HLTAID001 – PROVIDE CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR TRAINING)
This course is available for onsite training anywhere in Brisbane, Springwood, Logan, Gold Coast, Redlands, Browns Plains, Hemmant
$60.00 per person
(Public courses delivered @ SPRINGWOOD TRAINING FACILITY)
Alibi Training Facility –
8 Dennis Road, Springwood QLD 4123
Call us Today: 0423 597 744 (08:30am – 05:00pm)
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CPR training is for everyone! We should all know how to save a life. This CPR Training Course (HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation), applies to all workers who may be required to provide CPR, in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings. Specific licensing / regulatory requirements relating to this competency, including requirements for refresher training should be obtained from the relevant national/state/territory Work Health and Safety Regulatory Authorities. This ‘Unit of Competency’ is NATIONALLY RECOGNISED.
This course is also a requirement for electrician’s to maintain licensing compliance and compulsory with a Electrical License Renewal application. This course is often combined with Low Voltage Rescue (LVR) Training – UETTDRRF06 Perform Rescue from a LIVE LV Panel.
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines.
Yes, our Nationally Recognised Training have exactly the same learning outcomes as other providers. For example our Provide First Aid Course content is the same as any other accredited first aid provider, the difference is in the method and style we use to deliver the training. We consider ourselves educators not trainers, who just deliver verbatim.
It is a requirement that parent/guardian create the USI (Unique Student Identifier) for students under the age of 18 to be able to participate in a course. .
What Skills & Knowledge Will I Get From This Course (HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)?
There must be demonstrated evidence that the candidate has completed the following tasks at least once in line with state/ territory regulations, first aid codes of practice, ARC guidelines and workplace procedures:
Conducted a hazard assessment and identified strategies to minimise risk
Demonstrated safe manual handling techniques
Assessed airway, breathing and responsiveness of casualty
Performed at least two minutes of uninterrupted CPR on both an adult and an infant resuscitation manikin placed on the floor, demonstrating the following techniques on each:
- checking for response and normal breathing
- recognising abnormal breathing
- opening and clearing the airway
- using correct hand location, compression depth rate in line with the ARC recommended ratio of compressions and ventilations
- acting in the event of regurgitation or vomiting
- following single rescuer procedure, including the demonstration of a rotation of operators with minimal interruptions to compressions
Followed the prompts of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
Provided an accurate verbal report of the incident
Responded to at least one simulated resuscitation scenario contextualised to the candidate’s workplace/community setting.
The candidate must be able to demonstrate essential knowledge required to effectively complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the work role. This includes knowledge of:
State/territory regulations, first aid codes of practice and workplace procedures including:
- ARC Guidelines relevant to the provision of CPR
- safe work practices to minimise risks and potential hazards
- infection control principles and procedures including use of standard precautions
- requirements for currency of skill and knowledge
Legal, workplace and community considerations, including:
- need for stress-management techniques and available support following an emergency situation
- duty of care requirements
- respectful behaviour towards a casualty – own skills and limitations
- privacy and confidentiality requirements
- importance of debriefing
Considerations when providing CPR, including: – airway obstruction due to body position
- appropriate duration and cessation of CPR – appropriate use of an AED
- chain of survival
- standard precautions
Basic anatomy and physiology relating to:
- absence of normal breathing
- anatomy of the external chest
- physiology relating to response/consciousness
- upper airway anatomy and effect of positional change.
What Are The Assessment Methods For This Course (HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)?
All assessment materials will be mapped by Alibi Training Australia to the Unit of Competency, ensuring all training requirements of the performance criteria, range of variables, underpinning skills and knowledge are addressed, utilising the following:.
- In class quiz (18 multi choice questions)
- Performance Activities and Scenarios contextualised to the target audience are used to closely simulate the specific industry environment and ensure that students are engaged in a range of activities that reflect real work experience. This is further detailed in the context, conditions, resources and assessment requirements information that are outlined in evidence gathering tools and tasks.
- Scenarios are clustered into sections and completed throughout the training
- There are mandatory skills within this Unit. The student is required to complete 2 minutes of adult CPR on a manikin on the floor. There is no room for reasonable adjustment as it is stated as what is required in the Training Package.
Where Can I Access A Copy Of The Training Package (HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)?
You can access a copy of the training package here
Is There Any Flexibility in the Assessment Methods (HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)?
Reasonable adjustment refers to flexibility in assessment approaches to account for individual learning needs, while still adhering to the assessment requirements of the relevant training package or VET accredited course.
- Whilst reasonable adjustments can be made in terms of the way in which evidence of performance is gathered, the evidence criteria for making competent/not yet competent decisions should not be altered in any way.
- If a student meets essential entry requirements, Alibi Training Australia must endeavour to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ necessary for them to complete their course work or demonstrate competency. This may include adjusting the physical environment, student learning materials or the manner that a theory test is completed.
- In most situations, a student with a disability will be able to tell Alibi Training Australia what they need to be able to study.
- If necessary, Alibi Training Australia will seek advice from disability areas within government departments or organisations that represent or provide services to people with a disability.
This Unit of Competency contains mandatory skills that cannot be modified as a reasonable adjustment. The student is required to complete 2 minutes of adult CPR on a manikin on the floor. There is no room for reasonable adjustment as it is stated as what is required in the Training Package.
Amount of Training:
As with all Unit of Competencies this training is centred on demonstrated competence against industry-defined standards of performance. Competency-based training is the concept that individuals learn at different rates as well as through different modes and different environments and that the skills and knowledge that a student has acquired previously are able to be formally recognised.
- Students New to the Training – This target group may require a longer time-frame than for those students with significant training/industry experience.
