✔ Nationally Accredited Certification
✔ Meets Workplace Requirements
✔ Same-Day Certificate
✔ 2 hrs Face to Face + eLearning
The Certification in this course covers the information and skills needed to do successful CPR first aid training. How to assess and manage a first aid situation, learning about automatic external defibrillators or an AED and how to use them. Learning your legal responsibilities as a First Aider and the DRSABCD process. Provide CPR training by First Aid Course Experts (FACE) is in line with and adhering to the Australian Resuscitation Council or ARC guidelines.
|Course Title:||Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation|
|Method of Teaching:||A blend of online learning and face-to-face first aid training|
|Duration:||The training provided by FACE is a blend of an online portion or e-learning that can be completed at the participant’s own pace. The e-learning is to be completed before face-to-face training commences. This portion can be done in one sitting or multiple sessions online. Overall, it should take approximately two and a half hours to complete. The in-person part of the course assessment takes two hours of classroom time to complete.|
|Assessment:||Written and practical scenario-based assessment|
|Age Requirement:||Any participant training in first aid must be over the age of 14|
|Certificate Valid:||1 year upon course completion and a review every 12 months is recommended for CPR training Certifications.|
This CPR course covers the skills and knowledge in the following:
This CPR course is for students with or without prior experience who are ready to learn and comfortable in a blended delivery setting.
Assessment criteria require students to correctly perform 2 or more minutes of continuous CPR on an adult-sized manikin that will be placed on the floor. If there are any physical limitations that would affect your ability to complete this portion of the course, please contact us to discuss it prior to booking your course.
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CPR certificate should be redone every 12 months
No. CPR qualifications provide training in CPR covering the units of competency HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation, which includes operating an AED. However, other first-aid qualifications covering the units of competency HLTAID011 Provide First Aid covers topics like bandaging techniques and managing severe bleeds, poisonings, and other conditions like diabetes, anaphylaxis, asthma, seizures, strokes, and more. Are taught alongside CPR in a Provide First Aid Course also available with FACE.
The CPR qualification lasts up to a year upon unit completion and should be refreshed every 12 months.