Level 3 Award in Rescue Trauma and Casualty Care (RTACC) (RQF)
Who is this qualification for?
The QNUK Level 3 Award in Rescue Trauma and Casualty Care (RTACC) (RQF) is designed to support Emergency Services workers, Close Protection Operatives and Emergency Responders to respond to medical emergencies in the context of their role.
Learners benefit by being prepared to deal with the most serious medical and trauma in a realistic and immersive way that develops skills and confidence.
How long will it take?
To complete this qualification learners should expect to undertake 24 hours of guided learning, typically over four days. The total hours of this qualification is 46.
This qualification is available to those over 17 years. It is recommended that learners have sufficient command of the English language in order to understand the assessment
Learners must have an understanding of basic First Aid and ideally have attended a 1 day First Aid Trauma and Casualty Care (FTACC) or Emergency First Aid at Work within the last 3 years.
Due to the nature of this qualification, candidates should be physically capable of undertaking practical assessments in a range of environments.
Multiple-Choice Question Paper of which requires a 70% score to pass and a practical observation assessment that requires a 100% score to pass.
This qualification demonstrates to employers and education establishments a learner’s ability to develop their skills and knowledge in technical and non-technical skills and casualty care. It would strengthen a university application to study a healthcare related subject such as medicine, paramedic science and nursing.