Participants enrolled into HLTFA311A Apply First Aid Flexible Learning or Assessment Only Pathway or combined flexible learning Asthma 22024VIC and Anaphylaxis 22099VIC; need to complete some theory subjects prior to attending the face to face workshop.
The theory is done as online study, eLearning, so participants will need access to an internet connection and an email address with the ability to print off a theory certificate on completion. From our experience, the study time for HLTFA311A Apply First Aid can take anywhere between two to four hours to complete depending on your knowledge and skills. Those that are time challenged find the online learning method very convenient as it saves attending a face to face workshop for a second day.
Combined flexible learning Asthma 22024VIC & Anaphylaxis 22099VIC can take 30 minutes to one hour depending on your skill or knowledge.
You can log-in and log-out of the eLearning site as many times as you like - it saves any completed work. It is recommended that you don't leave the theory study to the last minute!
Once your group enrolment and payment is confirmed, you will receive an email with instructions and access to our online learning. Click on this to be taken to the site so that you can create your own account and commence the work.
Should you have any questions about the first aid content of the eLearning, there is online help or please feel free to contact us for assistance.
If you are a health professional then you may be required to keep up your skills under some form of a Continuing Professional Development program, for example:
Nurses / General Practitioners / Allied Health Staff / Chiropractors / Physiotherapists / Pharmacists / Optometrists / Ophthalmologists / Anaesthetists / Myotherapists / Surgeons / Dentists / Masseurs / Police.
CPD activities must be relevant to your context of practice. This may include formal activities such as courses, conferences and workshops, as well as self directed activities such as preceptorship and journal reading.
Once you have completed your course with us, you can use your qualification to obtain points from your registering body.
Different organisations have different systems for the allocation of points. In general, 2 points per hour for assessed learning delivered from a training package. Please contact your registering body for further information.
Nurses: First Aid courses following successful accreditation attracts study hours towards professional development. Please contact the Royal College of Nursing, Australia, for further information or select the appropriate course from our menu bar above.
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners NSW & ACT: HLTCPR211A Perform CPR has been approved by the RACGP QI & CPD Program. Total 5 CPD points Category 2.
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