Under new heading Parking to all courses add “There is limited parking on site due to 24 hour operational staff use. There is ample on street parking nearby, but delegates are encouraged to cycle, use public transport or car share where possible. Please follow government guidance on transport during COVID-19 control measures.
By car – The address and postcode is CIPHER Medical, 5 Limeoak Way, Stockton on Tees, TS18 2LS.
By foot – We are based just under a mile from Stockton High Street (approx 15 minutes’ walk).
By public transport – Stockton High Street is well served by busses. Stockton Railway Station and Thornaby Railway Station are both approximately 1 mile from the venue.
By bike – We are just off the National Cycle Network Routes 1 and 14.
Where to stay
There are a range of accommodations to suit every budget. These are two hotels within a short journey that we can recommend.
Hampton by Hilton Stockton on Tees, Church Rd, Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1TW (0.5 miles).
Premier Inn Stockton on Tees (Teesside), Teesside International White Water Course, Whitewater Way, Stockton-on-Tees TS17 6QB (1.2 miles)
Nabil Abdul Raheem –
Excellent organization by Andy and Aaron. Very well run and delivered. Pragmatic approach to the scenarios. Felt comfortable throughout the course. Accommodated food preference aptly. Overall a 5 star delivery.
Zeeshan Ghani –
Happy to have come here. Will definitely recommend this to my friends. Andy was a great instructor.
Hoping to attend their further courses.
John Handisides –
Good foundation for Pre-Hospital Care, and suitable for all levels. Would recommend reading the manual early (as it’s deep), but you will get the best practical experience, with really good simulation. Thank you
Excellent course with good facilities. Skills stations good, and scenarios allow consolidating theory to practise. Staff knowledgable and approachable. Would recommend this course for anyone wanting to work in the prehospital environment, or for refreshing skills.
Student 1 –
Each individual lesson was interesting and delivered very well. Lots of new interesting things were taught and I feel that I’ve learned a lot.
Student 2 – Sept 16th –
Head injury lecture was very useful in management techniques and learning symptom progression from the point of impact. Well run with excellent staff and good learning opportunities.
Student 3 – Sept 16th –
The practical scenarios were exceptional, the clinical educators ensured the scenarios were realistic which made them interesting. Providing a buffet was also very much appreciated .
Student 4 – Sept 16th –
Good opportunity to practice airway and clinical skills i.e surgical airway. Good amount of practical simulation balanced with the theory aspect.
Student 5 – Sept 16th –
Scenario practice was really useful to practice the skills learnt throughout the day in a realistic scenario. Really enjoyed the course, was good to refresh my learning on aspects and learn new skills as well as gain new knowledge. Was well taught and the instructors were clear and informative.
Student 6 – Sept 16th –
Enjoyable course with good instructors.
Student 7 – Sept 16th –
Great that the course was not run in a didactic manner – allowed room for individual development. Approachable faculty!
The Joining Instructions time was different to course timetable, more clarity would be useful.
Student 8 – Sept 16th –
Primary survey lesson was good to go through the A-E assessment and show how each one is applied. The course was well explained and I have taken a lot away from it. I will now be more systematic in my approach to trauma patients.
Student 9 – Sept 16th –
All delivered in a systematic and relevant order. Good combination of theory, skills and scenarios. Very knowledgeable instructors.
Student 10 – Sept 16th –
I found that each of the lessons were well structured. I found the breathing assessment to be very beneficial in consolidating my technique and use of tools.
The scenarios were well designed and pushed my bandwidth which required me to focus on delegation and prioritisation of interventions.