The Moscow branch of the Tomsk training center "Arctic Medical Training", which is engaged in the preparation of medical staff for work at remote industrial sites, will open on August 1.
"Opening a center in Moscow is a strategic move. Tomsk is quite far from central Russia, where our main customers are concentrated. Besides, we plan to cover Europe: recently, for example, a young man from France wrote to us that he wanted to take an instructor course, but to go to Tomsk too far, "said Ekaterina Bedenko, head of the Training project at the Center of Corporate Medicine.
Training at the center will be carried out by a joint team of instructors from the Tomsk office of Arctic Medical Training together with instructors from the National Resuscitation Council.
The representative office in the capital of Russia will train medical personnel on several courses: Advanced cardiovascular life support (ACLS), International trauma life support (ITLS), Basic life support (BLS), and the extended resuscitation course (ACLS provider). It is assumed that mainly individuals will study in Moscow, and not corporate groups.
"Our mobile team of instructors from Tomsk will be able to travel when the group is recruited, and we want to attract instructors from the National Council, depending on employment. In total, we plan to use 30 trainers in the Moscow branch, "said Ekaterina Bedenko.
The first group in Moscow will start classes on 2 August. At the end of August, Arctic Medical Training coaches and instructors of the National Resuscitation Council will travel to Megion to train Slavneft-Neftegaz employees.
The Russian National Resuscitation Council was established in 2004 to unite the scientific and practical potential of the Russian regions in the field of resuscitation, to analyze accumulated experience, to create unified training programs for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, standardized methods that meet international requirements.