Cambridge Postgraduate Medical Centre

Life Support Courses

Advanced Trauma Life Support course (ATLS)  

Course Dates 2022

Course Dates 2023

  • 9-10 January 2023 - Course Full
  • 4-5 May 2023
  • 7-8 September 2023 - Booking Form Coming Soon
  • 11-12 December 2023

The application forms for ATLS courses are available for download at the bottom of this page 

Applications are welcomed from all doctors who are at a grade of FY2 or above.  

Places are not allocated on a first come, first served basis. All applications will be reviewed after the closing date and candidates will be selected. Please note, places are only confirmed after payment has been received.  

 

Advanced Trauma Life Support Course Re-verification (R-ATLS) 

  • 9th February 2023 -  Booking Opening Soon
  • 10th February 2023 - Booking Opening Soon


Advanced Life Support Course (ALS)

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Course Dates 2023:

  • 20/21 April 2023 - Booking Opening Soon
  • 30/31 October 2023 - Booking Opening Soon
  • 20/21 November 2023 - Booking Opening Soon

This is a 2-day face-to-face course.


Advanced Life Support e-learning (E-ALS)

The e-ALS course comprises 1-day e-learning and 1-day face-to-face. If you need to recertify you can attend the e-ALS.



Advanced Paediatric Life Support Course (APLS)

Course Dates 2022:

Course Dates 2023:

  • 30/31 March 2023 - CLICK HERE TO BOOK
  • 15/16 June 2023 - Booking Opening Soon
  • 9/10 November 2023 - Booking Opening Soon
  • 30th November & 1st December 2023 - Booking Opening Soon


European Paediatric Life Support Course (EPALS) 

Course Dates 2022:

Course Dates 2023:

  • 9/10 March 2023 - Booking Opening Soon
  • 29/30 June 2023 - Booking Opening Soon
  • 9/10 October 2023 - Booking Opening Soon

Generic Instructor Course (GIC)

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Course Dates 2023:

The Generic Instructor Course (GIC) is a standardised national course teaching the principles of adult learning and is a joint collaboration between the Resuscitation Council (UK) and the Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG). A revised course including an e-learning component was launched in 2014.

Who is eligible to attend this course?
Only candidates who have been recommended as having instructor potential (IP) from their provider course (e.g. ALS, NLS, APLS, MIMMS) can attend the GIC. The GIC must be undertaken within four years from the date of the provider course.

Learning outcomes- The GIC teaches the knowledge and skills required to:

  • understand the nature of teaching and learning;
  • understand the needs of individual learners;
  • understand the awareness of the four domains of learning;
  • undertake the various types of teaching sessions on the provider courses.

The course is the equivalent to a 3-day course, one day of which consists of a number of eLearning modules which must be completed prior to the two day face-to-face element of the course.

The course programme consists of lectures, workshops, skill stations and teaching simulations.


If the course you are interested in is fully booked you can add your name to the waiting list by clicking here

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