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Courses We Provide

CLEVER FIRST AID

As a basic rule…

HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) – is completed every 12 months by anyone wishing to keep their CPR skills current, normally a requirement for workplaces.

HLTAID002 Provide Basic Emergency Life Support – is completed for personal use for basic first aid skills every 3 years.

HLTAID003 Provide First Aid – is completed by those requiring first aid for their workplace every 3 years.

HLTAID004 Provide an emergency response in an education and care setting – is completed by childcare workers and early childhood employees every 3 years, this is approved by ACECQA that it meets the anaphylaxis and asthma requirements.

HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

This course is often referred to as a “CPR refresher” and it is recommended by the Australian Resuscitation Council (the Australian Authority on First Aid in Australia) to be completed every 12 months to remain current. The course is completed online and in the classroom, there is a small component of independent online study which needs to be completed prior to attending the course and approximately 3 hours of face to face training.

Many workplaces require that this unit is completed annually and the full HLTAID003 completed every third year, or HLTAID004 every third year if you work in child services.

Our CPR training will provide you with the current Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) recommendations and practical coaching in performing CPR and Automated External Defibrillation (AED), our trainers are super supportive and try and make this process as relaxed as possible so hopefully you don’t actually feel like you are being assessed.

Topics covered include:

  • Responding to an emergency
  • Legal considerations
  • Performing CPR and using an AED on adults, children and infants
  • Safety aspects
  • The ARC guidelines
  • Some basic anatomy and physiology
  • Communicating details of the event

Assessment

Your training will include written assessments as well as practical CPR and AED assessment.

We understand just the word assessment gets some people stressed, but please don’t- we’re not scary, our training is to support you and give you the confidence to use these skills in the real world.

Prerequisites

To complete the online training component, students require access to a computer with internet connection.

Most students attending this course will already hold HLTAID003 or higher (completed in the last 3 years) as this is a common requirement of workplaces, however there is no official study prerequisite to this unit. This course is suitable for any person who requires current CPR training for their hobbies, volunteer work, personal life, sport or employment.

A reasonable level of literacy and numeracy is required to complete the online study and participate in the classroom teaching. Students will be required to demonstrate CPR on the floor which requires reasonable mobility.

HLTAID002 Provide basic emergency life support

This course is suitable for persons who wish to learn CPR and some basic first aid skills for their personal use. It may be suitable for low risk workplaces, it is not suitable for high risk workplaces, however most workplaces require HLTAID003.

It is recommended that this course is completed every 3 years and HLTAID001 Provide CPR completed every 12 months.

This course is completed online prior to attending the course and in the classroom, the classroom component takes approximately 4 hours

Topics covered include:

  • Responding to an emergency
  • Legal considerations
  • Performing CPR and using an AED on adults, children and infants
  • Safety aspects
  • The ARC guidelines
  • Some basic anatomy and physiology
  • Communicating details of the event
  • Specific conditions including allergic reaction, anaphylaxis, bleeding control, cardiac conditions, choking, asthma, shock and stroke

Assessment

Your training will include written assessments, practical CPR and AED assessment, and a scenario assessment.

Prerequisites

To complete the online training component student’s require access to a computer and an internet connection.

There is no study prerequisite to this unit.

A reasonable level of literacy and numeracy is required to complete the online study and participate in the classroom teaching. Students will be required to demonstrate CPR on the floor which requires reasonable mobility.

HLTAID003 Provide first aid

This course is ideal for those who need first aid for their workplace or personal use, it is suitable for low and high risk workplaces and should be completed every 3 years, with CPR training annually.This course consists of one day of online training and one day of classroom training. Students are required to complete independent online study and submit their work prior to attending the face to face training day. The online component can be done over several sessions and the classroom training takes approximately 6 hours.Topics covered include:

  • Responding to an emergency
  • Legal considerations
  • Performing CPR and using an AED on adults, children and infants
  • Safety aspects
  • The ARC guidelines
  • Some basic anatomy and physiology
  • Communicating details of the event
  • Specific conditions including allergic reaction, anaphylaxis, bleeding control, cardiac conditions, choking, asthma, shock, stroke, diabetes, fractures, seizures, and soft tissue injuries
  • Evaluating an incident

Assessment

Includes written assessment, practical CPR and AED assessment and practical scenario assessment.

Prerequisites

To complete the online training component, students require access to a computer with internet connection. There is no study prerequisite to this unit. A reasonable level of literacy and numeracy is required to complete the online study and participate in the classroom teaching. Students will be required to demonstrate CPR on the floor which requires reasonable mobility.

HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting.

This course is ideal for childcare workers including long day care, family day care, pre-schools and after-school care.This is a two-day course where day one is delivered online. There is some work you need to complete online before you can attend day two where the training is face to face and delivered over approximately 8 hours.

Boat & Jet Ski Licence

Victorian Marine Licence and Personal Watercraft (Jetski) Endorsement Training

This is a four (4) hour course (including assessment) in the compulsory Victorian Marine Licence (Boat) & PWC (Jetski) endorsement. This is the course you would complete if you want to get your Victorian Boat Licence with / or without the PWC (Jetski) endorsement.

Marine Licence Course Breakdown

The first 30 minutes of this course is for registration and enrolment. The next 3 hours is a training presentation, with suitable breaks, which includes revision. The last 30 minutes is for Marine Licence Test and PWC (Jetski) endorsement test. We do not adhere strictly to the time allowed for testing. It’s a guide only. If students require more time to complete the test, more time will be allowed.

What do I do once I pass?

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be presented with a certificate (at the completion of the course) to take to VicRoads where they will be required to present the certificate, pay the scheduled licence fees for a 5-year licence and have their photograph taken. There is no requirement to make a booking with VicRoads to obtain your licence once you have a certificate from us.

Just remember the certificate we give you is not a licence. You need to attend a VicRoads office or accredited VicRoads agent (some council offices are accredited VicRoads Agents) to present the certificate, pay the licence fees and have your photograph taken before you are licenced.

Language, literacy and numeracy

All Applicants for entry into our courses must have language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skills of a suitable level to allow them to engage with the course materials and have a high probability of achieving the intended course outcomes. This will be assessed through the use of an LLN assessment tool at the application stage, prior to the Applicant being offered entry into the course.

Academic Support

If you feel you would struggle to perform some of the above course requirements in regards to literacy and numeracy or a physical or social disability, please contact us to discuss how we can make our training right for you!