HLTAID003/11 Provide First Aid [RTO/UoC Wollongong First Aid 40833]


February 8, 2021

Provide First Aid – HLTAID003/11 [RTO/UoC Wollongong First Aid 40833]

The Provide First Aid training course includes three (3) Units of Competence
which include:

• HLTAID001/9- Provide CPR
• HLTAID002/10- Provide basic emergency life support
• HLTAID003/11- Provide First Aid

This course will teach you the skills, knowledge and techniques required to:
• Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
• Recognise and respond to life-threatening emergencies
• Provide a first aid response to a casualty in a range of situations

The course applies to everyone who may be required to provide CPR and or perform first aid in an emergency situation.


Real time feed back manikins
Real time feed back manikins.


The course includes
• Perform CPR (with real time feedback from our state of the art manikins)
• Access and operate an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
• Provide first aid
• Complete an incident report
• Participate in a variety of first aid scenarios

Suitable For: Learners who prefer to complete an online component in their own time, prior to attending a 1 day in-class practical component.

Course duration: approximately 3-4 hours to complete the online section followed by 1 day in-class practical assessments.
Fee: $109*

*Fee Includes: Learning and physical resources, statement of attainment and a basic first aid kit and resuscitation mask to keep

* A minimum of eight (8) participants are required for group bookings for this course.



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Pre-requisite: Nil

Entry requirements:
1. Learners will be required to provide their Unique Student Identifier (USI) number prior to the commencement of the course (usi.gov.au to register).
2. Learners will require sufficient language and literacy skills to complete the online component and write a report of an incident.
3. Learners must have the necessary health and fitness to carry out the assessment requirements which are to complete continuous 2 minutes of CPR on an adult manikin kneeling on the floor and 2 minutes of continuous CPR on an infant manikin. Some learners may find the physical aspects of this training strenuous. Please discuss any injuries or physical limitations, with the RTO staff prior to enrollment.
4. Learners MUST complete a series of pre-course online training modules (via an online portal that may take 3-4 hrs to complete) prior to attendance of the classroom phase of the course.
5. Due to the nature of the course learners are required to wear comfortable and loose fitting attire including; enclosed flat shoes, slacks and loose fitting shirt/t-shirt for both males and females.

On Enrollment: The learner will be provided with their online learning
website account where they can create an account and enrol into the online course. The learner is then able to progress through the modules in their own time. Approximate 3-4 hrs to complete.

The learner will move through and complete each online training module. Email or call the Training Department for support to complete the online component. Once all modules and the knowledge assessment have been completed, the learner will be provided with a certificate of completion (COC), for download. Learners can only progress to the face to face practical session of the course by providing a hard copy or digital image of the COC to the course trainer. This is mandatory requirement and learners will not be allowed to progress to the practical phase unless trainers have sighted evidence of completion (whether hard copy or electronic verification).

The face-to-face session will be delivered over a 1 day period, through practical training and assessment tasks.
Learners will complete skill-based assessments to establish competency. The trainer will support learners and make adjustments to ensure the learner has every opportunity to achieve competence. On successful completion of the practical assessments (final assessments) the learner will receive a Statement of Attainment (SOA) for the following units of competence:

• HLTAID001/9 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
• HLTAID002/10 – Provide basic emergency life support
• HLTAID003/11 – Provide first aid

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

Certification: On successful completion of the course, learners will be provided with a Statement of Attainment that includes the following:

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

Course content includes:
All components are accessed via theory and/or practical demonstration by the participant
• DRSABCD procedure
• Principles & legalities of First Aid
• Responding to an emergency
• Assessment for unconsciousness
• Moving the casualty
• CPR including use of a defibrillator (AED)
• 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

Support services:
A reasonable level of spoken and written English and numeracy are required to complete this course.

In order to complete this course, you must be able to:
• Give a clear verbal report of an incident
• Understand verbal instructions
• Read and understand written instructions
• Write a first aid report

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 of numeracy, please contact the office ahead of the scheduled course to determine what assistance may be available to you.

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