PHOENIX EMERGENCY MEDICAL SOLUTIONS
ONSITE FIRST AID TRAINING + CONSULTANCY PROVIDER
FOR IPSWICH & SURROUNDING AREA
07840 585 475
Ipswich IP1 6NS
Initial bookings can be made by telephone, email or through our quick enquiry form on our website but should always be confirmed by letter or preferably email. By booking with Phoenix Emergency Medical Solutions it is automatically assumed that you accept all of our terms and conditions.
All courses are calculated for the client to supply onsite training facilities, this allows us to keep our prices affordable and competitive. Phoenix Emergency Medical Solutions can source venues if required at an extra cost, payable in advance, at the time of booking. We operate on a minimum of two students to a maximum of 12 depending on which course you want to book. Ask us for more details. Courses with only one student will only be considered if within the main Ipswich area.
Training facilities provided by the client must be large enough to allow for conducive learning and for practical training to take place safely and comfortably. A representative from phoenix EMS will need to come and view the room to assess its suitability prior to booking. The client must also conform to the minimum standards expected of any organisation with regards to lighting, ventilation, access, refreshments etc. These will be discussed at the time of enquiry. If the facilities are unsuitable then we can source a local alternative if required, which must be paid in full and in advance; at the time of booking.
All courses are payable in full at the time of confirming your booking. This acts initially and most importantly to secure your date, secondly to confirm your booking. Your date is at risk of being allocated to another client if your invoice remains outstanding. None-payment WILL result in us not attending to teach your course on the day if your date has not already been re-allocated to another client within the outstanding period of your invoice. Please Note: Any outstanding invoice will be subject to an 8% interest rate charge plus the current Bank of England base rate every 30 days on a pro-rata per day basis.
If any students do not attend a course and we have not previously been informed by email at least 7 full days prior to the course, the course place(s) will be non-refundable as laid out in the grid below. For any students arriving late for a course, or are absent from any section of the course, we reserve the right to refuse to accept them onto the course or to re-join the course if we feel they will gain insufficient knowledge or skill in the time remaining. In all such cases, the full course fee remains non-refundable as laid out in the grid below.
Cancellation by the client:
All cancellations by the client become liable to the following charges:
More than 14 days 100%
8-14 days 50%
Less than 7 full days No Refund
Compulsory Requirements for courses:
First Aid or any national courses are ‘pass or fail’, and so with this in mind, all students are required to fully participate in the course and full attendance is required throughout the entirety of the course. Appropriate, dignified and comfortable clothing and shoes are required for the practical assessments (ideally no skirts, dresses’, tight restrictive clothing and preferably flat comfortable shoes)
Please refrain from wearing lipstick as it stains the Manikins. If you are unsure of anything and require more information, please contact us for advice.
Feedback taken from the courses allows us to continue to improve and deliver the highest quality courses, we take feedback very seriously and reserve the right to use feedback on our website.
Health & Safety:
In the case of physical skills courses (i.e. Emergency First Aid at Work, First Aid at Work, Automated External Defibrillation AED, Basic Life Support), because these are assessed practical’s and a pass or fail can be issued, it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure that candidates are free from any condition which would affect their ability or capability and that they have the aptitude to cope with an intensive course of study and physical ability.
We are taking every care to ensure our courses are carried out in the safest conditions to reduce as much risk as possible at this time. Strict guidance has been put into place by the HSE, UK Resuscitation Council and the FAAOF which we will be following to ensure everyones safety. We have introduced a screening survey which ALL students will need to complete and sign at the start of their course. Please note: It is the responsibility of every student, alongside what we are doing at Phoenix EMS, to observe personal discipline with social distancing, wearing of face masks and other PPE, using hand gel as often as possible and when required to during the entirety of their course. All students will have their temperature taken on their arrival at the course, depending on situational details ie; high temperature or any other symptoms Phoenix EMS reserves the right to refuse a student onto the course.
Any disabilities whether physical or learning (example: Dyslexia) must be discussed with a member of Phoenix Emergency Medical Solutions at the time of enquiry to enable us to make the necessary arrangements needed to make sure the students learning environment is suitable and structured appropriately for them to take part, and for us to apply for any ‘reasonable adjustment’ from our awarding organisation, should this be required and may take time for us to arrange. We do welcome candidates with disabilities for training. However; it remains the responsibility of their employers to ensure that they are appropriately supported in their workplace.
All training and advice given by Phoenix Emergency Medical Solutions is done by following guidelines which are provided by the appropriate councils. Information given by Phoenix Emergency Medical Solutions is to the best of our knowledge up to date and evidence based. Phoenix Emergency Medical Solutions cannot accept any responsibility for misinterpretation of the advice given. Phoenix Emergency Medical Solutions always advises parents, guardians or carers to seek medical advice should they be concerned about the health of their child or person in their care.
Phoenix Emergency Medical Solutions reserve the right to update or change these terms and conditions without prior notice.
The information provided, either on this website or any other documentation provided is for general information only and should not be treated as a substitute for medical advice given by a Doctor or any other health professional. Phoenix Emergency Medical Solutions is not responsible or liable for any diagnosis made or actions taken by a student on this information.
If you have any questions or require further information; please contact us.
Have a question or would like to book a course or consultation, call us on 07840585475
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