Available Courses

Course Pricing: Please select the course you require for pricing information.
Student Numbers: Varies with each course to ensure quality outcomes
Tailored Training: Please ask us about Tailored Training for your organisation

 
Our Training Courses - Click Course Title to Learn More

Provide Basic Emergency Life Support (Level 1) 
Provide First Aid (Old Level 2) 
Occupational First Aid (Level 3) 
Basic Oxygen Administration 
Automated External Defibrillation (AED) 
Course in Management of Anaphylaxis 
Course in Anaphylaxis Awareness
Emergency Asthma Management
Perform CPR 
Administration of Epipens for Acute Allergic Reactions
Certificate III in Aged Care  
Certificate III in Home and Community Care 
Certificate IV in Disability Work
Certificate IV in Mental Health 
Provide First Aid in a Remote Situation 
Apply Advanced Resuscitation Techniques 
Follow Safe Manual Handling Practices 




 

HLTFA201A Provide Basic Emergency Life Support

Course Outcome:
Participants will have the skills and knowledge to perform emergency first aid procedures in the first few minutes after a life-threatening incident

Entry Requirements:
Nil However it is recommended that participants have literacy competencies equivalent to Level 2 as described in the Certificates of General Education for Adults (2112AFL, 2212AKC, 2212ALC)

Enrolment Procedure:
Please complete the enrolment form and hand it to the trainer at the commencement of the course or by using the Online Enrolment form.

Nominal Duration:
6 hours

Qualification:
It is important that you attend each session of this course so that you are eligible to receive a Statement of Attainment.
Your Nationally Recognised certificate has been accredited by the Victorian Qualifications Authority and entered on the National Training Information Service.
Your certificate will be valid for 3 years and the Australian Resuscitation Council recommends that you attend a resuscitation update every 12 months. If you are unable to attend any sessions, please contact your instructor.
When attending a class, please bring - This workbook; Your First Aid manual; Writing paper/pens or pencils.

Competencies to be achieved during the training:
At the successful completion of this course you will be able to:
1. Assess an emergency situation
2. Maintain the airway, breathing and circulation of an unconscious casualty (including C.P.R.)
3. Administer First Aid for Minor Wounds & Apply Infection Control Procedures
4. Manage a casualty with external bleeding
5. Explain the legal and ethical responsibilities of a first aider
6. Determine first aid facilities and training requirements

Assessment Procedure:
You will be assessed at the end of the course to show your instructor that you have an appropriate understanding of the procedures necessary to manage a life-threatening situation.

This will consist of:
Theory Assessment paper
Resuscitation & Bleeding Control Practical Demonstrations
You must prove your competency for each section to qualify for a certificate.

Facilities & Equipment:
Each participant will be provided with all of the intellectual materials required to study all modules. Each program will also be supported with adequate Teaching Aids to assist with the theory and practical training modules such as CPR manikins, Bandages, Visual Aids, Handouts etc as appropriate.
 
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HLTFA301B Apply First Aid



Course Outcome:
This module will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to perform basic first aid in the workplace. Modules from 21592VIC Workplace First Aid - 'Emergency Life Support' are also included within this course.

Entry Requirements:
Nil However it is recommended that participants have literacy competencies equivalent to Level 2 as described in the Certificates of General Education for Adults (2112AFL, 2212AKC, 2212ALC)

Enrolment Procedure:
Please complete the enrolment form and hand it to the trainer at the commencement of the course or by using the Online Enrolment form.

Nominal Duration:
14 hours

Qualification:
It is important that you attend each session of this course so that you are eligible to receive a Statement of Attainment.
Your Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment has been accredited by the Victorian Qualifications Authority and entered on the National Training Information Service.
Your certificate will be valid for 3 years and the Australian Resuscitation Council recommends that you attend a resuscitation update every 12 months. If you are unable to attend any sessions, please contact your instructor.
When attending a class, please bring - This workbook; Your First Aid manual; Writing paper/pens or pencils.

Competencies to be achieved during the training:
At the successful completion of this course you will be able to:
1. Assess an emergency situation
2. Maintain the airway, breathing and circulation of an unconscious casualty
3. Administer First Aid for Minor Wounds & Apply Infection Control Procedures
4. Manage a casualty with external bleeding
5. Manage a casualty suffering from shock
6. Administer First Aid for Burns & Electric Shock
7. Administer First Aid for Eye & Soft Tissue Injuries
8. Administer First Aid for Venomous Bites & Stings and Allergic Reactions
9. Administer First Aid for Spinal Injuries & Fractures
10. Determine Principles for the Assessment and Movement of the Sick & Injured & First Aid Recording Requirements
11. Explain the legal and social responsibilities of a first aider
12. Determine first aid facilities and training requirements

Assessment Procedure:
You will be assessed at the end of the course to show your instructor that you have an appropriate understanding of the procedures necessary to manage a life-threatening situation.

