Blueroom is Real Response’s bespoke mixed reality training platform, designed for organisations to train hard skills in simulated complex environments. With our mission control interface, trainers can orchestrate scenarios, track participant’s actions and monitor their biometrics in real time, ensuring a training experience that’s as rigorous as it is revolutionary.
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Real Response has experienced trainers available in most capital cities and regional centres and the ability to run our most popular courses online via zoom with training equipment delivered to your site.
Provide Advanced First Aid, previously known as HLTAID006 Level 3 First Aid, is designed for those seeking a more comprehensive and deeper understanding of first aid events and emergencies. The expectation is that participants leave capable of conducting a complete assessment of a casualty and begin steps for treatment.
English Literacy, Physical Ability – Able to Perform CPR on the Floor for 2 Minutes, Internet Connection
2-4 Hours Online Precourse Work
2 Day (16 Hours) Face-to-Face
• All the elements covered inProvide First Aid and;
• Use of a bag valve mask
• Spinal Immobilisation
• Emergency Child Birth
• Drug overdoses
Provide Advanced First Aid, and Advanced Resuscitation is a comprehensive course design for those seeking a more comprehensive and deeper understanding of first aid events and emergencies. Participants will learn to conduct a complete assessment of a casualty and begin treatment steps, including using oxygen during resuscitation.
This course focuses on PUAEME008 - Provide Pain Management, an essential unit for those in medically supervised first responder roles. It is designed to equip participants with the skills to administer restricted analgesics for effective pain management in emergency situations. The course is ideal for environments where immediate pain relief is crucial and must be administered safely and effectively.
The Provide Pain Management course (PUAEM008) is designed for those who may be required to administer analgesia (pain relief) during their duties as a first aider.
Most first aiders are not required to provide pain management due to the close proximity of ambulance resources or definitive care at hospital. However, remote environments or high risk industries may choose to provide their first aiders with pain relief medications such as Paracetamol, Methoxyflurane or Ibuprofen. This course develops the skills of how to assess pain and administer a pain relief medications when clinically indicated while maintaining the legal requirements of the use of such medications.