Wagga Wagga 4WD Club
HLTAID005 PROVIDE FIRST AID IN A REMOTE SITUATION
Hello Learners,Remote Safety is proud to be working with Wagga Wagga 4WD Club for this years HLTAID005 course. Please find important information in relations to this course for those who may be considering attending.
About Remote Safety Solutions
Remote Safety Solutions is Australia’s Leading Remote Area Emergency Management and Workplace Skills Training Organisation. Operating since 2009, RSS now operates access Australia and the Asia Pacific Region working in-hand with dozens of government and private sector organisations to aid in preparing their staff for the challenges associated with operating in remote, isolated and potentially hazardous working environments. RSS is not your “normal” training provider, there’s no PowerPoint and there are no boring presentations!
RSS believes in immersion training and has been leading the way since our inception. Learners who undertake our course will be trained in the same way they work, in the field, hands-on and practical! Our courses are industry proven, meaning feedback from clients is that this type of training not only provides the skills to undertake the particular activity, but the remote area contextualisation enables them to better prepare for remote work which increases their safety margins and also aids them in the event of an incident, responding professionally and in a timely manner.
Remote Safety Solutions – HLTAID005 Provide First Aid in Remote Situations
RSS’s Remote Area First Aid Training provides the learners with the required, skills and knowledge to provide a high level of first aid to a casualty in remote or isolated environments for extended periods, or until medical assistance arrives or evacuation occurs.
Learners who undertake this course will be exposed to several realistic lifelike emergency scenarios which aid in the delivery of course material. Learners exposed to these scenarios will gain valuable knowledge and experience in responding to many emergencies that are potential in remote area work or personal pursuit activities.
During this course, learners will take part in and learn how to respond to a range of scenarios and incidents such as;
- multiple vehicle accidents – multiple injuries
- 4×4 winch breakage – internal and external bleeding
- fire pit incident – multiple limbs burnt
- fall from heights – off the top of a parked vehicle
- allergic reaction – reaction to a bee sting
- envenomation – snake bite
- jack failure – crush injury & internal bleeding
- diabetic with head injury – rockfall
- near-drowning – small boat capsizes
- fractured leg – collapsed trailer jack
- identifying a person who is sick and needs to be evacuated
- identification of strokes and heart attack
- calling for help in remote locations (sat phone, PLBs, Trackers, UHF, ground signalling)
- setting up for arriving medical assistance
- moving the injured
- Identifying, monitoring and managing shock
- chemical-related emergency
- Chainsaw laceration and loss of limb
- and More!!!!
RSS Trainers are experts in their industry sectors and are highly proficient in their skill sets. Our trainers come from diverse operational backgrounds, including:
- Emergency Medicine and Intensive Care
- Ambulance Paramedic (SAR)
- Fire and Rescue Technicians
- Ski Patrol and Mountain Rescue
- Outdoor Recreation & Adventure Management
- Aviation Rescue
COURSE DATE AND SCHEDULE
This course is scheduled for the following dates and times.
- Day 1 (Saturday the 20th of March 2021) 730am to 430pm
- Day 2 (Sunday the 21st of March 2021) 730am to 430pm
This course is scheduled to take place at Wagga Wagga 4WD Club Training Centre River Road Alfredtown, New South Wales, 2650
The fee for this course is $390.00. The fee covers for the training and assessment of the following national units of competency. The course fee is payable at the point of enrolment.
- HLTAID005 Provide first aid in remote situation
- HLTAID003 Provide first aid
- HLTAID002 Provide basic emergency life support
- HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
If you are interested in course and wish to attend, please register via the following Link. The registration process will capture your contact details include your USI (if you do not have a USI, please click here) Certificates cannot be processed with our an Valid USI. Your course fee will also be captured during the enrolment process.
Once you have enrolled your will be directed to the courses Pre-Learning requirement’s. The E-Enrolment MUST be completed along with the course Pre-Learning to attend on the day.
OURSE ENROLLMENT CLOSURE DATE
All persons wishing to attend must enrol by the 12th of March 2021.
UNDER 18 PARENT/GUARDIAN CONSENT FORM
Please ensure you print and return to your instructor the parent/guardian consent form. Your instructor will collect these forms on the morning.
Learners are required to bring a notepad, pen and are to wear comfortable outdoor clothing appropriate to the forecasted weather for the program. All students will be required to take part in a number of scenarios in a bush setting, clothes may become soiled with dirt and training simulation fluids and make-up. The following equipment is required for this course.
- 2 x sets of clothes (Please ensure you wear clothing that you don’t mind getting soiled with dirt and training moulage)
- Foam sleeping mat Sleeping Bag (old)
- Hiking backpack with your normal adventure gear in it e.g. hiking poles, stove. (important as we use these for improvised splinting)
- Wet weather gear
- Hat Sunscreen
- Drink bottle
- Tent (optional)
You are required to bring your own snacks and meals and drinking water.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call. Don’t forget to give us a Like on Facebook to keep up to date with the latest RSS news along with remote area safety tips and course dates. If you wish to share course photos tag us in a @RemoteSafetySolutions or with the hashtag #RemoteSafety