HLTAID001 PROVIDE CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (NATIONALLY RECOGNISED TRAINING)
HLTAID001 Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a unit of competence that is nationally recognised across Australia. This means that if you successfully complete all of the course requirements you will receive a Statement of Attainment. Training sessions are run over 2 hours.
Eligible CPD Points - 2
To be eligible to enrol in this program you must have completed CPR in the last 2 years and have evidence to support your learning. This is because our program has been designed as a refresher and as such, is run over a shorter duration. You must also be a healthcare professional as all scenarios and simulations have been contextualised to the healthcare setting.
HLTAID001 Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation requires a certain amount of physical fitness to complete some assessment requirements. Please see below physical fitness requirements.
HLTAID001 Assessment Requirements
• complete at least 2 minutes of uninterrupted CPR on an adult and infant mannequin which has been placed on the floor (total of 4-6 minutes).
• respond to clinical scenarios and treat casualties who are on the floor
• and, roll mannequins/people into the recovery position
NOTE: Students who are unable to complete the assessment requirement will receive a Certificate of Attendance and not a Statement of Attainment
You will learn and be assessed on how to;
· Identify a casualty who needs immediate first aid and/or CPR
· Keep yourself and others safe by assessing and minimising identified hazards/ dangers and using safe manual handling techniques
· Seek help quickly
· Perform CPR on an adult and infant
· Manage a person who is breathing but unconscious
· Use an automated external defibrillator sometimes called an AED
· Communicate what you have seen, heard, and done to emergency personnel and your Workplace Supervisor
You will know;
· Common terms
· Guidelines, regulations, and requirements and where to find them
· Basic anatomy and physiology relating to CPR
· What to consider when performing CPR
· How to recognise if a person is not breathing properly and is unconscious
In the case of CPR, it is important that we check what you know and can do. Our assessment process is simple. We will ask you some questions (written questions), watch you run through the CPR Algorithm on a mannequin (baby and adult) and complete an incident report . If assessments scare you don’t worry, you will have plenty of time to prepare and practice before you are assessed.
2020 NSW Course Dates
2021 NSW Course Dates
January 11, January 25, March 1, April 6, April 19, June 1, June 28, August 30, October 5, October 18,
Your Rights and Responsibilities
This unit is Nationally Recognised Training.