In addition to the resources above, the FFLM has been tasked to develop and deliver a course to train clinicians in the assessment of individuals post deployment of conducted energy devices.
This is in line with the requirements in the circular by NPCC which advises that where a nurse or paramedic (who does not have an ACP qualification equivalent to the RCEM credentialing scheme) is to assess individuals post CED discharge they must have undergone:
Induction training in General Forensic Medicine via a course following the FFLM syllabus and standards for this induction training
A bespoke CED course approved by the FFLM and supported by the NPCC
We have worked hard to minimise the cost of this course but we do need to cover travel, expenses, and time for facilitators, office staff time to book and administer the course, development time of the course and assessment tools, and expenses for the training kit required.
Course fees are:
1-10 Candidates £1400
With additional places being £140 per candidate.
Train the trainer courses will follow the initial rollout (likely in Spring 2022).
The syllabus is available here.
For corporate enquiries to arrange block bookings please complete this form.
For individual enquiries please complete this form (if we are able to include you in a corporate booking local to you we will, otherwise we will contact you once there are sufficient numbers to run a bespoke course).