The Emergency Care Course (TECC©) is designed to enable Nurses, Clinical Officers and Doctors working in the Emergency Department/Casualty/OPD to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to respond with confidence to emergency situations and to deliver safe, evidence-based quality emergency care in any setting.
Public Emergency Departments (ED)
TECC© encourages candidates to apply the knowledge and skills learnt within the context of the policies of the employing health service and within each individual’s own scope of practice.
TECC© is designed to meet the learning needs of health workforce (Nurses, Clinical Officers and Medical Officers) working together in an emergency care setting (Emergency Department/Casualty/OPD) who may be required to provide emergency care to the critically ill or injured patient. The course is taught specifically to teams of healthcare providers from the same facility.
TECC© consists of the following components:
TECC© 5-day face to face workshop is conducted at the participants’ Facility/County. It consists of short focused discussions with real-time practical demonstrations followed by hands-on-practice sessions under the guidance of experienced emergency care specialists. Participants will change between stations until they complete all the stations.
Ratio = 6 participants per 2 faculty, maximum – 12 participants. This is a 5-full day workshop.
On successful completion, the participants will be awarded a TECC© certificate (valid for two years)
All course participants are included in a WhatsApp group with the faculty after the course for continuous mentorship and to ensure the participants have access to real-time clinical support when they get back to the emergency department.
Emergency Care Algorithms MCQs