HLTAID006/HLTAID014 Advance First Aid
HLTAID014 Provide Advanced First Aid
(7hrs + online theory)
HLTAID014 Provide advanced first aid (now replacing HLTAID006)
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7hrs plus pre-course online theory. Allow 7.75hrs (includes registration and meal break)
This is an advanced specialty course generally completed by those who possess excellent skills and knowledge of first aid. This course applies to workers who may be required to provide, coordinate and manage a first aid response across a range of complex situations, including community and workplace settings.
Skills obtained include:
- bag-valve-mask ventilation in a 2 rescuer procedure
- manual handling techniques
- use of an AED
- haemostratic dressings
- and apply various first aid techniques
The course includes HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation and HLTAID010 Provide basic emergency life Support and HLTAID011 Provide first aid. Read more about this program in our course information sheet.
- Discount courses from $180 per person (RRP $270)
- Phone bookings incur an additional surcharge fee of $20
- An A4 hard copy of your qualification can be posted to you after your class for an additional fee of $15
- A credit card size plastic card can be posted to after your class for an additional fee of $15
- For all special needs, policies and fees refer to the Student Handbook on our Learners Page
At CPR First Aid we believe in providing quality first aid courses at student prices for all. We keep our overheads low so we can offer affordable first aid courses to everyone. Because we have so many amazing learners we are able to offer courses at a smaller profit margin without compromising the quality of the training. After training over 70,000 courses last year we value and appreciate offering our service to the community.
For all course locations for this course, see our locations page.
- A Statement of Attainment in HLTAID014 Provide advanced first aid (including HLTAID009, HLTAID010 and HLTAID011)
- Your statement (certificate) will be emailed upon successful completion after 7pm the same day, or next business day if the class runs on a weekend
Whilst there are no pre-requisites for enrolling in this course, there are pre-course requirements. All participants are required to complete pre-course theory prior to attending their class. Participants are also required to have a minimum level of Literacy & Numeracy to be allowed admittance to this course. Further information is provided in the student handbook.
You can read all about the course and the assessment requirements on the course information sheet.
You can read all about the level 2 course and how it works in the attached pdf document. The official descriptor including learning content can be found at http://training.gov.au/Training/Details/HLTAID014.
Performance Evidence (Practical Session)
The candidate must show evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the job role.
There must be evidence that the candidate has completed the following tasks in line with state/territory regulations, first aid codes of practice, Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines and workplace procedures:
followed DRSABCD in line with ARC guidelines, including:
- performed at least 2 minutes of uninterrupted single rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) (5 cycles of both compressions and ventilations) on an adult resuscitation manikin placed on the floor
- performed at least 2 minutes of uninterrupted single rescuer CPR (5 cycles both compressions and ventilations) on an infant resuscitation manikin placed on a firm surface
- performed at least 2 minutes of Bag-valve-mask ventilation and at least 2 minutes of compression during a two rescuer procedure on an adult resuscitation manikin placed on the floor
- responded appropriately in the event of regurgitation or vomiting
- managed the unconscious breathing casualty
- followed the prompts of a Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
- followed single rescue procedure, including the demonstration of a rotation of operators with minimal interruptions to compressions
responded to at least three simulated first aid scenarios contextualised to the candidate’s workplace/community setting, including:
- demonstrated safe manual handling techniques
- conducted a visual and verbal secondary survey assessment of the casualty
- assessed vital signs (respirations, pulse and temperature)
- communicated effectively with a first aid team providing direction and coordination of other first aiders
- post-incident debrief and evaluation
- provided an accurate verbal and written report of the incident
applied first aid procedures for the following:
- allergic reaction
- bleeding control
- choking and airway obstruction
- conducted a basic triage for multiple casualty incident
- envenomation (using pressure immobilisation)
- fractures, sprains and strains (using arm slings, roller bandages or other appropriate immobilisation principles)
- head, neck and spinal injuries (using immobilisation principles)
- respiratory distress - including asthma
- seizures - including epilepsy
- located and interpreted workplace policies and procedures
Knowledge Evidence (Online Theory & Practical Session)
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 provision of CPR and first aid
- guidelines of Australian national peak clinical bodies
- safe work practices to deal with risks and potential hazards including manual handling, hazardous substances, dangerous goods and chemicals
- infection control principles and procedures, including use of standard precautions
- requirements for currency of skill and knowledge
legal, workplace and community considerations including:
- awareness of potential need for stress-management techniques and available support following an emergency situation
- capabilities of emergency management services
- duty of care requirements
- importance of debriefing
- own skills and limitations
- legal requirements of administration of medication and the rights and responsibilities of the First Aider in the workplace regarding medication
- privacy and confidentiality requirements
- respectful behaviour towards a casualty
considerations when providing first aid including:
- airway obstruction due to body position
- appropriate duration and cessation of CPR
- appropriate use of an AED
- assessment and interpretation of vital signs, including respirations, temperature and pulse
- chain of survival
- how to conduct a visual and verbal secondary survey assessment of casualty
- priorities of management in first aid when dealing with life-threatening conditions
- procedures for dealing with casualties who are aged or infirmed
- procedures for dealing with major and minor accidents in the workplace
- procedures when providing first aid to children
- standard precautions
principles and procedures for first aid management of the following scenarios, including complications:
- abdominal injuries
- allergic reaction
- basic care of a wound
- bleeding control
- burns, including thermal, chemical, friction and electrical
- cardiac conditions, including chest pain
- choking and airway obstruction
- crush injuries
- emergency childbirth
- environmental impact including hypothermia, hyperthermia, dehydration and heat stroke
- eye and ear injuries
- febrile convulsions
- head, neck and spinal injuries
- levels of consciousness
- needle stick injuries
- poisoning and toxic substances
- respiratory distress, including asthma
- seizures, including epilepsy
- skin injuries
- soft tissue musculoskeletal, including injuries including sprains, strains, dislocations and fractures
- substance misuse, including common drugs and alcohol, including illicit drugs
basic anatomy and physiology relating to:
- how to recognise a person is not breathing normally
- chest, skeleton, joints and muscles
- response/level of consciousness
- upper airway and effect of positional change
- considerations in provision of first aid for specified conditions
- 7hr practical session, plus 15mins pre-course registration & 30 min lunch break. Allow 7.75hrs (9.45am-5.30pm, including breaks)
- Plus 4-8 hour multiple choice on-line home study, completed prior to your class
- Theory must be completed 24hrs prior to attending your class
Online Theory Component – Prior to your Class:
- Theory must be completed at least 24hrs prior to attending your scheduled class. Failure to complete theory prior to attending the class will result in your booking being cancelled and all monies forfeited. Trainers will be provided with the class list detailing theory completion results the day prior to the class.
- Learners will gain immediate access to the theory portal upon completion of their booking and payment, refer to your confirmation email for the link (please check junk mail folders or contact us if not received).
Practical Assessment Component:
- In your practical component you be required to complete 1 theory test (multiple choice questions) plus practical exercises, you will be assessed by your trainer and have to be marked as competent to pass for your qualification.
- Practical assessment are completed in groups, pairs or individually (depending on the assessment) and may involve putting people in the recovery position, applying bandages and practicing CPR on manikins on the floor.
- To receive a ‘Competent’ mark for this course all participants must be assessed conducting CPR on the floor with adult, child and infant manikins.
Please refer to our Learners page for other important information including assessment information and our terms and conditions.
Anyone with a fever or history of fever and acute respiratory infection (with at least one of the following symptoms: shortness of breath, cough, runny nose or sore throat) should also defer enrolment until they are well.