This course supersedes the former qualification “HLTFA40C – Apply advanced Resuscitation Techniques
This course provides participants with the skills and knowledge to safely and effectively perform life-saving resuscitation via the use of Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) devices as well as other resuscitation techniques and mechanical resuscitation devices.
Advanced resuscitation covers the use of AED’s, the use Oxygen tanks and Oxygen administration, bag-valve CPR masks among other equipment.
This course also covers legislation and WH&S guidelines, to be sure that participants know and understand the legal consequences of their actions whilst conducting emergency advanced resuscitation.
The Advanced Resuscitation Course consists of:
- Resuscitation techniques – including face mask
- Use of AED (defibrillation machines)
- Appropriate use of oxygen apparatus
- Use of airways clearing equipment
- Use of mechanical resuscitation equipment
- Appropriate care of resuscitation equipment
- Legal responsibilities
- Paperwork required after an incident
1. Current general First Aid Certificate
Participants must hold a current HLTAID003 Provide First Aid or equivalent accredited certificate to be eligible to join this course
Upon Enrolment, students will be given access to our online resources on the Training Aid Australia website. Participants must complete the online theory workbooks and submit a declaration online before arrival to the training venue. Failure to complete these workbooks will result in participants being refused entry into the training session.
Participants are expected to arrive at the training venue 15 minutes before the course starts, so that general First Aid certificates can be sighted and IDs and payments can be checked. Failure to arrive at the very latest 20 minutes after the scheduled start time of the course will result in participants being refused entry.
4. Evidence of Identity
Participants must provide at least one form of valid identification (e.g. passport, driver’s license, proof of age card, student card etc.) on the day of training to be allowed entry into the course.
5. Basic understanding of the English Language
Participants must have a sound basic understanding of the English language in order to complete the course. The Trainer on the day reserves the right to refuse entry to any participants based on the outcome of the Language, literacy and Numeracy test which is available to all participants.
Upon completion of the course, and after being assessed as competent in all practical and theory based components, participants will receive a nationally accredited certificate HLTAID001 & HLTAID007 Provide Advanced Resuscitation, valid for 12 months.
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