PROMPT Training Permissions and Licences
Units or institutions paying for a multi-professional team to attend an authorised PROMPT Train the Trainers (T3) Day are only permitted to run PROMPT multi-professional obstetric emergencies training courses, using PROMPT Course in a Box materials, within their own unit or institution.
Any PROMPT training conducted outside the unit or institution that has permission (see above) requires a licence from the PROMPT Maternity Foundation (PMF) e.g. a professional organisation or body wishing to roll out PROMPT training within a region or country, or a unit wishing to run PROMPT training at other hospitals outside of their own hospital group.
PMF are happy to discuss licensing arrangements or answer any questions relating to training permissions at any time. Please contact email@example.com giving details of the training that is proposed.
These include the Course Manual, Training Manual and the Course in a Box (including CD & DVD’s)
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RCOG Press. Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 27 Sussex Place, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4RG
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