This program combines HLTAID005 Provide first aid in remote situations & HLTAID007 Provide advanced resuscitation.
(note: This combined rating automatically includes HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation – there is no need to book separately)
In this comprehensive course you will learn extensive knowledge and skills required to deal with emergency situations in remote locations and provide a First Aid response to a casualty requiring assistance where medical aid is delayed or unavailable. Designed for persons travelling to isolated areas or first aid officers operating in remote sites and communities, and who may be required to use specialised life saving equipment (ie oxygen units) to provide advanced resuscitation in a range of complex first aid situations (ie cattle stations, mine sites, national parks, marine parks).
- Remote considerations in the provision of first aid, including hazards, transporting and evacuating casualties, accessing emergency response services, communication systems, and environmental considerations
- Risk assessment, strategies for planning and preparation and addressing contingencies for working in remote locations
- Understand legal, workplace and community considerations
- Scene assessment & management, hazard and risk assessment of work environment
- Deploy resources, provide direction and coordination of other first aiders
- Casualty assessment
- Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation for Adult, Child & Infant
- Use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AEDs)
- Management of an unconscious breathing casualty
- Choking & Airway Obstruction
- Visual and verbal secondary assessment including monitoring and interpretation of clinical values for vital signs, including respirations, temperature and pulse
- Use of advanced resuscitation equipment including the following devices: pocket mask, freeflow masks, bag valve mask resuscitators, demand valves, manually triggered ventilators, suction devices, oropharyngeal airway device and the pulse oximeter
- Monitor and coordinate maintenance of equipment & diagnose faults
- Hazard assessment with use of oxygen
- Injuries, Illnesses and Envenomation
- Extreme environmental influences
- Serious bleeding management with use of tourniquet
- Basic triage for a multiple casualty incident
- Spinal management, safe manual handling, moving & lifting patients
- Emergency childbirth
- Administration of drugs and medication under medical direction including injection training
- Orientation to the Royal Flying Doctor Service Medical Chest
- Convey incident details to emergency services
2 days in class face to face. No mandatory pre-course study.
Written/oral questions, practical assessments, hazard and risk assessment & scenario based assessments.
For competency to be achieved, students must meet the benchmark assessment/evidence criteria for the units of competency as per www.training.gov.au. Refer to the Participant handbook for further information
All training material
First aid manual and key-ring face barrier
UNITS OF COMPETENCY
On successful completion you will be issued the following units of competency on an electronic Statement of Attainment:-
- HLTAID005 Provide first aid in remote situations
- HLTAID007 Provide advanced resuscitation
RECOMMENDED RECERTIFICATION PERIOD
Under the Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines, it is recommended that those trained in HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation refresh their skills every 12 months in line with industry standards. It is recommended recertification be undertaken every 3 years for HLTAID005 Provide first aid in remote situations.
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