Here at ERS Training we are fully committed to giving you dynamic training that is fit for the purpose on which it is commissioned.
Some emergency aid skills are used infrequently, however they are clearly important when actually required. We want the candidates we train to be ready for the call when it comes and in a position to help effectively. We will always have in the forefront of our mind that it is not about what happens in the classroom, it is about what happens to the patient. Our teaching philosophy has this at its core.
We are based at Fenay Bridge Rd. Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Our training centre gives us a base for our training, however, we also work on a national and international level for military and civilian clients so we are used to moving our training to where the clients needs are best met.
In the last 12 months we have worked and delivered training all over the UK as well as in Libya, Kuwait, Malta and the United Arab Emirates. Often it is cheaper and more learner friendly for us to come to you, give us a try, we pride ourselves on our flexibility.
Teachers. Instructors. Trainers.
We are in the enviable position of being able to draw on a wealth of experience from our own clinical staff, Emergency Response Services Ltd, being part of ERS International Group Ltd employs a range of clinicians to provide their frontline ambulance service which supports the NHS ERS LTD.
We draw on that expertise and clinical experience to deliver our courses. We provide current up to date clinicians to ensure you not only have the academic knowledge for the course requirement, but how that knowledge is applied at the ‘coal face’.
Our faculty are carefully selected based on relevant knowledge, relevant experience and relevant qualifications. Our Director of Education is also the Paramedic programme Director at Birmingham City University and insists on the best people for the job.
In order to be as flexible as possible we will try to accommodate your needs in terms of course delivery.
It may be possible for example to have a 4 day course run for 1 day a week for 4 weeks, or for a 1 day course to be run 2 hours a day for 4 days.
For IHCD BTEC 3 EMT courses we can break the course into 3 seperate modules to facilitate attendance of students who may not be able to get a clear 8 week break to attend.
We know your time is precious and we always try to remember that the course is for you not us. Please contact the ERS Training Ltd Director for further discussion.
Whilst our e-commerce section is being developed please contact Taron Williamson to book a place on all Driving and EMT courses. Taron will give you information about the cost and methods of payment.
Enquiries about the Paramedic programmes running at BCU should be directed to Tony Spence or the admissions department at BCU which is 0121 331 5500