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NON-URBAN EMERGENCY CARE - INTERMEDIATE (NUEC-I)

The Non-Urban Emergency Care - Intermediate (NUEC-I), formerly NUEC 2, Training Program, is a practical-based 4-day curriculum intended for those that operate in remote areas for multiple day trips or work in conjunction with a tiered response system such as ski patrol or search & rescue teams. This program is intended to give the participants the knowledge and skills to evaluate medical emergencies and make decisions concerning field treatment and evacuation priorities. The NUEC-I is ideal for assistant guides, trail crew and speed & safety patrols. Core topics include primary emphasis on recognition of life-limb threatening injuries, critical interventions and patient evacuation from the non-urban environment. Secondary emphasis focuses on scene and incident management, critical decision-making and survival type skills and knowledge.  

 LENGTH 4 Days 
   
 COST $490 (tax exempt)
   
 PRE-REQUISITES 1. Minimum 16 years of age
2. Speak & write English fluently
3. Pre-read: 10 - 12 hours 
(student dependent)
4. Physically & mentally fit; self-declaration of fitness is required
   
 CERTIFICATION(S)
 RECEIVED
- Non-Urban Emergency Care - Intermediate (NUEC-I)
- Non-Urban Cardiac Arrest Management (NUCAM)
- CPR Level 'HCP'

 

NUEC-I Bridging Course

Student candidates for the NUEC - Intermediate (NUEC-I) program may already possess certification in other first aid and medical training programs. For those candidates with demonstrated proof of certifications(s), PEAK has developed a specialized training program; the NUEC-I Bridging Course. The NUEC-I Bridging Course has been designed to adapt and upgrade a candidate's previous skills and knowledge base to manage the emergency medical care problems encountered in the non-urban environment.

CERTIFICATION MAINTENANCE - NUEC-I Providers are required to attend, annually, an Annual Skills Update Course or recertify after 3 years.

 LENGTH 2 Days 
   
 COST $280 (tax exempt)
   
 PRE-REQUISITES 1. Minimum 19 years of age
2. Speak & write English fluently
3. Pre-read: 20 hours 
(student dependent)
4. Previous (not to have expired greater than 1 year) &/or current certification in an accredited training program (minimum 40 hour training standard), such as but not limited to: CSP, Wilderness First Aid, etc.
5. Student Candidates must complete a Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR) application to ensure that they meet the program's requirements.
6. Physically & mentally fit; self-declaration of fitness is required
   
 CERTIFICATION(S)
 RECEIVED
- Non-Urban Emergency Care - Intermediate (NUEC-I)
- Non-Urban Cardiac Arrest Management (NUCAM)
- CPR Level 'HCP'