This will consist of:
Theory Assessment
Practical Demonstrations
You must prove your competency for each section to qualify for a certificate.

Facilities & Equipment:
Each participant will be provided with all of the intellectual materials required to study all modules. Each program will also be supported with adequate Teaching Aids to assist with the theory and practical training modules such as CPR manikins, Bandages, Visual Aids, Handouts etc as appropriate.

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HLTCPR201A Occupational First Aid

Course Outcome:
This module will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to perform basic first aid in the workplace. Modules from 21592VIC Workplace First Aid - 'Emergency Life Support' and 21593VIC Workplace First Aid - 'Provide First Aid' are also included within this course.

Entry Requirements:
To undertake a course in Workplace First Aid (Occupational First Aid) there is a prerequisite that participants Must hold a current Workplace First Aid (Senior First Aid) certificate or equivalent.

Enrolment Procedure:
Please complete the enrolment form and hand it to the trainer at the commencement of the course or by using the Online Enrolment form.

Nominal Duration:
28 hours

Qualification:
It is important that you attend each session of this course so that you are eligible to receive a Statement of Attainment.
Your Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment has been accredited by the Victorian Qualifications Authority and entered on the National Training Information Service, recognised by the Victorian WorkCover Authority under their 'First Aid In The Workplace' - code of practice 1995, The Tasmanian Department of Infrastructure, Energy & Resources - (Workplace Standards Tasmania) and the S.A. 'Workplace Health & Safety Regulations 1998 - Regulation 9.
Your certificate will be valid for 3 years and the Australian Resuscitation Council recommends that you attend a resuscitation update every 12 months. If you are unable to attend any sessions, please contact your instructor.
When attending a class, please bring - This workbook; Your First Aid manual; Writing paper/pens or pencils.

Competencies to be achieved during the training:
At the successful completion of this course you will be able to:
1. Apply First Aid to a casualty suffering Crush Injuries
2. Maintain the correct WorkCover documentation & Legislative requirements of an Occupational First Aider
3. Undertake the correct requirements for Running a First Aid Centre & Apply correct administration for Medications
3. Demonstrate the Safe use of Medical Oxygen Equipment and Administer Oxygen Therapy and Resuscitation to a casualty
4. Demonstrate an understanding of Toxicological Hazards and the use of Material Safety Data Sheets
5. Assess the Hazards of Confined Spaces
6. Administer First Aid for casualties suffering from Extremes of Temperature
7. Administer First Aid for Minor Wounds & Apply Infection Control Procedures
(A full copy of the course curriculum will be made available upon request)

Assessment Procedure:
You will be assessed at the end of the course to show your instructor that you have an appropriate understanding of the procedures necessary to manage a life-threatening situation.

This will consist of:
Examination paper (multiple choice & short answer)
Resuscitation demonstration (one and two persons)
Oxygen Resuscitation & Oxygen Therapy demonstration
You must pass each section to qualify for a certificate.

Facilities & Equipment:
Each participant will be provided with all of the intellectual materials required to study all modules. Each program will also be supported with adequate Teaching Aids to assist with the theory and practical training modules such as CPR manikins, Bandages, Visual Aids, Handouts etc as appropriate.

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21660VIC Course in Basic Oxygen Administration - (4 hrs duration)

Course Outcome:
This module will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to safely perform oxygen therapy and resuscitation in the workplace.

Entry Requirements:
Current Workplace First Aid - 'Senior First Aid' certificate, or equivalent.

Enrolment Procedure:
Please complete the enrolment form and hand it to the trainer at the commencement of the course or by using the Online Enrolment form.

Nominal Duration:
4 hours

Qualification:
Your Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment has been accredited by the Victorian Qualifications Authority and entered on the National Training Information Service and is recognised under the 'Children's Services Act' - Vic & NSW.
Your Statement of Attainment will be valid for 1 year and the Australian Resuscitation Council recommends that you attend a resuscitation update every 12 months. If you are unable to attend any sessions, please contact your instructor
It is important that you attend each session of this course so that you are eligible to receive a Statement of Attainment.
When attending a class, please bring - This workbook; Your First Aid manual; Writing paper/pens or pencils.

