Published by Skills for Justice
Emergency Call Handlers are often the first people we speak to when we are unwell or in danger. Acting calmly, providing reassurance, and making fast but efficient decisions whilst under pressure are key parts of their daily working life.
Emergency Call Handlers are vital roles for our society and the safety and wellbeing of its members. Therefore, it is crucial that the same skills, knowledge and understanding across “blue light” employers exists on a national recognised level.
We are currently working with Ambulance, Police and Fire and Rescue Services from across all four home nations to develop new NOS for Emergency Call Handlers. Commissioned by Skills Development Scotland, these new national standards could be vitally used to inform future qualification or apprenticeship development.
Do you work for the Ambulance, Police or Fire and Rescue Services? Then we need your input!
Your input in reviewing and commenting on these new NOS for Emergency Call Handlers is vital to ensure they reflect current practice and that we develop roles that represent what is needed in your sector.
Sharon Wilton, Technical Consultant and Project Lead at Skills for Justice said: “It is very important that we get people’s feedback working across all sectors around the UK to ensure that the NOS we create are robust and meaningful documents that can be used by all services. This is your opportunity to help shape the workforce in your service.”
Please take part in our online survey to evaluate and comment on the NOS that have been developed as part of this review:
Once the survey has closed, we will analyse the results, consider all the feedback, and refine the NOS accordingly.
The survey should take approximately 20 minutes to complete and will close on Wednesday 10th March.
If you have any questions or comments in relation to this consultation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org