Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Menu

Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS)


This 1-day intensive course on the Fundamentals of Critical Care taught by experts in the field will provide participants with current information and hands-on practice to address the fundamental management principles for the first 24 hours of critical care.


Course Outline

FCCS is an internationally recognized course providing basic critical care information to the non-critical care specialist. FCCS was developed under the auspices of the Society of Critical Care Medicine, USA and locally administered by the Society of Intensive Care Medicine (Singapore) and SIMS.

The 1-day course consists of online lectures, pre & post assessment tests plus interactive skills stations. Individuals who successfully complete the provider course will be certified by the Society of Critical Care Medicine, USA. FCCS Certificate valid for 4 years.

  

Course Objectives


Sponsor

SICM & SIMS would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to Covidien Private Limited in making this course successful.


Date & Time

06 January 2023 (Fri)

17 March 2023 (Fri)

23 June 2023 (Fri)

21 July 2023 (Fri)

18 Aug 2023 (Fri)

10 November 2023 (Fri)


1-Day course at Academia: 8am to 5pm (Interactive Skills Station) (Lectures, Pre & Post Assessment tests to be completed on an online platform)

 

Course Fees (Inclusive of GST]

S$650 [Price inclusive of GST at 7%, applicable for payment received by 27 December 2022]
S$656.80 [Price inclusive of GST at 8%, applicable with effect from 1 January 2023]

Payment details will be advised upon successful registration.


Venue

1-Day onsite at Academia, and eLearning Platform.


Registration 

To register, please email registration form to sims.imse@singhealth.com.sg


In line with the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), please note that we have updated our SingHealth Data Protection Policy, a copy of which is available at http://www.singhealth.com.sg/pdpa. Hard copies are also available on request.


 

<< Back to programme listing