HLTAID015 – Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy
HLTAID015 – Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy
HLTAID009 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Face to Face Skills Practice & Assessment
5 Hours Face-to-Face
Issued Same Day (Conditions Apply)
$120 (may vary)
Is the course nationally accredited?
Previously Known as
HLTAID007 – Provide advanced resuscitation
HLTFA404C – Apply advanced resuscitation techniques
HLTFA404B – Apply advanced resuscitation techniques
HLTFA404A – Apply advanced resuscitation techniques
Group Booking Discounts Available
HLTAID015 - Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy
The up to date standard for resuscitation and oxygen therapy is HLTAID015 – Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy. This replaces the now outdated HLTAID007 – Provide advanced resuscitation course. Designed for medical professionals, it covers people who are medical and health professionals. Oxygen Therapy is important in complex emergencies and if it is part of your official role- this is the course for you!
HLTAID015 is an advanced course and requires existing first aid knowledge. All participants must previously have completed an HLTAID011 Provide First Aid course. This is assumed knowledge for HLTAID015.
The First Aid Course Melbourne (RTO: 40407) is a nationally recognised registered training organisation. We follow the government standards for first aid training, we are fully accredited. All of our training is in accordance with these government standards. They are also in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) standards, as well as those of Safe Work Australia and various other national peak clinical bodies.
At The First Aid Course Melbourne, we pride ourselves on our courses being hands-on and practical. Immerse yourself in a supportive environment, with trainers who are at the top of their field and are passionate about helping you successfully complete your Advanced Resuscitation and Oxygen Therapy course.
When it comes to CPR and Oxygen Therapy no one does it better than FirstAidPro and First Aid Courses Melbourne.
The course teachings include:
- CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation)
- AED use (Automated external defibrillator)
- Assessing vital signs (respiration, pulse, oxygen saturation)
- Basic airway adjuncts
- The “Five rights”
- Safe administration of oxygen (legal requirements, correct use, cleaning, sterilisation and storage of oxygen equipment)
HLTAID007 has been superseded
HLTAID007 – Provide advanced resuscitation has now been superseded by HLTAID015 – Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy. This new course is accredited and therefore accepted in all contexts where HLTAID007 was required. Even if your workplace specifically requests HLTAID007, you will be able to use HLTAID015 instead.
The course includes the following certifications as part of the training:
- HLTAID009 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) (previously HLTAID001)
- HLTAID015 – Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy (previously HLTAID007)
Take your Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy course in just half a day, face-to-face. This is delivered within a single 5-hour block.
Training will include:
- Trainer-led demonstrations on the use of key equipment and skills and techniques used in resuscitation and oxygen therapy.
- The chance to practise with the equipment, techniques and skills used in resuscitation, assisted and supervised by the trainer and including the opportunity to ask questions.
- A variety of practical assessments, including role-plays, observations, class debriefs, and written and verbal incident reports.
Once you register for your course, your pre-course reading will be provided to you, the time it takes to complete this will vary depending on your prior knowledge, skills and experience.
Once you have completed your course you will receive your certificate of completion the same day.
Same Day Certificates
Completing Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy will provide you certification in:
- HLTAID009 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
- HLTAID015 – Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy
Our accredited training and certification are recognised Australia-wide and the HLTAID015 certificate will be valid for 3 years from the date of issue. CPR is valid for 12 months from the date of issue, under the guidance of the ARC.
HLTAID015 Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy costs just $120. This includes all of the necessary materials and resources. Check out our daily deals and it could even be lower! We also price match if you happen to find an identical course at a lower cost!
Like all of our courses, HLTAID015 – Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy is kept to a strict schedule to get through a large amount of content. Therefore it is recommended that you arrive at least 15 minutes before your course begins so that you are not locked out of the training room at the scheduled start time. If you are late and locked out of the class you be required to reschedule your training to another date.
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To take part in HLTAID015 – Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy training; you will need to:
- Be at least 14 years of age. If you are under 18, you will need a signed consent form from a parent or guardian.
