Event Phone: 0431248389

  • ABR Remote Area First Aid Course - Feb 2020 Canoelands NSW
    8 February, 2020 - 10 February, 2020
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • ABR Remote Area First Aid Course - Feb 2020 Canoelands NSW
    12 April, 2020 - 14 April, 2020
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Your Trainer For This Program

  • Keith McReynolds
    Keith is the founding Director of Remote Safety Solutions and has a diverse background, with an adventure background derived from working as a guide in Australia and overseas he has dealt with a range of remote incidents within his own adventures. Keith's emergency management and first aid skills are derived from working as Ski Patroller and Rescue Air Crewman for a number of rescue and emergency services. When Keiths not in the office he's on the road traveling with his team to some of Australias most remote and isolated communities delivering a range of courses to better prepare people for any unforeseen incidents they may encounter.
HLTAID005 Provide first aid in remote situations – Contexulised for Adventure Bike Riders

All courses are delivered on behalf of Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909

Remote Safety Solutions is an industry leader in scenario-based learning, our courses are designed to provide the learner with the required skills, knowledge and visual readiness to respond to a range of emergencies that may occur in the learner’s personal life and or on the job. Our aim is to ensure that our learners who complete our courses don’t just walk away with a certificate but a sound skill set that will enable them to identify when a person is injured and or unwell, identify the possible injury and or illness, treat the injury and or illness, communicate the issue, monitor for change and prepare the injured or sick for responding personnel.

Our training team comprises of a range of highly skilled and experienced professionals.RSS  personnel are experts in their industry sectors and are highly proficient in their skill sets.  RSS response personnel all have 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
  • Law Enforcement

Our training also highlights the importance of planning and preparing for emergencies whether in remote locations or an office in a major metropolitan city, as well as providing the skills required to respond, communicate and manage remote area emergencies.


RSS is not your normal first aid training provider, there is no powerpoint and there are no boring presentations! RSS believes in immersion training which means learners be getting hands-on treating lifelike injuries which we know aids in the delivery and retention of vital lifesaving skills and knowledge. This method also ensures that learners with L&N issues are not lost in the course and critical life-saving skills are obtained.

During the course your highly trained and industry experienced trainer will utilise a bush setting as their classroom, this means that learners will be taught to deal with and respond to a number of realistic first aid emergencies which aids in the knowledge and skills development but also prepare you for any unforeseen incident that may occur. Conducting this type of training in the environments you work also aids in highlighting any issues that may present themselves in such incidents allowing you to prepare and adjust as required. Its also allows you to see and understand issues associated with communicating and managing the injured and the course scenarios allow you to also test and or create Emergency Action Plans for your use.
RSS’s Remote Area First Aid Training provides learners with the required, skills and knowledge to provide advanced first aid to a casualty in remote or isolated environments for extended periods of time until medical assistance arrives or evacuation occurs.

During this course is designed and contextualised Adventure Bike Riders, learners will take part in and learn how to respond to a range ofscenarios and incidents such as;

  • multiple injuries from high speed bike accident
  • multiple riders injuired from road accident – multiple injuries
  • ampution of limb(s)
  • spinal injury from fall while riding
  • crush injury from falling bike – internal and external bleeding
  • fire pit incident – multiple limbs burnt
  • allergic reaction – reaction to a bee sting
  • envenomation – snake bite
  • diabetic with head injury – rockfall
  • near-drowning
  • fractured leg – low speed fall
  • how to identify when person 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
  • and More!!!!

Resources that will be available for this course;

  • Adult and infant resuscitation manikins in line with ARC guidelines for the purpose of assessment of CPR procedures
  • Workplace first aid kit suitable for remote locations with the inclusions of:
    • Adrenaline autoinjector training device
    • AED training device
    • Placebo bronchodilator and spacer device
    • Roller bandages and triangular bandages
    • Wound dressings
    • Thermometer
  • RSS incident report forms
  • Space Blankets
  • Insulating equipment (sleeping bags, tarps and foam sleeping mats)
  • Spinal immobilisation equipment
  • A range of improvised splinting devices
  • Equipment for communication amongst responding parties
  • Satellite Phone, training PLBs of distress flares/smoke
  • Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, Blood pressure meter and Diabetes test kit
  • Equipment for stretcher making

QUALIFICATION – Learners will gain the following Statement of Attainments upon successful completion of the course;

  • HLTAID005 Provide first aid in remote situations
  • HLTAID003 Provide First Aid‎
  • HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

ADD-ON OPTIONS – Call for further information

  • PUAEME005A Provide pain management
  • HLTAID006 Provide Advanced First Aid

The standard RSS Remote Area First Aid Course includes 30 hours of face to face learning over 3 days including a 4 hour night scenario (night session to be run on day 2 of the course).


Our open courses are run in Canoelands NSW, with extensive bush access, comfortable training room, kitchen and onsite camping available for those wishing to stay overnight. (learners to provide own meals).


Course fee is as listed above and includes all training resources. (For all Maschine Adventure Rally Riders please use the Coupon Code that was handed to you during the first aid demonstration session to get your 30% discount)


This course is 90% practical; learners will be assessed via the pre-course learning and via the practical scenarios throughout the duration of the course. The following assessment tasks are required for this course:

  • 8 written questions
  • 50 Multiple choice questions
  • Simulated emergency scenario’s

Please read and review this information prior to undertaking your training with Allens Training or an Allens Training Partner  STUDENT HANDBOOK


For more information about our Remote Area First Aid course please feel free to give us a call on 0431 248 389 or email [email protected]


Venue Phone: 02 8957 5428

Venue Website:

3900 Old Northern Rd, Canoelands, New South Wales, 2756, Australia


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