By: 23 May 2024
18-19 July, 2024, UK Training in Emergency Airway Management (TEAM); Worcester

Course description:
A two day simulator-based course designed to teach the foundations of the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to safely manage the airway in an emergency situation outside the operating theatre.

Areas covered during the course:

  • basic airway
  • difficult and failed airway
  • paediatric workshops
  • post-intubation
  • small group work and case scenarios using high fidelity patient simulators.

Who can attend?
Aimed at doctors 3-4 years after qualification with particular relevance for doctors intending to pursue a career in anaesthesia, critical care, emergency medicine or acute medicine.

Non-medical professionals are eligible to attend in specific circumstances where their daily work includes the delivery of rapid sequence induction of anaesthesia and tracheal intubation, along with the ongoing management of anaesthetised patients.

Any queries regarding eligibility, please email

Course requirements for attendance:
At least six months experience in anaesthesia and three months experience in intensive care.

For further information on the teaching faculty and course requirements please visit the dedicated TEAM course website.