GROUP BOOKINGS ONLY (minimum 5)
HLTAID001 - Provide CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation)
This course is accredited and approved by ANZCOR (Australia New Zealand Council of Resuscitation), and is nationally approved and accredited by ASQA Australian Skills Quality Authority.
This training consists of dealing with legal issues, infection control, DRSABCD Action Plan, managing the unconscious casualty, resuscitation; defibrillation information. The course covers the skills and knowledge required to perform CPR in line with the ANZCOR Guidelines.
This course is suitable for anyone requiring a CPR certificate,
CPR training is highly valued by employers and in many cases a requirement of employment. There's no need to miss out on that great new job for lack of a CPR certificate.
No matter who you are it pays to have CPR and first aid skills because you can't learn them in an emergency.
Students must be 14 years or older. Students under 14 years must provide written permission to attend the course from their parent or guardian.
As per the ANZCOR guidelines it recommended that the HLTAID001 Provide CPR unit be completed every 12 months, therefore RPL would not apply.
Practical and Written Assessments - Practical assessment comprised of a scenario with an observation checklist used by the assessor. Competence may be demonstrated working either individually, under supervision or as part of a First Aid Team. Assessments will take place in simulated conditions that replicate CPR situations as realistically as possible. Participants will be given scenarios and where necessary this will include first aid equipment and resuscitation manikins. Written assessment comprised of multiple choice questions.
Due to an increased demand in our Industrial Maintenance and Waste Water Management courses Asset Training is only receiving GROUP BOOKINGS for CPR training (minimum 5). Asset Training is able to work outside of its training calendar to facilitate Group Bookings.
The practical assessment portion of this course is physically demanding and requires actual resuscitation practices to be performed on manikins. Please advise if you feel you may have difficulties.