How We Help Ambulance Staff and Community | TASC

Who do we help?

The UK’s ambulance community is so much bigger than currently serving ambulance staff, and at TASC we’re passionate about supporting all of the ambulance community through times of crisis.

NHS ambulance staff

NHS ambulance staff

We can support any staff members in a UK NHS ambulance service including paramedics, EMTs, fleet crew, dispatch and maintenance staff. To be eligible for support, you must have been employed by an ambulance service for at least 12 months.

Independent ambulance staff

Independent ambulance staff

We can support any staff members in a UK independent/private ambulance service which is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). To be eligible for support, you must have been employed by an ambulance service for at least 12 months.

Previous staff, including retirees

We can support anyone who has previously worked for a UK ambulance service (NHS and independent services which are registered with the CQC). To be eligible for support, you must have been employed by an ambulance service for at least 12 months.

Family members of ambulance staff

Family members of ambulance staff

We can support the close family members of anyone who is working for, or has worked for, a UK ambulance service. To be eligible for support, you must be a close family member of someone who has worked for an ambulance service for at least 12 months.

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UK ambulance service volunteers

We can support current volunteers in the UK’s ambulance service, including patient transport drivers and community first responders (CFRs). To be eligible for support, you must be an active volunteer with at least three years volunteering experience in a UK ambulance service, such as the NHS, CQC-registered independent services, St John Ambulance or the Red Cross.

TASC is here to support Paramedic Science students

Paramedic Science students

We can support anyone taking part in a Paramedic Science course. To be eligible for support you must be in at least year two of your course.

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