Competencies to be achieved during the training:
At the successful completion of this course you will be able to:

1. Demonstrate safe procedures when using Medical Oxygen Equipment
2. Demonstrate the administration of Oxygen Therapy to a spontaneously breathing patient
3. Demonstrate the resuscitation of a non-breathing casualty using:-
* Self-Inflating Bag & mask
* Manual Oxygen Powered Resuscitator.
(A full copy of the course curriculum will be made available upon request)

Assessment Procedure:
You will be assessed at the end of the course to show your instructor that you have an appropriate understanding of the procedures necessary to manage a life-threatening situation.

This will consist of:
Theory assessment paper
Resuscitation demonstration (one and two persons)
Oxygen Resuscitation & Oxygen Therapy demonstration
You must pass each section to qualify for a certificate.

Facilities & Equipment:
Each participant will be provided with all of the intellectual materials required to study all modules. Each program will also be supported with adequate Teaching Aids to assist with the theory and practical training modules such as CPR manikins, Oxygen Therapy & Resuscitation Equipment, Visual Aids, Handouts etc as appropriate.

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21658VIC Course in Automated External Defibrillation - (4hrs duration)

Course Outcome:
This module will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to understand the safety requirements when handling an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED), as well as the skills to use an AED within the first minutes after a cardiac arrest

Entry Requirements:
Nil However it is recommended that participants have literacy competencies equivalent to Level 2 as described in the Certificates of General Education for Adults (2112AFL, 2212AKC, 2212ALC)

Enrolment Procedure:
Please complete the enrolment form and hand it to the trainer at the commencement of the course or by using the Online Enrolment form.

Nominal Duration:
4 hours

Qualification:
It is important that you attend each session of this course so that you are eligible to receive a Statement of Attainment.
Your certificate has been accredited by the Victorian Qualifications Authority, it's nationally recognised and entered on the National Training Information Service.
Your certificate will be valid for 1 year. If you are unable to attend any sessions, please contact your instructor.
When attending a class, please bring - This workbook; Your First Aid manual; Writing paper/pens or pencils.
Competencies to be achieved during the training:

At the successful completion of this course you will be able to:
1.Explain why Early Defibrillation & the 'Chain of Survival' are essential and explain the Structure & Function of the Heart
2.Manage a cardiac arrest using an Automatic External Defibrillator - (AED)
(A full copy of the course curriculum will be made available upon request)

Assessment Procedure:
You will be assessed at the end of the course to show your instructor that you have an appropriate understanding of the procedures necessary to manage a life-threatening situation.

This will consist of:
Theory Assessment paper
Resuscitation demonstration using an AED
You must show competence in each section to qualify for a certificate.

Facilities & Equipment:
Each participant will be provided with all of the intellectual materials required to study all modules. Each program will also be supported with adequate Teaching Aids to assist with the theory and practical training modules such as CPR manikins, Bandages, Visual Aids, Handouts etc as appropriate.
 
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21659VIC Course in First Aid Management of Anaphylaxis

Course Outcome:
This module will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to assist a person suffering an anaphylactic reaction until the arrival of medical assistance.

Entry Requirements:
Nil

Enrolment Procedure:
Please complete the enrolment form and hand it to the trainer at the commencement of the course.

Nominal Duration:
2 hours

Qualification:
Your Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment has been accredited by the Victorian Qualifications Authority and entered on the National Training Information Service and is recognised under the 'Children's Services Act' - Vic & NSW.
Your Statement of Attainment will be valid for 1 year.
It is important that you attend each session of this course so that you are eligible to receive a Statement of Attainment.
When attending a class, please bring writing paper/pens or pencils.

Competencies to be achieved during the training:
At the successful completion of this course you will be able to:
1. Assess the situation
2. Provide appropriate first aid treatment for anaphylactic reaction.
3. Communicate details of the incident.
4. Evaluate first aid response to anaphylactic reaction.

Assessment Procedure:
You will be assessed at the end of the course to show your instructor that you have an appropriate understanding of the procedures necessary to manage a life-threatening situation.

This will consist of:
Theory assessment paper
Demonstration of correct administration of first aid treatment for anaphylaxis.
You must pass each section to qualify for a certificate.

