Ambulance Driver Training C1
Our Ambulance training service is an ever-complete course that will teach you all you need to be a competent ambulance driver, we normally take learners through this for approximately a three day course
We offer intensive C1 Ambulance training courses to suit individual needs. The training is usually taken over 3 days with your practical test on the 3rd day, however extra days can be booked if necessary.
Ambulance Training (C1) 3 day course £720.00
Please note DVSA test fee is an additional £115.00
NO VAT to add
YOUR CHOICE OF TEST CENTERS ARE:
Plymouth Exeter or Camborne which one would you like
Please let me know the test center you would like when you contact us then we can look at availability & to book your test .many thanks.
WE WILL NEED A PICTURE OF YOUR DRIVING LICENCE
SO WE CAN BOOK YOUR TEST.
WHEN WE HAVE BOOKED YOUR TEST WE WILL SEND YOU CONFIRMATION
We accept payment for our training services via bank transfer.
Please note payment is required before we will confirm appointments and put you in the diary.
Payment details for bank transfer
Bank name: Halifax
Sort code: 11-04-33
Account number: 00228551
The training is undertaken in an ambulance, and is not just for medical students but anyone requiring a 7.5 ton licence.
With a Experienced friendly instructor, and competitive prices with years of experience, we can also provide training for CPC MODULE 4 if it is something you require. This is not necessary for the ambulance / medical service, or if you are carrying your own goods.
Every day the various ambulance services around the UK provide life-saving transportation for those suffering from medical emergencies.
In addition, non-emergency services transport patients to and from medical appointments and healthcare facilities using specially-built ambulances and vans.
You could be part of this very noble calling by earning your licence to work as a professional.
The Specialist Training Services are offered by AS DRIVER TRAINING as one of only two training companies in Devon & Cornwall offering intensive ambulance driver training.
For purposes of clarification, there is a difference between an ambulance driver and a paramedic. You need to know this before you begin searching for work. If an ambulance service is looking to hire a driver who is also a paramedic, you will need to have completed the appropriate paramedic training prior to applying.
If an ambulance service is looking only for what is known as a patient transport service (PTS) driver, no paramedic training is needed.
Unfortunately there are no hard and fast rules that apply to ambulance service hiring practices. Some services hire paramedics exclusively to provide both patient care and transport; others hire separate drivers who do nothing but operate ambulances while paramedics provide care. You will need to carefully read job descriptions to know what a given ambulance service is after. If a job listing is not clear, do not be afraid to ask.
Most ambulances require a minimum Category C1 licence due to the weight and size of the vehicles in question. This licence allows you to drive vehicles between 3.5 and 7.5 ton MAM, without external trailers. Given that the average ambulance exceeds 3.5 ton of actual weight once you load in equipment and patients, the Category C1 is the standard licence for ambulance drivers.