Professional Emergency Care


Professional Emergency Care

has been training since 1995 and our passion is to offer practical relevant training following the latest international protocols. We are convinced that learning is best done in a fun relaxed environment. more below.

Emergency Care is a very practical subject and can only be learnt with hands on instruction. Therefore our training courses are run in a relaxed environment where good theoretical and practical learning takes place at the pace of the students. Following the latest educational research we provide a learning environment where a learner will have maximum access to manikins to practice under supervision to ensure long term memory of life saving skills.

Our instructors all hold internationally recognised resuscitation instructor qualifications with the American Heart Association as well as First Aid Instructor Qualifications. They are all registered Health Care Professionals (HPCSA), with years of practical hands on experience as active EMS providers. This practical "on the road" experience enables our instructors to draw from real life situations, making the training exciting, practical and applicable.

PEC is an accredited training institution with the South African Maritime Safety Authority and Department of Labour.

Crisiscare is a Training Centre dedicated to providing training to medical professionals. We believe that every health care professional should be given opportunity to be challenged to grow and update their knowledge and skills.

This is done in an environment where every participant is treated with respect and encouraged to improve on their knowledge and skills, meeting outcomes following the latest international guidelines. We aim to train content based on evidence. And so we offer courses that are recognized internationally as well as drawing up training curricula that address a specific need for a specific group of health professionals.

We have facilitators from various disciplines all with recognised instructor qualifications.