- Students with Previous Training and/or Experience similar to this Course – This target group is where recognition or any prior learning is identified, presenting an opportunity to provide a shorter time frame
In accordance with the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, has Nationally-Agreed-Hours set at 4 hours, Alibi Training Australia regularly delivers this course in less time, based on the following:
- Many candidates must update CPR annually (Industry Requirements) and therefore only require refresher training, additionally in accordance with Australian Resuscitation guidelines First Aid qualifications should be re-certified every 3 years, therefore refresher training may only be required
- Alibi Training has enough training resources for all candidates to deliver performance evidence without sharing training resources.
- Our purpose-built training rooms offer natural lighting, air-conditioning and comfortable seating, creating an optimum learning environment.
- Alibi Training limits the number of class sizes to ensure individual candidates receive the expected training and achieve learning outcomes.
- Although breaks are scheduled into the training, when they are taken and the length is dependent on the clients attending the course.
The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has developed a fact sheet to help you to be fully informed about your decision to enrol into a course. This information can be found by clicking here.
A copy of the Student Agreement should be read before enrolling in this course.
The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) requires that students be aware of their rights and responsibilities once they have selected their training provider. By enrolling into any of our courses you are deemed to have accepted the terms and conditions outlined in our Student Handout Book.
All students will be required to show proof of identification at the commencement of the course.
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
Completing any vocational education course in Australia, it is a requirement for you to obtain and supply a USI. This is obtainable from usi.gov.au If a USI is not supplied and verified with usi.gov.au a certificate cannot be issued to you.
The RTO is required to:
- Have qualified trainers and assessors to deliver the training and assessment.
- Educational and support services to meet the needs of the student cohort/s undertaking the training and assessment.
- Learning resources to enable students to meet the requirements for each unit of competency.
- Facilities, whether physical or virtual, and equipment to accommodate and support the number of students undertaking the training and assessment.
Monitoring and improvement
Continuous improvement will occur through ongoing industry consultation, feedback from students, and feedback from clients. Feedback for this training program is collected through:-
- Employer questionnaire managed by the Alibi Training Australia head office.
- Every student is given the opportunity for post course survey and these survey results are available for both the trainer and RTO to view.
- Feedback is collected, analysed and actioned. Identified actions are documented.
The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has developed a fact sheet to allow you to be fully informed about your decision to enroll in a course of study. We recommend reading this information prior to enrolling. It is available by clicking here.
Reasonable adjustment can be made for learners with disability
participating in Vocational Education Training (VET). The following information
will help you to understand how reasonable adjustment works
WHAT IS REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT?
Reasonable adjustment means modifications or changes
that give you the same opportunities in training as a person without disability.
Adjustments need to be reasonable. That is, they need to consider the needs of everyone involved so that no one is disadvantaged. This includes you, other learners, your trainers and the impact on your training organisation (RTO).
- DOES NOT give you an advantage over others
- DOES NOT mean that course standards or outcomes will be changed for you– you will still need the basic knowledge and skills to do the course and will need to demonstrate competency in all tasks
- DOES NOT mean that you DO NOT have to follow the student rules
- DOES NOT give you a guarantee of successful course completion – you still need to do the work.
You will have a say in deciding what your reasonable
adjustment will be. The decision will take account of:
- Your needs, abilities and independence
- How and where your course will take place
- The types of reasonable adjustment and resources available.
Some examples of reasonable adjustment are:
- Books or learning materials in an alternative format; for example, audio, electronic, etc.
- Access to specialised software or equipment
- Assistance from a support person; for example, a note-taker or sign language interpreter
- Extra time to complete assessments.
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO
- Make sure you understand the theoretical and practical requirements of the course before you enrol.
- Find out about any professional association registration and industry licences that you will need for a job.
- Make sure you have the underpinning knowledge and skills for the course you want to do.
- Be aware that reasonable adjustment can take a significant time to organise and may need several meetings. The earlier you discuss your needs with your teacher and/or disability services officer the better.
- It’s your responsibility to make contact and request assistance
It is a difficult decision whether to tell someone about,
or disclose how your disability affects you. The main benefit of disclosing is
that the training facility RTO can then discuss with you whether reasonable
adjustment can help you in your course.
You can take someone with you when you meet with the
RTO. It could be a family member or case worker who can help you to explain your
Be prepared to give details and evidence about the nature
and impact of your disability. A medical and/or school report could be suitable.
Keep in mind the support that you may have used in
the past may not be appropriate in a new training environment. Discuss other
supports and try new things so that reasonable adjustment works for you.
Remember that reasonable adjustment is only reasonable
if it considers the needs of everyone involved. The type and amount of support will
be negotiated with you.
Keep in contact with the RTO. Your needs may change overtime
so your reasonable adjustment may also need to change.
Public Course Locations & Cost:
Our public CPR Courses take place throughout the year in Brisbane, Gold Coast and Logan. Most courses are scheduled for delivery at Alibi Training Facility – 8 Dennis Road, Springwood QLD 4123
- $60.00 / person for Public Course delivered at SPRINGWOOD.
- Day, Evening & Weekend Classes Available
For On-site Training:
Tell us your location and the number of participants, and we will provide you with a written quote to deliver this course in-house.
- For on-site training minimum numbers / cost apply
- Cost provided is inclusive of all resources / materials and GST
- All conference facilities, equipment, travel, food and accommodation are the financial responsibility of the client
- Course start and finish times are flexible for in-house training – just ask!
To book this course for in-house training CONTACT US or Call us Today – 0423 597 744
Participants who satisfactory demonstrate competency in both our theory and practical assessments will receive a Statement of Attainment – ‘Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) – Unit Code HLTAID001’, that is normally valid for one (1) year in line with ARC guidelines. This course relates to the Health Training Package.