You will receive hands on practice with a CPR mannekin, both adults and baby as well as actually using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), simulate bandaging eye injuries, broken bones and wound care. There will be some roleplay with scene and injury assessments.
This allows your workplace to meet its legal requirements in relation to the provision of first aid in the workplace.
It will provide you with an understanding on how to provide an emergency response in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.
CPR provided in this course is the same as CPR training all medical professionals receive.
- HLTAID011 - Provide First Aid
- HLTAID010 - Provide Basic Emergency Life Support
- HLTAID009 - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
- Basic Life Support DRSABCD’s
- CPR and AED
- Shock Management
- Airway Management – Asthma, choking, severe allergic reaction, hyperventilation
- Cardiac emergencies
- Seizures and convulsions
- Bleeding and wound care
- Burns and scalds
- Extremes of heat and cold
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Poisons and toxic substances
- Bites and stings
- Abdominal injuries
FACT courses are completed face to face at our training location 34 South Terrace Adelaide 5000. We provide the theory-based reading booklet (Learners Guide) as well as the pre course study requirements which can be found in the confirmation email which is sent on the completion of booking.
To ensure the integrity of our process we will require proof of the photo ID that you used to confirm your enrolment on the final day (your booking date) and the completion of all pre-study and knowledge requirements.
Students are required to be competent in written and spoken English and must declare that they have the Language, Literacy and Numeracy skills required prior to booking. The course is an entry-level course, aimed at level 2-3 of the Australian Qualifications Framework (Certificate 2-3 level
). There is a requirement to be able to read, understand and explain first aid terminology, provide first aid in accordance with the Guidelines from the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC), codes of practice, policies and procedures, etc. There is a basic level of numeracy required for calculating the ratio of compressions and breaths, identifying and recognising numbers. There is a large amount of theory covered online using the Learner Guide and PowerPoint presentation, ARC Guidelines, legislation, etc. provided. This requires the student to be able to read and understand information that can at times be complex so that I can be later relied upon for practical implementation. The student's ability to memorise all of this information is not required for this purpose, they just need to be able to recall and read what is sometimes complex information. The LLN requirements of this course do not exceed those of a standard workplace or community setting for a person providing first aid.
To allow this course to completed within the expected duration and your course agreement, we require pre-course study to be completed. Once you book in to the course you will receive the online student materials which will help you complete the pre course requirements.
If you have completed first aid training before this will be a good refresher.
A PDF certificate with email security will be emailed to your personal email address (supplied by you) upon successful completion of all training, assessment and administrative requirements. Some conditions will apply including the completion of the USI.
The Student USI and pre-course study must be completed prior to the start of the day that you have booked to complete the practical training and assessment or we can not guarantee you will be able to complete the practical training on the day.
The course overall course duration is up to 20.5 hours with up to 12 hours of pre-study. The practical training and assessment will take place over a timeframe of up to 8.5 hours. The registration and check in time is from 08:00am and the practical training and assessment commences at 08:30am sharp.
Course Locations in Adelaide, SA
34 South Tce Adelaide 5000
08 7226 5936
Our trainers are highly qualified and have experience in the Construction, Mining, Civil and even recreational sectors. They will make the Provide First Aid course interesting and relevant to your needs.
All students must provide origanal photo ID which can be either Passport or Australian Drivers licence/Proof of Age. Medicare Card will also be required if a drivers licence is used.
Any student using an International Passport as a form of ID will have the Passport checked using VEVO (Visa Entitlement Verifcation Online) as required.
$97 Per Person. NO CITB Funding eligibility available.
The following course will delivered and the Statement of Attainment will be issued by AKBartlett PTY LTD T/A First Aid Certification and Training.