HLTAID003/11 Provide First Aid


February 8, 2021

HLTAID003/11 Provide First Aid


This unit illustrates the expertise and knowledge required to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). You will gain knowledge and confidence to perform CPR (artificial respiration) for adults, children, and infants in several situations, including community and workplace settings. It describes alternative methods of CPR and how to handle drowning people. 


First Aid In the Workplace


Participants who complete First Aid Pro HLTAID003 will meet minimum first aid requirements in several industries. 


West Coast First Aid Training HLTAID003 Provide First Aid course is perfect for a participant in teaching, nursing, healthcare, fitness, personal trainers, and many other professional organizations who need the following nationally recognized and accredited units of competence.


The Provide First aid training consists of three units of competence including: 



West Coast is the leader in first aid training, the most trusted training organization across Australia.


What does this course teach you?


This course will teach you the expertise, knowledge, and techniques needed to 

  • Perform CPR 
  • Recognize and respond to life-threatening emergencies 
  • Provide first aid to victims in a variety of situations. 


The course applies to anyone who may be required to perform CPR or first aid in an emergency.


Learning areas include: 


  • Participants approach all components through theoretical or practical demonstrations. 
  • Access and control of an automated external defibrillator (AED) 
  • Complete incident reporting 
  • Participate in many first aid scenarios types activities
  • DRSABCD procedure
  • Principles & legalities of First Aid
  • Responding to an emergency
  • Assessment for unconsciousness
  • Moving the casualty
  • Treatment of Illness
  • Cardiac emergencies
  • Bleeding and Wounds
  • Dressings and bandages
  • Hyperthermia & Hypothermia
  • Burns and scalds
  • Poisoning
  • Reporting of accidents
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Bites, stings, and envenomation
  • Allergic Reactions and anaphylaxis
  • Crush injuries
  • Choking
  • Diabetes
  • Dislocations and fractures
  • Drowning
  • Eye and ear injuries
  • Epilepsy and febrile convulsions
  • Head, neck, and spinal injuries


Course Duration : 


Our HLTAID003 courses run approximately 3-4 hours to complete the online section, followed by a 1-day in-class practical assessment.


During the 3-4 hour class, participants will complete:


  • Hands-on (Practical) demonstrations)
  • Theoretical assessment 


Training sessions led by key industry experts and friendly first aid technicians, experienced people will cover all requirements, knowledge, and practical training for first aid. 


Course Fee Includes : 


  • Physical and educational resources
  • Record of achievement
  •  Fundamental knowledge of first aid kit and resuscitation mask to keep.


Course Fee: $109*


A minimum of eight participants is required to book this course as a group. 


We take learning sessions in small groups. So, you get one-on-one trainer support as per your need.


First Aid Course Requirements


Since our HLTAID003 First Aid course includes both knowledge and practical elements, participants must meet the following criteria to get admitted into the session:


  • Learners will be required to provide their Unique Student Identification Number (USI) before the commencement of the course (usi.gov.au for registration). 
  • Must be able to use literacy and math skills to read, interpret and apply instructions and protocols as needed. (e.g., Read and follow ARC instructions) 
  • Must be physically able to perform at least 2 minutes of continuous CPR for one rescuer on a firm surface on the floor.
  • Learners must complete a series of pre-course online training modules through an online portal that may take 3-4 hrs to complete before the classroom phase of the course starts.
  • Learners need to wear comfortable attire like enclosed flat shoes, slacks, and loose-fitting shirts/t-shirts for males and females.


Support Services


This course requires a reasonable level of written and spoken English and good numeracy skills. 


 For this course completion, you must be able to: 

  • Give a clear verbal report of the incident
  • Understand oral or verbal instructions 
  • Read and understand written instructions 
  •  Write first aid reports




At West Coast First Aid Training, we pride ourselves on offering high-quality training and exceptional customer service. We always make sure that all participants who complete our HLTAID003 Provide First Aid course are issued their fully nationally accredited certificate. 


Upon completion of the course, you will be given a Statement of Achievement confirming that you have completed the training and demonstrated proficiency in HLTAID003 Provide First Aid, including the content of :


  • HLTAID001/9 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
  • HLTAID002/10 – Provide fundamental emergency life support
  • HLTAID003/11 – Provide first aid.


The course is suitable for busy people and workplaces. West Coast First Aid Training uses technology to deliver a high-quality First Aid training experience in a reduced amount of time.


Resulting in:


  • An interactive face-to-face and engaging live experience
  •  A faster and concise learning curve
  • Improved ability to learn during a real-life emergency, 
  • Delivering training effectively without compromising the quality of training
  • Get a certificate after completion of the training.


Your First Aid Certificate is valid for a period of three years. The CPR course component is authentic for 12 months and must be renewed annually for your certificate to remain valid.


Booking and Additional Information 


Call us at 0418 909 935 to sign up for a first aid training or complete the booking form by visiting https://wcfat.com.au/.



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