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Course in Anaphylaxis Awareness - Code 21827VIC

Course Overview
This is an accredited training course of 3 hours contact time plus time required for the participant to develop a Risk Assessment Plan for their workplace.
• Is valid for 3 years
• There are no prerequisite for attendance i.e. current CPR is not required

Locations
If you have a minimum of 10 people we can organise a training session at a location and time which suits you

Qualification
To gain statement of attainment participants will have to achieve competency
or/complete:
- Recognition of allergy and anaphylaxis – Scenario tested competency
- Administer an EpiPen – Scenario tested competency
- Demonstrate knowledge of policy/allergy – True/False knowledge test
- Complete a Risk Assessment in Workplace – this will be a random follow up within 6 weeks of participant completing the course

Outcomes
-
Provide staff and carers with a knowledge of anaphylaxis to enable them to maintain a safe and healthy environment in which a person at risk of anaphylaxis can participate equally in all aspects of the workplace and recreational activities, including children’s services programs and schools.

- Raise awareness about allergies and anaphylaxis amongst staff, carers, parents and the community

- Actively involve staff, carers and parents responsible for a person at risk of anaphylaxis to be able to assess risks, develop risk minimisation strategies and management strategies for an individual person in their care with anaphylaxis

- Ensure staff and other relevant adults caring for a person with anaphylaxis have adequate knowledge of allergies, anaphylaxis and emergency procedures

- Facilitate communication to ensure the safety and wellbeing of a person at risk of anaphylaxis.

Course Suited To
Participants in the course could include:
- Staff of children’s services
- Staff of schools
- Parents/guardians
- Volunteers
- Visiting specialists to children’s services and schools
- Community organisations
- Sporting organisations
- Workplaces


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Emergency Asthma Management - Code 21886VIC

Overview & Outcome
This a three hour training course that is valid for three years.  The EAM training is recognised Nationally as an accredited course, and is formally recognised with a Statement of Attainment. It provides participants with more comprehensive asthma education.

Pre-Requisites
Whilst there are no pre-requisites, it is appropriate for people in a position where they hold a ‘duty of care’, for example sports coaches, childcare workers, preschool teachers, workplaces etc.
The Course in Emergency Asthma Management is principally designed to provide participants the necessary information, skills and confidence to assist a person during an asthma 'attack'.

The core Asthma Awareness module provides more in-depth information on asthma, recognition of asthma, the day-to-day management of asthma, including triggers and how to minimise them, types of asthma medications and delivery devices.

Outcomes
On completion participants will be equipped to assess and manage an asthma emergency, be able to recognise signs and symptoms of worsening asthma and to carry out Asthma First Aid.

Content
There are six elective modules that address specific asthma management issues within specialised settings:
Children's services, workplace, schools, sport, remote area and supported care

The Course in Emergency Asthma Management also provides the mechanism to enable an organization to purchase and hold reliever medication (bronchodilator) for use in an asthma emergency.

This Course also meets one of the criteria to become an Asthma Friendly Children's Service.

Locations
This course can be conducted on site or off site for individuals or organisations


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Administration of Epipens ® for Acute Allergic Reactions

Course Outcome:
Participants will have the skills and knowledge to administer an ‘Epipen’ to a
person suffering a severe Anaphylactic Reaction within the first few minutes
after a life-threatening incident

Entry Requirements:
Must have completed and hold a currently recognised First Aid certificate to the
equivalent of ‘Emergency Life Support’, Childcare First Aid’, ‘Senior First Aid’
or above.

Nominal Duration:
1.½ - 2 hours

Course Content:
- What is Anaphylaxis (Acute Allergic Reaction)
- Recognition:- What are the Signs & Symptoms?
- Who Can Get Anaphylaxis?

- Prevention:
- PARENT / GUARDIAN RESPONSIBILITIES
- SCHOOL RESPONSIBILITIES
- STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES

- Management
- (If Conscious)
- (If Unconscious)

- How to Use the EpiPen Autoinjector
• Storage of Adrenaline
• Commercial preparations of adrenaline available in Australia

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VBP112 – Apply Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation



Course Outcome:
Participants will have the skills and knowledge to perform Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation on a person in
cardiac arrest

Entry Requirements:
Nil However it is recommended that participants have literacy competencies equivalent to Level 2 as described
in the Certificates of General Education for Adults (2112AFL, 2212AKC, 2212ALC)

Enrolment Procedure:
Please complete the enrolment form and hand it to the trainer at the commencement of the course

Nominal Duration:
3 - 4 hours (3hrs Refresher)

Qualification
• It is important that you attend each session of this course so that you are eligible to receive a Statement of Attainment.
• Your qualification will be valid for 1 year. Note: Australian Resuscitation Council recommends that you attend a resuscitation update every 12 months. If you are unable to attend any sessions, please contact your instructor.

