ALS, EPALS, NLS  courses:

There are strict criteria for becoming an RC (UK) approved Course Centre.  A Course Centre is regarded as the administrative centre from which the course is organised rather than the geographical location of the course being delivered or the person organising it. 
  
Applications are encouraged from NHS hospitals and allied organisations. Prospective centres should first read the relevant course regulations:


A Course Centre application form must be submitted to the relevant subcommittee for the approval process to commence.

A Course Assessor/Regional Representative must assess the first course delivered by a new centre. Course Centres must be reassessed every four years (or sooner, if necessary).


ARNI courses:
The centre must already be an NLS approved Course Centre. A similar process to the one described above is then followed.


GIC courses:

There are strict criteria for becoming an RC (UK) approved GIC course centre.

 

Applications are encouraged from NHS hospitals and allied organisations. Prospective centres should first read the GIC course regulations.

 

A GIC Course Centre application form must be submitted via the RC (UK) Ticketing System - new support ticket. The application will then be reviewed by the GIC Working Group.

 

A Course Centre is regarded as the administrative centre from which the course is organised rather than the geographical location of where it is delivered or the person organising it.

  

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