HLTAID003 Accredited First Aid Course for 1 ($49) or 2 People ($89) at Alpha Beta College Australia (Up to $198 Value)
$49 for an HLTAID003 accredited first aid course for one person (total value up to $99)
$89 for an HLTAID003 accredited first aid course for two people (total value up to $198)
About the HLTAID003 first aid course
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to provide a first aid response to a casualty. The unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide a first aid response in a range of situations, including community and workplace setting. This course was also previously known as Apply First Aid, Senior First Aid, or Level 2.
The course is fully accredited nationally recognised training. This qualification can be used in all states and territories throughout Australia.
This qualification is considered the industry standard for a range of workplace roles and employment categories. It is also required for people considering entry into the police force, corrective services, ambulance service and/or to study nursing. It is the minimum qualification for workplace First Aid Officers.
The course is conducted face to face in a classroom-based learning environment over one day. Participants will need to complete a pre-course theory learning and assessment over eight hours and attend for at least six and a half hours (including breaks) from 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at one of the training venues in Sydney.
Participants will conduct a range of simulated activities, working in small groups. Please be sure to wear closed-end shoes. A written assessment will need to be completed at the end of the course for competency to be granted. Throughout the day attendees will also complete formative activities leading up to the final assessment.
- Responding to an emergency situation
- Casualty assessment and reporting
- Duty of care and consent
- How to seek assistance and contact emergency services
- Performing cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
- Operate an automated external defibrillator (AED)
- Debriefing and psychological impact
- Anaphylaxis and severe allergic reaction
- Trauma and wound control
- Choking and airway obstruction
- Envenomation (bites and stings)
- Fractures and soft tissue injury
- Asthma and respiratory distress
- Epilepsy and seizures
- Abdominal injuries
- Burns and scalds
- Cardiac conditions
- Head, neck and spinal injuries
- Use of an auto-injector EpiPen
- Use of an auto inhaler and spacing device