Simulation Based First Aid Gallery
The advantage of enhanced simulation based first aid training has to be experienced to be fully appreciated. Real Response facilitators understood the benefit of simulation training from the get-go when the company was established in late 2014, and their desire to spread the word is contagious. Simulation training is a first aid and CPR training revolution in Australia, with Real Response quickly becoming an industry leader highly recommended by employers and industry experts. Simulation first aid training is here to stay and Real Response is leading the way.
Our simulation based first aid training methods are user-friendly and suitable for people of all ages. We encourage work groups, school groups, community groups and individuals to give it a try and experience the difference. Real Response embraces changes in the first aid training industry that increase life-saving potential for all first aiders. We also keep abreast of societal changes that attract the masses. For example, while most people use Go Pro cameras to take selfies and boast about their travels, we use the same technology to increase life saving potential. Check out our raw, unedited footage of real training exercises overseen by Real Response experts and you will get the picture.
What type of realistic simulations are developed at Real Response?
Our Real Response team are simulations experts who can turn any environment into simulated reality for first aid and CPR training. We have assisted small and large Australian businesses, industries and not-for-profit organisations train their staff in fundamental and advanced first aid procedures. Our clients include Telstra, Sea Shepherd, Sanitarium, Crown, and The Australian Bureau of Meteorology, to name just a few. With such a diverse client base, our simulation experts are full of ideas to turn any workplace, school, or community setting into a realistic emergency scene.Our simulations are so thorough that course participants ‘suspend reality’ while training and become absorbed in achieving life saving results. Simulation training is immersive, developing cognitive and physical skills, while also encouraging teamwork and leadership capabilities. Simulation based first aid training delivered by Real Response includes:
- Dedicated actors and life-like props for enhanced reality
- Fake wounds, fake blood and eerily real CPR dummies
- Emergency sirens, 000 calls, flashing lights and pyrotechnics
- Real emergency equipment including defibrillators and adrenaline auto-injectors
- Timed emergency response for developing genuine attainments
- Development of communication, teamwork and leadership skills
- The best first aid instructors in Australia
What are some typical emergency training scenarios?
First aid and emergency response techniques are applicable anywhere, which is fine with Real Response simulation experts who enjoy getting creative. Our simulations are useful indoors and outdoors, in the workplace or at home. We are happy to travel anywhere to impart this essential knowledge on land, sea, and in the air. Emergencies occur every day around Australia, and we want you to be as prepared as we are to respond with courage and confidence. Real Response course attainments include:
- Provide CPR to an adult, child and infant
- Automatic External Defibrillation (AED)
- Respiratory emergencies
- Airway management
- Addressing head and spinal injuries
- Strokes, diabetes and seizures
Do you provide workplace training and other course methods?
Real Response are workplace training specialists. We are happy to meet with you and discuss your exacting needs for tailored training in the workplace. Training in familiar environments helps course participants understand safety and emergency procedures relevant to their occupation, while also providing a break from regular routines and giving employees an opportunity to bond with colleagues.We also conduct public training courses at our head office in Melbourne at 1/3 Wellington St, St Kilda 3182. Our Sydney public training courses are equally popular, at the School o Arts building, 138 Bondi Road, Bondi, and also in Parramatta, at Lake Parramatta Reserve, Illawong Drive, North Parramatta.