The short answer is - no training course is in itself a guarantee of a full time, paid job.
You will be at the mercy of employers who will look at your skills/experience.
Merit is an excellent training provider btw.
The level 3 syllabus is pretty ho-hum. The level 4 is better - both are improvements over Fpos. But without clinical hours they are just bits of paper.
Uni's will certainly recognise them - but as they like to say, they assess everybody on a case by case basis.
In a nutshell it is a long uncomfortable tab over the lovely Welsh countryside carrying out a number of tasks at set stands. I have completed it a couple of times and it is not a pleasurable experience. Did the IDF get a medal?
Welcome to the ever changing world of medicine. Every 5 years some "highly skilled" medical practitioners sit around a big table and decide whats going to save every-bodies life today, and it will also depend on whose guidelines you are following (for UK have a look at...
I can't comment on the AREMT - I have no knowledge or experience of their testing/certification requirements but if you want to know about the NREMT, go to their website NREMT - NREMT News. If we go back to the original question "which course" then I suppose getting accredited by...
I'm on the NREMT-P course with Merit. It is tough, very tough - in the past I did FAAW/FPOS/Brit Mil + Aegis team medic/Ronin CP and I thought I knew trauma until I started paramedic training with Merit.
Taking 2 years out to study at uni wasn't a viable option when you have a family and a...
I require an operator for some work in the Glasgow area - MUST have checkable experience. Duration is minimum 1 week with a possibility of extension. Car licence essential as well as knowledge of photography and you will be in interviewed prior to commencement.
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2 operators required. Working in the north london area, Driving licence required. Job will last approx 5 days.
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