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Updated: 19 December 2017
The UKREMT have taken the FPHC PHEM skills framework and adapted it within its outlines to ensure an easier understanding of our grading framework for the public to ensure they have the right staff on site for events.
It is hoped that the UKREMT framework and the registration scheme will be adopted by multi agency pre-hospital providers including the NHS and the private sector for all those staff that are not registered with the HCPC, MNC, BMC, however those practitioners can still also register should they wish with the UKREMT.
The UKREMT framework is ideal to ensure CPD compliance and registration for all levels of pre-hospital practitioners.
Link to the original PHEM framework is at the bottom of this page under documents.
To be recognised at any level the practitioner must have all the skills at that level.
Practitioners at any level may have additional skills from higher levels but this does not mean that they are operating at that level.
Practitioners may indeed have a qualification for a level but not actually have the full skill base and thus be operating at a lower grade. i.e. CMT1 retired now at Grade C or D but was while serving at grade F
Grade A to C are eligible for Associate Registrant.
A Students; First Aider EFAW (management of an unconscious, bleeding or arrested patient) or FAW Certificated by an
organisation that does not have national accreditation.
B Accredited certificated First Aider - Holds FAW, FPOS(B), D13 standard or similar.
C Advanced First Aider.
i.e. FPOS(I), FREC L3, D13 Standard/Module 3 police officer
Levels D to F will be operating within a framework of governance and CPD and will be required to submit CPD portfolios every two years either via CPDME, Tibbee or via another CPD submission method to remain registered.
All full registrants must agree to and sign the "UKREMT Fittness to Practice Policy 2018" to remain on the register.
Levels G & H will require the registrant to remain on their respective professional register, if applicable.
Grade D to H are eligible for Full Registrant.
D Pre hospital provider caring for patients with a frontline setting or as a secondary role.
i.e. CFR, ECA, UKSAR First Aiders, D13 enhanced, FREC L3 and FPOS(I) with additional skills as per framework.
E A health care professional pre hospital provider caring for patients as a primary role
i.e. FPOS Enhanced, FREC L4, Certain higher trained ECA's or CFR's (Trust dependant), some military personnel and
some D13 Specialist certificated police officers. (FREC L4 must have work book sign off complete).
F Non HCPC health care professionals
i.e. IHCD Ambulance Technician, AAP's, Army CMT1 or similar RAF/Navy (Serving), FREC L5 -
All level F registrants must have evidence of a minimum of 750hrs clinical signoff.
G Nationally registered health care professional working in pre hospital care
i.e Paramedics, (HCPC Registered) or IHCD Ambulance Technicians with advanced NHS certified competences that
match the FPHC PHEM skills framework profile for grade (Adv Ambulance Practitioner - Trust Dependent)
All level G registrants must have evidence of a minimum of 1500hrs clinical signoff.
H Advanced registered health care professionals working as a pre hospital critical care practitioner.
i.e Critical care paramedics, pre-hospital Doctors, BASIC members
FREC Level 5, must have done a minimum of 750 clinical hours, Trainee's will be given the grade below their FREC Level, until the clinical hours have been completed, This also applies to those IHCD Ambulance Aid students.
Full Registrant at grade F to H are also eligile to be invited for Fellowship of the UKREMT
To apply for Fellowship of the UKREMT you must meet the following critieria:
* Be a full registered member at Level 2 of the UKREMT.
* Demonstrate ongoing education and training that benefits the profession of Pre-Hospital care.
* Demonstrate ongoing education of both members and the public on the UKREMT.
* Pass a written skills examination to show that are current at applied grade.
* Pass an OSCE style exam.
* Provide a current upto date DBS.
The above is currently still in fine tuning in relation to the details of any fellowship and the criteria will change and be adapted, as we grow and move forward into 2018. Currently we are inviting fellowship registration only and not taking open applications.
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