FTACC Basic First Aid Trauma & Casualty Care

DURATION: 3 days (18 hrs) initial first aid at work equivalent


Who Should Attend?

FTACC delivers an occupational level of first aid,
specifically designed for first aiders at work and
medium to high risk workplaces



FTACC is the occupational first aid level course in TAG’s Integrated Emergency Care Programme (IECP) which progresses learners from first aid through to critical care interventions. IECP is a progressive and systematic pathway to enhancing skills, knowledge and empowering people to save lives.

FTACC is a dynamic, engaging effective first aid programme, developed by leading pre-hospital doctors and clinicians that has already been adopted by the emergency services and industry.

It meets the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) first aid at work standards. It adopts an innovative approach which ensures retention of knowledge and skills as well as outline a clear course of action that ensures better patient outcomes.

What are the objectives of FTACC?

The objective of this course is to benefit learners by enabling them to attain skills and knowledge needed to deal with a wide range of situations in order to provide first aid in the workplace. It provides learners with the necessary skills and knowledge to be a first aider in a workplace environment

Who can take part in FTACC?

Learners should be aged 14 years and over.

Due to the language of the theory assessment, it is recommended that learners have sufficient command of the English language in order to understand the assessment and to undertake the multiple-choice question paper and oral questions.

Why should I enrol on this course?

This course is ideal for those who want to be considered for the role of first aider in the workplace. It is also ideal for those wishing to aid career development into such roles as a first aider at work or first responder.

Is FTACC accredited?

The FTACC course is accredited and recognised by Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS England). The FTACC course is clinically underwritten by suitably qualified Critical Care Doctors and Prehospital Care Clinicians provided by The ATACC Group and the wider ATACC Faculty and backed by the expert Medical Advisory Group

We are also able to offer a regulated FTACC qualification that sits on the regulated qualification framework (RQF). This has been developed in collaboration with Qualifications Network UK (QNUK), who are an Awarding Organisation (AO) regulated by Ofqual, Qualifications Wales and CCEA Regulation in Northern Ireland.

What is the trainer to learner ratio?

The maximum trainer to learner ratio for this qualification is 1:12.

How is the FTACC assessed?

To successfully complete the course, each learner is required to pass a summative theory multiple-choice-question paper and a series of skill stations and scenario-based practical assessments.

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We can also deliver this training course, anywhere in the country, or in our training facility. Please contact us to discuss your specific training needs.