Provide first aid in remote locations
This course is suitable for Corporate Clients. Minimum numbers apply.
- Course Code and Title:
- SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package
- Unit Code and Title:
- SISOFLD004 – Provide First Aid in Remote Locations
- Accreditation Status:
- General Competencies:
- The Course SISOFLD004 – Provide First Aid in Remote Locations does not align with any specific VET Quality Framework level. Trainees who successfully complete this nationally recognised training will be awarded the statement of attainment: SISOFLD004 – Provide First Aid in Remote Locations.
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Vocational or Educational Outcomes
This unit applies to those who will be providing first aid in remote settings within the outdoor recreation sector This may include those undertaking a leadership role in outdoor recreation activities, such as bushwalking or other guided activities in remote locations. This may also include those working for private outdoor adventure companies, volunteer organisations, not for profit organisations or government agencies.
Entrants should have numeracy and literacy skills equivalent to level 2 of the National Reporting System. This means that the trainee must be able to demonstrate the following:
- Reading and Writing: Read and comprehend a range of simple texts and write a range of short texts in a number of contexts, which may be inter-related.
- Oral Communication: Use and respond to language around everyday subject matter, which may include some unfamiliar aspects for a range of purposes in a number of contexts, which may be inter-related, including some unfamiliar material.
- Numeracy and Mathematics: Deal easily with straightforward calculations, either manually and/or using a calculator. An example of a NRS level 2 activity is requesting appropriate emergency assistance at the scene of a First Aid incident.
Identifying Special Needs
Person(s) participating in training may have special needs. Where these needs are identified through the enrolment process the trainer will explore the options available to them to support the learner through the training program. Trainee’s with special needs may include those with language, literacy and/or numeracy problems, disabilities, and anxious or inexperienced trainee’s
The trainee will be required to show proof of ID for this course. The usual POI would be photographic license and the enrolment form must have the legal name as evidenced by the proof of evidence document.
Course information can be found at www.training.gov.