Emergency Services Training Centre
Our team of instructors, tutors and educationalists have 24 years of delivering unrivalled Emergency Services training in the pre-hospital arena
MBChB, MSc, FRCA, FFICM
Dr Tristan Cope
Tristan is a consultant anaesthetist and Intensivist at Aintree University Hospital. In addition to working at Aintree Hospital Tristan is the Medical Director at our Hyperbaric Unit and has over 15 years experience in the Hyperbaric Medicine arena.
Associate Medical Director, North West Ambulance Service
Dr Eddie Tunn
Doctor Eddie Tunn has extensive knowledge and experience working in and around the pre-hospital arena.
Anaesthetist in training at Warrington Hospital
Dr Peter Bradley
Associate medical staff at Murrayfield Hyperbaric Unit and Tutor for Trauma and Medicine at ESTC.
EPTC Instructor and NHS Paramedic
Dave has a vast amount of motorsport medical knowledge and is also one of our Police Ballistic tutors.
Dr Nicki Russell
Currently a CT1 anaesthetist in training at Leighton Hospital (Crewe) prior to placement at Aintree Hospital. EPTC instructor, Expedition Doctor and studying for the Extreme Medicine Masters degree.
Dr Tim Fitzsimons
Tim brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the Offshore medical arena. Tim conducts the Offshore, Seafarer and HSE Diving medicals at the centre. He is also one of our on-call hyperbaric doctors and teaches on the Maritime courses.
Cert Ed, A1, IQA City & Guilds
Liam is a Clinical Tutor with over 10 years experience in Hyperbaric Medicine. He is also one of our multi-disciplinary educationalists who can deliver training in a variety of subjects in Offshore and the Pre-hospital arena. Liam has just embarked on his masters in education at Chester University
Ex-Fire Services Incident Commander
Richie was an Operational Fire Fighter with Merseyside Fire & Rescue for nearly 30 years. During his later stages of employment with the brigade he was promoted to the role of Incident Commander. He has joined ESTC as a senior Fire Tutor where he can also develop new and innovative skills at the training centre.
Our involvement with Lowland Rescue
Merseyside Lowland Search and Rescue
MerSAR are currently based with us at ESTC and are a group of volunteers who are on call 24hrs 7 days a week to assist Merseyside Police in the search for High-Risk Missing People who have sadly gone missing from their loved ones.
They are part of a nationawide governing body ‘Lowland Rescue’ who have 36 affiliated teams across the country, all of which are 100% voluntary and none funded by the government.