Here at DX2 Training Solutions we pride ourselves on our quality assurance agreements with The Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council, Quality and Qualifications Ireland (formerly FETAC), Emergency Care & Safety Institute, Qualsafe Awards and NAEMT. We are constantly working with our training partners and clients to further our status and develop our courses and services. Find out more about each of our accreditation partners below.
The Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council
The Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) is an independent statutory body with responsibility for standards in education and training in the field of pre-hospital emergency care. PHECC’s primary role is to protect the public.
The Council was established as a body by the minister for Health and Children by statutory instrument in 2000. PHECC’s mission is to protect the public by specifying, reviewing, maintaining and monitoring standards of excellence for the delivery of quality pre-hospital emergency care for people in Ireland
DX2 Training Solutions is a recognised training institution of the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council in accordance with guidelines set down by PHECC’s education and training standards.
See us on the Register here
DX2 Training Solutions has developed a Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Mission Statement and Learner Handbook for learners to familiarise themselves with. This information can be located here
Further Information on the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council can obtained from its website
Quality & Qualifications Ireland
QQI (Quality and Qualifications Ireland) is a state agency established by the Quality Assurance and Qualifications (Education and Training) Act 2012 with a board appointed by the Minister for Education and Skills.
QQI’s functions include those previously carried out by the Further Education and Training Awards Council (FETAC); the Higher Education and Training Awards Council (HETAC); the Irish Universities Quality Board (IUQB) and the National Qualifications Authority of Ireland (NQAI).
In the area of qualifications, QQI are responsible for maintaining the ten-level NFQ (National Framework of Qualifications).
QQI are also an awarding body and set standards for awards we make in the NFQ. QQI validate education and training programmes and make extensive awards in the Further Education and Training sector including in the Education and Training Boards.
DX2 Training Solutions is a provider of programmes leading to QQI awards
Further information about QQI can be found on their website
Emergency Care and Safety Institute
In January 2014 DX2 Training Solutions became a recognised education centre of the Emergency Care and Safety Institute. ECSI is an internationally recognised body supported by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) and the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) two of the most renowned medical organizations in the world.
These organizations provide medical direction to the Emergency Care & Safety Institute, stand behind the content of the training materials and the operation of the organization. DX2 Training solutions is proud to offer courses which lead to certification from ECSI.
Further information about ECSI can be found on their website
Qualsafe Awards is an Ofqual recognised Awarding Organisation, established by experts in the first aid training industry. With over a decade of experience, Qualsafe have a thorough understanding of what training organisations want and need from an Awarding Organisation.
Working closely with training providers and key stakeholders Qualsafe have developed a range of accredited qualifications that are included on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).
DX2 Training Solutions is a Qualsafe Registered centre.
More information about Qualsafe can be found on their website
National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians NAEMT
The mission of NAEMT education is to improve patient care through high quality, cost effective, evidence-based education that strengthens and enhances the knowledge and skills of EMS practitioners.
NAEMT education programs are developed by collaborative teams of clinicians, EMS educators and medical directors. Our teams review current publications relevant to our course content, and incorporate the latest research, newest techniques and innovative teaching approaches to provide our students with the best possible learning experience.
New programs and major revisions of current programs are field tested to ensure their relevancy and appropriateness. All course content is reviewed and updated at least once every four years to keep up with advances in the field and feedback from participants.