This course enables participants to further develop knowledge and skills gained from the basic course, and teaches candidates to deal with more complex emergency situations.
- Basic life support, including vital signs, blood pressure, and CPR.
- Advance Life support, including advance airway management using artificial airways, suction, diagnosis and management of shock and fluid replacement.
- Simple fracture immobilisation of head, spine, pelvis and spinal support with collars, backboard and stretchers.
- Treatment of injuries to chest, abdomen, head, bones, soft tissue (ligament or tendon) or eye.
- Triage, rescue, coordination and management of injured persons in remote areas.
Assessment includes practical scenarios on skills taught over the 2 days.
This course is 2 full days duration.