreting 3-lead ECG rhythms
The course leader is an experienced Paramedic with experience in Specialist Urgent Care, Higher Education and NHS Ambulance service, so you can rest assured that you will taught by an appropriately experienced teacher.
VENUE– TBC in COVENTRY AREA 1-2 weeks before the course.
WHAT’S INCLUDED– Half day courses include tea/coffee (lunch provided for those attending whole day only). Course certificate and course notes will be emailed after the course
Members: From £35
Non Members: From £39
Start Date: 5th March 2019
Finish Date: 5th March 2019