Advanced First Aid
Provide Advanced first aid otherwise known as the Level 3 first aid course is designed for those who are looking for a more comprehensive and deeper understanding into first aid events and emergencies. The course delves into the pathophysiology of many more conditions and discusses the anatomy in the way which it relates to a first aider’s role. The expectation is that participants leave capable of conducting a complete assessment of a casualty and begin steps for treatment. Throughout the course, realistic simulations are run incorporating all the course content.
Be Prepared to Save a Life. 20,000 Australians die yearly from sudden cardiac arrest outside of a hospital setting. Only 10% of people survive.
• Every minute, the chance of survival drops by 10%.
• Within 4 minutes, brain damage begins to occur.
• After 10 minutes, death will occur.
Of the 26% of people with current CPR training, only 4% feel confident enough to administer it.
Being prepared to respond is what sets Real Response training apart. Our field-experienced educators guide participants through hands-on simulation-based training, leading to better outcomes.
• Participants are more engaged
• Have better recall and retention
• Heightened situational awareness
• Better coping under stress
Provide First Aid
Real Response's Provide First Aid, HLTAID011 (Formerly HLTAID003 Level 2 Senior First aid) provides the practical skills required for emergency first aid response, life support, casualty management and more. Our simulation-based training prepares participants for the reality of an emergency, giving them the confidence to respond in a natural and timely way.
Education and Care
This course specifically applies to educators and support staff within an education and care setting and focuses on providing first aid to children. This certification is relevant for people who are required to have asthma and anaphylaxis training for children. Simulations will highlight the importance of demeanour as well as practical skills in assisting children in first aid situations.