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QP Reference ID HSS/Q2302

Name of Training
Provider All India Institute of Local Self-Government
In Days 180
Total Duration of
Training
In Hours 750
Training Proportion Theory (%) 40
Practical 60
(%)

Overall Learning Objectives :


To develop speaking and writing skills in the students.
To identify the best professional skills needed at the workplace.
To understand the emergency codes used in the hospital for emergency situations
To educate students the role and importance ofthe EMT in supporting hospital operations
Prepare students to. Protocols designed by the state or EMS providers
To Develop the clear understanding the protocols for handing the patients
To educate students how to contact medical control and manage the emergency with both the medical control and the medi

Emergen
Days Duration Session Name / Subject/Topic

Respond to emergency calls (Advanced


Week 1 32

Size up the scene at the site

15
Week 2 Follow evidence based protocol while
managing patients

16
Assess patient at the site (Advanced)

Week 3 32 Patient triage based on the defined


clinical criteria of severity of illness

Week 4 32 Manage cardiovascular emergency


(Advanced)

Week 5 32
Manage cerebrovascular emergency
Week 6 31
Manage allergic reaction

15 Manage poisoning or overdose


(Advanced)
Week 7
16
Manage environmental emergency

Week 8 31 Manage behavioural emergency


(Advanced)

Week 9 32 Manage obstetrics/gynaecology


emergencies

Week 10 31

Manage bleeding and shock

Week 11 31

Manage soft tissue injuries and burns

16

Manage musculoskeletal injuries


Week 12

16

Manage injuries to head and spine

Week 13 31

Manage infants, neonates and children

Week 14 31
Manage respiratory emergency

Week 15 31

Manage severe abdominal pain

15
Manage mass casualty incident
Week 16
16 Select the proper provider institute for
transfer
Week 17 31

Transport patient to the provider institute

15 Manage patient handover to the provider


Week 18 Institute

16
Manage diabetes emergency

15 Manage advanced venous access and


Week 19 administration of medications

16 Manage critical care aeromedical and


interfacility Transport

15 Collate and communicate health


information
Week 20
16
Act within the limits of your competence
and authority

15
Work effectively with others
Week 21
16
Manage work to meet requirements

15 Maintain a safe, healthy and secure


environment
Week 22
16 Practice code of conduct while
performing duties

Week 23 31 Follow biomedical waste disposal


protocols

15 Follow infection control policies and


Week 24 procedures

16
Monitor and assure quality
SECTOR : HEALTHCARE
Sub Sector : Allied Healthcare & Paramedics

Occupation : Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Advanced

Job Role : Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Advanced

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Session Learning Objectives Methodology

•Session on the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT to


respond to a call received from the Dispatch and prepare to move to the
emergency site.
PPT/ Student
•Session on the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT to Handbook
decide on action to be taken upon arrival at the emergency scene to
evaluate the situation and ensure the safety of patient(s) and other

•Session on the the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an


EMT to follow standardised procedures and provide an acceptable standard
of care. It also shares permissible and appropriate emergency medical
service procedures that may be rendered by EMT for patients while on a PPT/ Student
call Handbook

•Session on the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT to


assess the condition of the patients in an emergency.

•Session on about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an


EMT for sorting injured or ill people into groups based on their need for or
likely benefit from immediate medical treatment. PPT/ Student
•Session on about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an Handbook
EMT to recognise and treat emergencies related to the cardiovascular
system.
•Session on about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an
EMT to recognise and treat emergencies related to stokes or the
cerebrovascular system. PPT/ Student
Handbook
PPT/ Student
Handbook
•Session with the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT
for recognition and treatment of emergencies related to Allergies.

•Q&A session with the students and Deals about the knowledge,
understanding and skills required of an EMT for recognition and treatment
of emergencies related to the external environment PPT/ Student
•Deals about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT Handbook
for the recognition and treatment of emergencies related to Poisoning or
Overdose.
•Deals about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT
for recognition and treatment of emergencies related to behavioural or
psychological condition PPT/ Student
•Deals about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT Handbook
for care of patients with pre‐hospital conditions involving obstetric/
gynaecological emergencies.

•Q&A session with the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an


EMT to deal with bleeding and shock (hypoperfusion) as identified during
the initial patient assessment after securing the scene and ensuring
personal safety.
PPT/ Student
Handbook
•Q&A session with the students and Deals about the knowledge,
understanding and skills required of an EMT to deal with soft tissue injuries
and burns which are to be treated after the initial assessment, unless life
threatening

•Deals about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT


for dealing with injuries to bones and joints requiring splinting prior to the
movement of the patient unless life‐threatening injuries are present
PPT/ Student
Handbook
•Deals about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT
for performing procedures involved in any type of traumatic incident in
which the mechanism of injury and/or signs and symptoms indicate a
possible spinal injury

•Session about the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an


PPT/ Student
EMT to manage ill or injured infants and children Handbook

•Session about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of


an EMT for dealing with respiratory emergencies

PPT/ Student
•Session about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of Handbook
an EMT for dealing with a patient experiencing severe abdominal pain.

•Session about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT


for managing a mass casualty incident. PPT/ Student
•Session about the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an EMT to Handbook
allocate the patient to the appropriate medical facility
•Session about the the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an EMT
to transport the patient by an appropriate means based on the emergency,
weather conditions, patient’s history and economic status PPT/ Student
Handbook
•Session about the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an EMT to
hand over the patient to the medical staff and brief the hospital staff

•Session about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an


EMT for managing a diabetes emergency.
PPT/ Student
•Session about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an EMT Handbook
for safely and precisely accessing the venous circulation and administering
medications
•Session about the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an EMT to
manage critical care aeromedical and inter‐facility transport
PPT/ Student
•Session about the the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an Handbook
Allied Health Professional to collate and communicate health related
information.

