There is little doubt that we want to do everything we can to help others. For instance, some people are choosing to take more first aid courses that will help them save lives. But why are there so many requirements when it comes to advanced courses? Why should a participant get First Aid certification before they will be allowed to take the Advanced Resuscitation course?
Is First Aid Certification A Requirement for the Advanced Resuscitation Course?
It is important to get First Aid certification before you decide to take the Advanced Resuscitation course. This is because you will need the required first aid knowledge before you can learn to use AEDs on people.
Here is the complete list of requirements for the Advanced Resuscitation course:
- Valid Provide First Aid Certificate. A current HLTAID011 or HLTAID003 Provide First Aid certificate is a mandatory requirement for this course.
- Online Pre-Study Module. Participants must complete the online pre-study module before taking the course. A link to the online pre-study will be provided once you have made the booking.
- USI (Unique Student Identifier). You will need to provide a valid USI number. You may procure one here.
- Identification. You must provide one form of valid photo I.D. like a driver’s license, passport, or proof of age card.
- LLN (Language, Literacy and Numeracy). Participants are expected to complete an LLN assessment. This will determine their eligibility for the course.
- Attendance. All participants are expected to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to schedule to complete the necessary paperwork for registration.
Are you ready to get your Statement of Attainment? Edway Training offers Provide Advanced Resuscitation HLTAID015 courses in Melbourne VIC. Book now and you will receive your certificate as soon as possible.
Please Note: We have a maximum of 10 students per class and practising social distancing requirements of students being no closer than 1.5 metres from each other. Please refer to Edway COVID Action Plan which can be found on our website.