Posts Tagged ‘CPR’

HLTAID004 First Aid Course for Childcare workers

January 22nd, 2019

Simple Instruction is the Northern Beaches first aid and CPR training course specialists. The HLTAID004 Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting is for child care educators, vacation care staff, OOSH (before and after school care), teachers and anyone working in the child care setting.

Many Child care, pre schools, vacation care and school teachers are returning to work next week and this is the ideal time to update the asthma and anaphylaxis components and the HLTAID004 Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting first aid certificates.

Apart from checking staffs first aid certificates and qualifications the new year is the time to check your Epipens and asthma relievers to make they are in date.

Book your first aid or CPR certificate renewal online through our website www.simpleinstruction.com.au and attend a practical first aid session at the Dee Why RSL which is situated centrally on the Northern Beaches of Sydney.

Dee Why RSL First Aid Course

January 20th, 2019

Northern Beaches premier first aid course provider is Simple Instruction. Courses are conducted at the Dee Why RSL centrally located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Simple Instruction offers courses in first aid and CPR with many choosing the HLTAID003 Provide First Aid course, HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary course or the Childcare HLTAID004
Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting.

The Dee Why RSL has been hosting Simple Instruction for our courses since 2015. We are located in Dee Why to cater for all customers from Palm Beach to Manly and all the suburbs in between. (Brookvale, Narrabeen, Mona Vale, Davidson, Beacon Hill, Balgowlah, Cromer, Narraweena, Allambie). The Dee Why RSL has provided the highest level of customer service to our first aiders in this time and if you are looking for a venue for your next event please contact the Dee Why RSL directly.

Please remember that the HLTAID004 Child care first aid course is also needed for child care workers, vacation care staff, OOSH (before and after school care), teachers and anyone working in the child care setting.

If you would like to book into one of our courses, please use the online booking system to make payment. www.simpleinstruction.com.au

First Aid Course near me

January 19th, 2019

First Aid Courses on the Northern Beaches have never been so simple. The online booking system, the practical first aid and CPR training have made our courses the number one ranking training company on Google within the Northern Beaches and Sydney. Client feedback also indicates that the online emailed certificate within 2 to 3 business days and the customer service is the reason that they continue to choose Simple Instruction for their First aid and CPR needs.

Simple Instruction offers three main vital courses including the HLTAID003 Provide First Aid, HLTAID001 Provide CPR and HLTAID004 Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting. All three courses book online extremely quickly with refresher and new customers welcome. Our courses over January, February and March are usually conducted on Weekends (Saturday) and Weekdays (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday).

Provide First Aid HLTAID003 is the only valid first aid certificate and has previously been known by Apply First Aid and Senior First Aid.

CPR training courses in schools.

January 6th, 2019

The Northern Beaches community would be happy if first aid and CPR was taught in all high schools across the Manly Warringah area. Simple Instruction already teaches Narrabeen Sports High School Year 11 students first aid and Year 8 students CPR.

Book in with Simple Instruction for a HLTAID003 Provide First Aid course, HLTAID001 Provide CPR course or the HLTAID004 Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting. All courses are held at the Dee Why RSL. www.simpleinstruction.com.au

Teaching basic first aid in schools will be compulsory by 2020 but schools will be supported if they want to start earlier.

Plans to teach basic first aid in schools have been welcomed by the British Heart Foundation.

The charity calls the move a “decisive moment in the battle to improve cardiac arrest survival rates”.

There are 30,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the UK every year and fewer than 10% of these people survive.

The survival rates double, however, in countries where CPR is taught in schools.

Now the government says that from 2020 learning those key skills should be mandatory for every pupil.

By the time they leave secondary school, all youngsters in England will have been taught how to administer CPR, the purpose of defibrillators, and basic treatments for common injuries.

Education Secretary Damian Hinds said: “Learning the basic skills of first aid and techniques like CPR will give young people the confidence to know that they can step in to help someone else in need and in the most extreme cases – it could potentially save a life.

“That’s why we took the decision to include health education alongside relationship education for primary school children and relationship and sex education for secondary children.

“These subjects are a crucial part of our work to ensure children learn the wider skills they need to flourish in the modern world.”

“Introducing CPR lessons into health education in all state-funded secondary schools is a significant step that promises to improve the odds of survival for countless people who have a cardiac arrest in the future.”

The government says it will offer support to schools who want to introduce the scheme this year, before it becomes compulsory in 2020.

CPR training required to combat drowning deaths.

