HLTAID003 – PROVIDE FIRST AID
HLTAID001 – PROVIDE CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR)
Fun & Interactive Training - Delivered by qualified health professionals
1-day course includes
HLTAID001 Provide CPR
HLTAID003 Provide First Aid
Our first aid classes are run as a full day course or as 2 afternoon sessions.
You choose the time which best suits you.
Our trainers come to you!
Please note we only deliver to groups of 8 or more people
(workplaces, church groups, teachers/schools, swimming instructors, sports clubs, childcares)
COURSE Requirements/ Assessments:
Participants must be 14 years or older. Participants under the age of 18 are required to provide a consent form from their legal guardian
There are no qualification prerequisites for this course however it is recommended that participants have sufficient literacy, language and numeracy skills to successfully complete the course and the assessment quiz.
There is a physical component to this course. Participants will be required to participate in role play activities, practical assessments and be able to perform 2 minutes of uninterrupted CPR on the floor.
cash on the day of training OR you can ask to be invoiced (note: certificates will not be issued until the invoice has been paid)
- Are your CPR and Provide First Aid classes Nationally accredited?
2. Are your trainers fun interactive and professional?
3. How long does an Australian First Aid certificate last?
- CPR is valid for twelve (12) months from date of issue.
- Provide First Aid requires renewal every 3 years from date of issue.
4. What do you cover in the course?
- Legal issues: Duty of care, Cultural awareness, Communication & the importance of debriefing and recording
- Two (2) minutes of uninterrupted CPR
- Procedures for dealing with major and minor injury and illness
- Priorities of management in First Aid when dealing with life threatening conditions
- Basic occupational health and safety requirements in the provision of First Aid
- Infection control principles and procedures
- Chain of survival
- Understanding and use of an Automated External Defibrillator ( AED)
- First Aid Managment of:
- Abdominal injuries
- Allergic reactions
- Altered or loss of consciousness
- Cardiac arrest; heart conditions
- Casualty with signs of no life
- Chest pain
- Choking/airway obstruction
- Injuries: cold and crush injuries; eye and ear injuries; head, neck and spinal injuries; minor skin injuries; needle stick injuries; soft tissue injuries
- All bites and stings
- Environmental impact such as hypothermia, hyperthermia, dehydration, heat stroke
- Medical conditions, including, epilepsy, diabetes and asthma
- Near drowning
- Poisoning and toxic substances (including chemical contamination)
- Stroke, substance misuse – common drugs and alcohol, including illicit drugs
- Awareness of stress management techniques and available support
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