PASSENGER ASSISTANT TRAINING SCHEME
The Passenger Assistant Training Scheme (PATS) applies to anyone performing the role of a passenger assistant on a vehicle
PATS is a nationally recognised standard of training for people whose role it is to provide care and assistance, to passengers travelling by road.
If you are paid staff, a volunteer or you are performing the dual role of driver/carer then you will benefit from Passenger Assistant Training.
PATS has five modules:
Module A: This is the foundation module for all passenger assistants. This module helps you understand your role as a passenger assistant.
The other modules you complete will depend on the needs of the people you are assisting.
You can choose from the following list:
Module B1: Passenger awareness and assistance – This module covers awareness of passenger needs and how to assist, looking at individuals who don’t use a wheelchair.
Module B2: Assisting passengers who travel in wheelchairs – B2 covers similar aspects to B1 but focuses specifically on passengers in wheelchairs.
Module C1: Supervising children and young people with special needs – For PA’s who work with children or young people with special needs.
Module C2: Working with adults who need care and supervision – PA’s who work with vulnerable adults.
At the end of the course and upon passing the assessment, you will receive a certificate which will be valid for four years.
Available to all individuals.
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