A&A Training offers clients the flexibility to choose as many of the resuscitation services below to create a complete bespoke package. These include:
Establishing and attending resuscitation committees
This can include acting as chair, vice chair or simply coordinating the group that will meet on a regular basis.
Carrying out site visits to inspect and advise on the location and suitability of resuscitation equipment in clinical areas
We report on the site’s ability to respond to a victim in a peri arrest or cardiac arrest state.
Auditing all resuscitation equipment located throughout a site, either as a sole auditor or to provide assurance
Carrying out regular announced or unannounced resuscitation simulation audits
This will be a full Advanced Life Support or Immediate Life Support type scenario (depending on the environment) and a written report following the audit supplied and also shared at the resuscitation committee.
Advising a site or organisation on resuscitation policies, including best practice, as advised by the Resuscitation Council UK and the A&A Training Resuscitation Faculty
One to one Immediate Life Support (ILS) or Advanced Life Support (ALS) coaching, where we attend a site and spend time working with a staff member to refresh their knowledge and skills
This coaching sits best between doing annual ILS or ALS training.
Coordinating a face to face critical incident analysis after any cardiac arrest on a site, with any staff involved to enable support, guidance and reflection
Carrying out detailed investigations following any resuscitation related incident and provide recommendations based on this investigation
Supporting and advising on any resuscitation issues as required
This can include, for example, representing a site as an Accountable.
Officer with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) or other regulatory bodies
Offering unlimited telephone and e-mail advice around resuscitation issues