Competencies to be achieved during the training:
At the successful completion of this course you will be able to:
1. Assess an emergency situation
2. Maintain the airway, breathing and circulation of an unconscious casualty (including. C.P.R.)

Assessment Procedure:
Assessment will be conducted during the course to demonstrate to your instructor that you have the required knowledge and skills of the procedures necessary to manage an unconscious, non-breathing and pulseless person prior to the arrival of medical aid.

This process will consist of – Skills Competencies - demonstrate competency in all skills as detailed above conducted in off the job environment simulating work conditions whenever possible.

CHC30208 – Certificate III in Aged Care
Cost: $1500
Course:
15 modules (includes Apply First Aid), plus 90hrs industry placement.
Entry Requirements:
Nil, However it is recommended that participants have the language and literacy skills enabling them to complete the course & or provide support and assistance to people in the aged care industry.
Student Intake:
All year
FEES -
$200.00 is required on enrolment and then $50 per week over 26 weeks.

Course payments made in full on enrolment, attracts a $100 discount
Course Outcome: This course will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to gain employment in the following fields:

• Accommodation support worker
• Field officer
• Assistant in nursing
• Home care assistant
• In-home respite worker
• Assistant in Nursing
• Case worker
• Personal care assistant
• Community care worker
• Community house worker
• Personal care worker

How does it work?
Distance/Blended Students complete the theory booklets in their own time at their own pace. Once all units are completed and fees are paid in full, students begin their practical work placement. Once all workbooks and work placements are marked as competent, students will be issued with their certificate.
Face to Face Classes On application
To see if you are eligible for fee assistance please contact Centrelink for details of study assistance for this course prior to enrolment. If you are enrolled with a job networking agency, they may also be able to offer fee assistance.


RPL:
All students are given the opportunity to complete units in total or part via Recognition of Prior Learning.

Timeline:
Courses must be completed within 1 year from the date of enrolment.
Course payments must be completed within26 weeks of enrolment.

CHC30308 Certificate III in Home and Community Care
Cost: $1500
Course:
15 modules (includes Apply First Aid), plus 90hrs industry placement.
Entry Requirements:
Nil, However it is recommended that participants have the language and literacy skills enabling them to complete the course & or provide support and assistance to people in the Home and Community Care industry.
Student Intake:
All year
FEES -
$200.00 is required on enrolment and then $50 per week over 26 weeks.

Course payments made in full on enrolment, attracts a $100 discount
Course Outcome: This course will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to gain employment in the following fields:

• Accommodation support worker
• Field officer
• Assistant in nursing
• Home care assistant
• In-home respite worker
• Assistant in Nursing
• Case worker
• Personal care assistant
• Community care worker
• Community house worker
• Personal care worker

How does it work?
Distance/Blended Students complete the theory booklets in their own time at their own pace. Once all units are completed and fees are paid in full, students begin their practical work placement. Once all workbooks and work placements are marked as competent, students will be issued with their certificate.
Face to Face Classes On application
To see if you are eligible for fee assistance please contact Centrelink for details of study assistance for this course prior to enrolment. If you are enrolled with a job networking agency, they may also be able to offer fee assistance.


RPL:
All students are given the opportunity to complete units in total or part via Recognition of Prior Learning.

Timeline:
Courses must be completed within 1 year from the date of enrolment.
Course payments must be completed within26 weeks of enrolment.

CHC40302 Certificate IV in Disability Work
Cost: $1500
Course:
15 modules (includes Apply First Aid), plus 90hrs industry placement.
Entry Requirements:
Nil, However it is recommended that participants have the language and literacy skills enabling them to complete the course & or provide support and assistance to people in the disability industry.
Student Intake:
All year
FEES -
$200.00 is required on enrolment and then $50 per week over 26 weeks.

Course payments made in full on enrolment, attracts a $100 discount
Course Outcome: This course will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to gain employment in the following fields:

• Accommodation support worker
• Field officer
• Assistant in nursing
• Home care assistant
• In-home respite worker
• Assistant in Nursing
• Case worker
• Personal care assistant
• Community care worker
• Community house worker
• Personal care worker

How does it work?
Distance/Blended Students complete the theory booklets in their own time at their own pace. Once all units are completed and fees are paid in full, students begin their practical work placement. Once all workbooks and work placements are marked as competent, students will be issued with their certificate.

