BLS and ILS For Medical Professionals

At Crux Medical, we understand the unique needs of dental and Gp practices. That’s why we offer a range of tailored BLS and ILS For Medical Professionals courses designed to equip your team with the skills and knowledge to handle medical emergencies effectively within a dental or healthcare setting.

Comprehensive Course Offerings:

  • Basic Life Support (BLS): This course provides core first response skills for managing life-threatening emergencies within a dental setting.
  • Intermediate Life Support (ILS) for Dentistry: This advanced course builds on BLS skills and focuses on managing more complex medical emergencies, particularly when delivering sedation.
  • First Aid at Work: This course equips your team with the skills to handle minor injuries and illnesses that may occur in the workplace.
dental team practicing bls on a manequin in a dental surgery

Medical team performing CPR training on a mannequin.

Why Choose Crux Medical for Your Dental and GP Practice Life Support Training?

  • Bespoke Training: Our courses are not one-size-fits-all. We work closely with you to understand your specific practice needs and the British Dental Association (BDA) requirements. We then customise the course content and delivery to ensure it’s directly relevant to your dental or healthcare team.
  • Expert-Led Instruction: Our courses are delivered by highly experienced practicing clinicians with extensive experience in pre-hospital care. This ensures you receive the most up-to-date knowledge and real-world insights directly from experts.
  • Trusted Partner: We are a trusted provider of dental life support training. We hold the contract for teaching annual Basic Life Support (BLS) and Medical Emergencies Courses to the staff of the Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry and several private dental practices in the South West.

Additional Benefits:

  • Engaging and Interactive Learning: Our courses are designed to be both informative and engaging, incorporating interactive elements and practical scenarios to ensure your team retains the knowledge and skills learned.
  • Confidence and Competence: We empower your team with the confidence and competence to handle emergency situations effectively, potentially saving lives and reducing patient anxiety during procedures.
  • Annual Recertification: We offer convenient annual BLS recertification courses to ensure your team’s skills and knowledge remain current.
Person using a rubber stamp on paper documents.

Investing in your dental team’s life support training is an investment in patient safety and peace of mind.

Contact us today to discuss your specific needs and learn more about how Crux Medical can ensure your dental practice is prepared for any emergency.


A team of healthcare professionals wearing masks and scrubs perform an emergency procedure on a pediatric patient in a clinical setting. The child is lying on a dental chair, and one practitioner is using a manual resuscitator mask to provide ventilation while another performs chest compressions. The scene appears to be a training or emergency response scenario in a dental clinic.

Ensure your practice is compliant. Complete mandatory recertification courses for dental & GP staff at Crux Medical.

A person lies on the ground with a distressed expression, a severe cut across their neck, and blood pooling beneath them. They are wearing a white t-shirt stained with blood. The image suggests a traumatic or catastrophic injury.

One day courses with Crux Medical in ‘Major Trauma’, ‘Resuscitation’, ‘Cardiology’ and ‘Management of the Deteriorating Patient’ 

people knwlt on the floor practising CPr on a dummy

High-Risk Trauma Training. Bespoke modules for haemorrhage & trauma in high-risk areas. Train your staff with Crux Medical.

Two paramedics in red and black uniforms attend to an injured girl on a stretcher. One paramedic is giving her oxygen using a manual resuscitator, while the other is preparing a defibrillator. The girl has a visible leg injury and is secured to the stretcher with orange straps. The scene takes place outdoors, indicating an emergency medical response.

QUALSAFE accredited courses including basic life support, first aid at work, emergency first aid at work, FREC3 and others