- Have completed HLTAID011 – Provide First Aid (With FirstAidPro or another RTO)
You will also need to be able to be physically able to:
- Perform at least 2 minutes of uninterrupted single rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) (5 cycles of both compressions and ventilations) on an adult manikin placed on the floor
- Perform at least 2 minutes of uninterrupted single rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) (5 cycles of both compressions and ventilations) on an infant resuscitation manikin placed on a firm surface
- Operate an automated external defibrillator (AED) to deliver at least one shock
First Aid Course Melbourne Covid-19 Safe
First Aid Course Melbourne is working hard to keep you safe and healthy! We are following all government standards related to Covid-19 safety, so if you take part in a course, you will need to be aware of and respect the following measures.
- Sign-in sheets for participants
- Maintaining safe social distance, where practical.
- Personal protective equipment (PPE), including face masks.
- Equipment and materials are regularly cleaned and sterilised.
If you are feeling unwell, have been told to self-isolate or quarantine, or have any symptoms, please do not attend your course. If you contact us, we will reschedule your course to another date at no cost to you.
Gaining a USI
The current government regulations require that anyone studying any form of accredited Vocational Education and Training (VET) needs a Unique Student Identifier or USI number and provide this number to their training organisation. These can be obtained quickly and easily by visiting the USI website and applying for a number. Your USI number is unique to you – it’s a little like a Tax File Number used for training.
The Advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy course is a blend of theory and practical work. There are no exams, just demonstrations and a questionnaire. Your trainer is available to guide you through the process. Once you successfully complete it, you can leave and receive your certificate the same day in our online learning portal!
What will I learn?
- Australian Resuscitation Council Guidelines
- Safe Work Australia Code of Practice
- Incident hazard and risk minimisation processes
- Infection control procedures
- Safe work practices for oxygen equipment and cylinders
- Workplace or site first aid procedures
- First aid kit contents
- Education and Care Services National Law
- State Education and Care Services Regulations
- First aider Duty of Care requirements
- First aider requirements for currency of skill and knowledge
- First aider skill and knowledge limitations
- First aid parent/guardian consent
- First aid privacy and confidentiality requirements
- Stress management techniques and available support for rescuers and children
- The effect of positional change during CPR
- The appropriate duration, hand placement, compression/ventilation cycles and cessation of CPR
- AED use on children (Automated External Defibrillator)
- AED safety and maintenance procedures
- Chain of survival
- Accessing and handing over to emergency services
- Assessing the level of consciousness for infants and children
- Basic anatomical differences and first aid considerations between infants, children and adults
- Using suction devices
- Benefits, contraindications and complications of a basic airway adjunct
- Assessing and interpreting vital signs
- Normal clinical values (respirations, pulse, oxygen saturation)
- Identification of signs and symptoms and first aid management for life-threatening-bleeding
- When oxygen is beneficial
- When oxygen should not be used
- Benefits, contraindications and complications of providing oxygen
- Benefits, contraindications and complications of suctions
- Selecting and using various oxygen mask types and other oxygen therapy devices
- Cleaning, maintaining, troubleshooting and storing various resuscitation and oxygen equipment
- Safe use, storage and disposal of consumables
- First aider and rescuer mental well-being and support
The course also requires you to demonstrate the practical skills you’ve learned by providing appropriate first aid to:
- A currently unconscious adult who is not breathing (CPR, AED, 2 rescuer CPR, oxygen ventilation)
- An unconscious adult who is regurgitating or vomiting (recovery position)
- An unconscious child who is not breathing (CPR)
- A casualty with blood loss of a life-threatening nature (tourniquet, haemostatic dressing)
- A casualty requiring supplementary oxygen (Assess vitals, provide oxygen)
You’ll also need to show that you’re capable of completing the following related tasks:
- Identifying when to provide first aid
- Following DRSABCD protocol (Danger, Response, Send for help, Airway, Breathing, CPR and Defibrillation)
- Completing incident reports
- Performing a handover to emergency services
- Selecting appropriate resuscitation and oxygen equipment, and then cleaning, fixing and storing it after use.