Face to Face Classes On application
To see if you are eligible for fee assistance please contact Centrelink for details of study assistance for this course prior to enrolment. If you are enrolled with a job networking agency, they may also be able to offer fee assistance.


RPL:
All students are given the opportunity to complete units in total or part Recognition of Prior Learning.

Timeline:
Courses must be completed within 1 year from the date of enrolment.
Course payments must be completed within26 weeks of enrolment.

CHC40508 Certificate IV in Mental Health
Cost: $1500
Course:
15 modules (includes Apply First Aid), plus 90hrs industry placement.
Entry Requirements:
Nil, However it is recommended that participants have the language and literacy skills enabling them to complete the course & or provide support and assistance to in the mental health industry.
Student Intake:
All year
FEES -
$200.00 is required on enrolment and then $50 per week over 26 weeks.

Course payments made in full on enrolment, attracts a $100 discount
Course Outcome: This course will provide participants with the skills and knowledge to gain employment in the following fields:

• Accommodation support worker
• Field officer
• Assistant in nursing
• Home care assistant
• In-home respite worker
• Assistant in Nursing
• Case worker
• Personal care assistant
• Community care worker
• Community house worker
• Personal care worker

How does it work?
Distance/Blended Students complete the theory booklets in their own time at their own pace. Once all units are completed and fees are paid in full, students begin their practical work placement. Once all workbooks and work placements are marked as competent, students will be issued with their certificate.
Face to Face Classes On application
To see if you are eligible for fee assistance please contact Centrelink for details of study assistance for this course prior to enrolment. If you are enrolled with a job networking agency, they may also be able to offer fee assistance.


RPL:
All students are given the opportunity to complete units in total or part via Recognition of Prior Learning.

Timeline:
Courses must be completed within 1 year from the date of enrolment.
Course payments must be completed within26 weeks of enrolment.


Provide First Aid in a Remote Situation - HLTFA302A

Course Outcome: This unit covers the skills and knowledge required to provide first aid to a casualty in a remote or isolated area. It is appropriate for those undertaking work or travel in remote/isolated situations.

Entry Requirements:
This unit has a pre-/co-requisite of HLTFA301B Apply First Aid, which must be completed either prior to commencement of the course, or completed in conjunction with it.

Enrolment Procedure:
Please contact us to enrol in this course

Nominal Duration:
14 hours

Qualification
• It is important that you attend each session of this course so that you are eligible to receive a Statement of Attainment. If you are unable to attend any sessions, please contact your instructor.
• Your Nationally Recognised qualification has been accredited by the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority and entered on the National Training Information Service.
• Your qualification will be valid for 3 years and the Australian Resuscitation Council recommends that you attend a resuscitation update every 12 months.

Competencies to be achieved during the training

At the successful completion of this course you will be able to:
1. Prepare for isolated travel or work, accounting for expected contingencies
2. Assess a casualty’s condition to determine the appropriate response
3. Evaluate the options for obtaining medical assistance and/or transporting the casualty
4. Monitor a casualty’s condition and undertake ongoing first aid procedures as required
5. Provide shelter from the elements and comfort for the casualty
6. Establish communications and work in conjunction with medical and emergency services support
7. Evaluate management of the incident and participate in debriefing to improve future planning and response.

Assessment Procedure
Assessment will be conducted during and at the end of the course to demonstrate to your instructor that you have the required knowledge and skills of the procedures necessary to manage a life-threatening situation in a remote area.

This process will consist of:
Theory Assessment requiring satisfactory completion of all questions. Students with identified Language, Literacy and Numeracy deficits will be offered an oral assessment if required.
Practical Skill Competencies - demonstrate competency in all skills as detailed above, conducted in simulated remote conditions.

Students must demonstrate competency in all sections to qualify for a Statement of Attainment.

Facilities & Equipment
Each participant will be provided with all of the intellectual materials required to study all modules. Each program will also be supported with adequate Teaching Aids to assist with the theory and practical training modules.

Apply Advanced Resuscitation Techniques - HLTFA404A

Please contact us for course details regarding this course.

Follow Safe Manual Handling Practices - HLTHSE204B

Please contact us for course details regarding this course.

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Did You Know...
The rate for performing CPR is 30/2. That's 30 compressions and 2 breaths for adults and children.  The rate of compressions should be around 100 per minute.
 
 




 

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