Within the Guidelines of Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC), this course educates the individuals to acquire the knowledge and skill essential for performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Mainly developed for the established workers in the industry, this course focuses on the personnel’s requiring CPR training as proposed by the ARC in areas such as breathing circulation and maintenance in an infant, child or an adult in the aftermath of cardiac arrest though theoretical and practical demonstration.
This course covers the basic necessity for compliance within a workplace which offers students sets of knowledge and skills essential for providing first aid response, casualty managements, life support and various other aiding techniques (both practical and theoretical) up until the arrival of appropriate qualified help in the respective scenario.
This course is compatible for covering the knowledge and skill required by individuals (specially targeting educators and support staffs) to act upon the instance of accident or injury in the Education or Care institutions for adults, children and infants. It is the perfect course containing no preconditions especially for individuals having no experience on first aid training before hand while also fulfilling the basic requirement course for first aiders residing within any workplace. The exercises are commenced through group efforts through simulations of scenarios using members in scenarios such implementing proper recovery positions, application of slings and bandages, appropriate use and Asthma puffers as well as demonstration of CPR through mannequins.