February 5, 2021

HLTAID009 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) [RTO/UoC Wollongong First Aid 40833]

The Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation HLTAID001/9 training course will develop the theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the lifesaving techniques of CPR on an adult and an infant. It includes the use of a defibrillator (AED) and is a nationally recognised VET qualification.

The HLTAID009 course is suitable for anyone who needs a CPR qualification for their job or workplace.

Course Duration 1 hour online plus: 2 hours – $60 [wp_cart_button name=”Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)” price=”60.00″]

Delivery Mode: Face to face

Pre-requisites: Nil

Entry requirements:

  • Reasonable level (AQF level 3) of spoken and written English (link to LLN assessment)
  • An adequate level of physical fitness to enable completion of practical components of course

Minimum Age Requirements: Nil although the participant must be able to interact in an adult learning environment

Statement of Attainment that includes the following unit of competence:
HLTAID009 – Provide Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (valid for one (1) year)

Fee Includes: Learning and physical resources, statement of attainment

Course content includes:
All components are accessed via theory and/or practical demonstration by the participant

  • DRSABCD procedure
  • Principles & legalities of CPR
  • Responding to an emergency
  • Assessment for unconsciousness
  • Moving the casualty
  • Chain of survival
  • Infection control

Support services: A reasonable level of spoken and written English is required to complete this course. Reasonable adjustments can be made to certain aspects of the course without affecting the outcomes required. If you believe you require assistance with language, literacy or numeracy, please contact the office ahead of the scheduled course to determine what assistance may be available to you.

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