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Paediatric immediate life support (pILS)

This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to recognise the seriously ill child and initiate appropriate interventions to prevent cardiorespiratory arrest; treat the child in respiratory or cardiorespiratory arrest for the short time before the arrival of a resuscitation team; become members of the resuscitation team.


Accrediting Body

Resuscitation Council (UK)
 

Target audience

pILS is recommended for:

  • Registered nurses employed in ED (A&E)

  • Registered nurses employed in CED

  • Registered nurses employed in Dolphin PICU

  • All grades of medical staff employed in A&E

  • All grades of medical staff employed in anaesthetics

  • All grades of medical staff employed in children’s directorate

  • Children’s Directorate bleep holders
     

Duration

The pILS course is run over one day.
 

Assessment

Candidates are subject to continual assessment throughout the session.  The course is mainly delivered as hands-on practical skill stations and workshops and one lecture.  Successful completion of the session results in the candidate being issued with a certificate from the Resuscitation Council (UK).


Cost

This session is free to all staff employed by the Trust.  External candidates will incur a charge of £125.

How to book 

These sessions are not drop-in sessions. You must book your place on My Learning Passport.

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If you are unable to attend please login as above and cancel yourself off the appropriate date. You will be unable to re-book until you have done this.

 

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How long we store your information for 

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Unless you have otherwise stipulated within your submitted registration, your details will be removed from our protected hospital computer network shortly after you have attended your training course. 

Removal of your information from our records 

You are entitled to request that we remove any personal information we have about you stored within our systems at any time. For more information on how to do this please email dhft.specialistcourses@nhs.net.