•Session about the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an Allied


Health Professional to recognise the boundaries of the role and
responsibilities and working within the level of competence in accordance
with legislation, protocols and guidelines. PPT/ Student
Handbook
•Session about the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an Allied
Health Professional to work effectively with other people and integrate
one’s work the work of other people

•Session about the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an Allied


Health professional to plan and organise work to meet requirements
PPT/ Student
•Session about the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an Allied Handbook
Health Professional to monitor the working environment, and making sure
it meets health, safety and security requirements
•Session about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an
Allied Health professional to practice code of conduct setup by the
healthcare provider. PPT/ Student
Handbook
•Session about the knowledge, understanding and skills required of an
Allied Health professional to manage biomedical waste
•Session about the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an Allied
Health professional to comply with infection control policies and
procedures PPT/ Student
Handbook
•Session about the knowledge, understanding, skills required of an Allied
Health professional to monitor and assure quality
EMT) Advanced
NOS Reference

HSS/N2331

HSS/N2302

HSS/N2303

HSS/N2327

HSS/N2305

HSS/N2328

HSS/N2307
HSS/N2308

HSS/N2329

HSS/N2310

HSS/N2330

HSS/N2312

HSS/N2313

HSS/N2314

HSS/N2315

HSS/N2316

HSS/N2317

HSS/N2318

HSS/N2319

HSS/N2320

HSS/N2321
HSS/N2322

HSS/N2323

HSS.N2324

HSS/N2325

HSS/N2326

HSS/N9601

HSS/N9603

HSS/N9604

HSS/N9605

HSS/N9606

HSS/N9607

HSS/N9609

HSS/N9610

HSS/9611
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Remarks, if any

By the end of session students will be aware about the EMT to respond to a call received
from the Dispatch and prepare to move to the emergency site.

By the end of session students will be aware about the skills required of an EMT to decide
on action to be taken upon arrival at the emergency scene to evaluate the situation and
ensure the safety of patient

By the end of session students will be aware about the EMT to follow standardised
procedures and provide an acceptable standard of care

By the end of session students will be aware about the knowledge, understanding and
skills required of an EMT to assess the condition of the patients in an emergency.

By the end of session students will be able to understand the EMT for sorting injured or ill
people into groups based on their need for or likely benefit from immediate medical
treatment.
By the end of session students will be aware about the EMT to recognise and treat
emergencies related to the cardiovascular system.

By the end of session students should be able to understand the EMT to recognise and
treat emergencies related to stokes or the cerebrovascular system.
By the end of session students should understand the EMT for recognition and treatment
of emergencies related to Allergies.

EMT for recognition and treatment of emergencies related to the external environment
session

By the end of session students should be able to understand the EMT for the recognition
and treatment of emergencies related to Poisoning or Overdose.

By the end of session students will be aware about the EMT for recognition and
treatment of emergencies related to behavioural or psychological condition

EMT for care of patients with pre‐hospital conditions involving obstetric/ gynaecological
emergencies session

By the end of session students should understand and deal with bleeding and shock
(hypoperfusion) as identified during the initial patient assessment after securing the
scene and ensuring personal safety.

By the end of the session student should understand and deal with soft tissue injuries and
burns which are to be treated after the initial assessment, unless life threatening

By the end of session students will be able to understand and deal with injuries to bones
and joints requiring splinting prior to the movement of the patient unless life‐threatening
injuries are present

By the end of session students will be able to understand about the EMT for performing
procedures involved in any type of traumatic incident in which the mechanism of injury and/or
signs and symptoms indicate a possible spinal injury

By the end of session students will be able to understand about the knowledge,
understanding, skills required of an EMT to manage ill or injured infants and children

By the end of session student will be able to understand and skills required of
an EMT for dealing with respiratory emergencies

By the end of session students will be able to deal with a patient experiencing severe abdominal
pain.

By the end of session students will be able to deal with a mass casualty incident.

By the end of session students will be able to allocate the patient to the appropriate medical
facility
By the end of session students will be able to transport the patient by an appropriate
means based on the emergency, weather conditions, patient’s history and economic
status

By the end of session students will be able to hand over the patient to the medical staff and brief
the hospital staff

By the end of session students will be able to understand the skills required of an EMT for
managing a diabetes emergency.

By the end of session students will be able to access the venous circulation and administering
medications

By the end of session students will be able to manage critical care aeromedical and inter‐
facility transport

By the end of session students will be able to understand the skills required of an Allied Health
Professional to collate and communicate health related information.

By the end of session students will be able to recognise the boundaries of the role and
responsibilities and working within the level of competence in accordance with
legislation, protocols and guidelines.

By the end of session students will be able to work effectively with other people and integrate
one’s work the work of other people

By the end of session students will be able to plan and organise work to meet
requirements

By the end of session students will be able to monitor the working environment, and making sure
it meets health, safety and security requirements

By the end of session students will be able to practice code of conduct setup by the
healthcare provider.

By the end of session students will be able to manage biomedical waste

By the end of session students will be able to comply with infection control policies and
procedures

By the end of session students will be able to monitor and assure quality