Course Dates for 2017:

Mornings 8.30am- 12 noon

January

16 and 23

February

13 and 20

March

13 and 20

April

10

May

8 and 15

June

5 and 12

July

3, 10, 31

August

7, 28

September

4 and 25

October

9, 23, 30

November

20, 27

December

11

 
 

 

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Provide CPR (HLTAID001)

 

Provide CPR gives learners the confidence and skills to perform CPR. Learners will practice their skills on an Adult, Child and Infant manikin and use a trainer defibrillator. This course complies with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines. The ARC also advises that CPR be refreshed at least annually.

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Duration:
3-4 Hours
Pre-requisites:
Nil
Course Elements:

Respond to signs of an unconscious casualty

Perform CPR

Communicate details of the incident

Learning Outcomes:
Theory Component
  • Basic anatomy and physiology relating to performing CPR

  • Procedures for performing CPR

  • State and territory regulatory requirements, ARC Guidelines and accepted industry practice relating to currency of skill and knowledge.

  • How to access ambulance/medical assistance and/or emergency response support.

  • Understanding of the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), including when to use and when not to.

  • Privacy and confidentiality requirements.

  • Chain of survival.

  • Need to be culturally aware, sensitive and respectful.

  • Duty of care requirements.

  • Relevant workplace hazards.

  • Infection control principles and procedures, including use of standard precautions.

  • Own skills and limitations.

  • Awareness of stress management techniques and available support.

Practical Component:
  • Assess vital signs of casualty

  • Demonstrate correct procedures for performing CPR using a manikin, including standard precautions

  • Call an ambulance.

  • Call for medical assistance.

  • Identify and minimize hazards to health and safety of self and others in the immediate workplace or community environment.

  • Report details of incident and CPR as provided.

  • Use infection control procedures, including standard precautions.

RPL:
RPL is not offered for this course
Pathways:
This Unit Of Competency is required in many occupations such as: First Aider, Emergency Response Team Member, Child Care etc.
Entry Requirements:
NIL

 

First aid requirements 2014 Legislative requirements First Aid