January 4th, 2019

Woman in hospital after near-drowning at popular beach

A 38-year-old woman remains in a serious condition in hospital after being pulled unconscious from the water at a popular beach south of Adelaide.

The woman was swimming at Aldinga Beach when she ran into trouble at around 7.30pm yesterday.

A nearby swimmer noticed the woman struggling and dragged her from the water, with an off-duty paramedic then rushing to her aid.

A woman has been saved from drowning at a popular beach south of Adelaide. (9news)

“The poor young lady was like, face down in the water and obviously a whole lot of people saw her and got to her aid and pulled her back onto the beach and it was looking pretty grim,” one witness said.

“He went down and just started working on her and the response from the emergency services was just fantastic.”

The paramedic performed CPR until ambulance crews arrived, with the woman then airlifted to the Flinders Medical Centre.

The woman is in a serious but stable condition in hospital. (9news)

An off-duty paramedic tended to the woman after she was pulled from the water. (9news)

She remains in a serious but stable condition, with her family by her side.

The incident comes just a week after Nepalese nursing student Nischal Ghimire drowned at Glenelg North.

With many people flocking to beaches to escape the scorching summer heat, authorities are reminding everyone to take extra care in the water.

The Northern Beaches of Sydney is a beautiful part of the country, however all should learn the essential skill of first aid and CPR. Being able to resuscitate a family member or a loved one may of helped save some of these drowning victims.

Simple Instruction First Aid and CPR training courses provides these essential skills at weekly courses conducted at the Dee Why RSL. The course are cheap, simple, fast, easy to follow and importantly informative.

Our training courses include Provide First Aid HLTAID003, Provide CPR HLTAID001 and Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting HLTAID004. You will learn essential skills for your workplace and may save a life of another Northern Beaches local.

Book into a course today near me at the Dee Why RSL by clicking the link below – www.simpleinstruction.com.au

Northern Beaches First Aid and CPR Course

November 19th, 2018

First Aid and CPR Training courses located on the Northern Beaches. Simple Instruction conducts HLTAID003 Provide First Aid, HLTAID001 Provide CPR and HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting (childcare first aid) training courses at the Dee Why RSL which is the centre of the Northern Beaches of Sydney.

Accredited and nationally recognised training courses with certification are our speciality and our Northern Beaches community has responded with 5 star Google reviews and positive feedback from all our training courses. Travelling from Mona Vale or even from the Sydney CBD is easy on the B Line with many people coming from all over Sydney. Many people travel from Manly, Brookvale, Belrose, Balgowlah, Narrabeen, Cammeray, North Sydney, Mosman, Seaforth and from all over the Northern Beaches and North Shore with easy parking at the Dee Why RSL.

Book online now for the easiest, cheapest and best First Aid and CPR experience. Apply your first aid knoweldge. www.simpleinstruction.com.au

All courses are conducted under the auspices of Allens Training RTO 90909

First Aid Kit and First Aid Course

September 7th, 2018

As well as knowing some basic first aid techniques, it is important that households and workplaces have a first aid kit that meets their needs and is well organised, fully stocked and readily available at all times.

The contents should be appropriate to cope with a range of emergency situations, depending on the setting. It’s a good idea to have a number of kits handy in different places, such as in the home, car or office.

First aid kits are available for purchase from a variety of providers, including Allen’s Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909 or your local pharmacy. Specialty kits are also available to meet specific needs.

Simple Instruction is your local Northern Beaches First Aid and CPR training provider. We conduct accredited training courses out of the Dee Why RSL (DYRSL) which are very popular. Centrally located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney the training courses are the HLTAID003 Provide First Aid Course, HLKTAID001 Provide CPR and HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting.

Please book with www.simpleinstruction.com.au or www.northshorefirstaid.com.au

First Aid Techniques – HLTAID003 Provide First Aid

August 26th, 2018

Learning basic first aid techniques can help you cope with an emergency. You may be able to keep a person breathing, reduce their pain or minimise the consequences of injury or sudden illness until an ambulance arrives. This could mean the difference between life and death for them.

It is a good idea to take a first aid course so that you can recognise an emergency and give basic first aid until professional help arrives.
Learn the first aid method of DRSABCD
First aid is as easy as ABC – airway, breathing and CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation). In any situation, apply the DRSABCD Action Plan.

DRSABCD stands for:
Danger – always check the danger to you, any bystanders and then the injured or ill person. Make sure you do not put yourself in danger when going to the assistance of another person.
Response – is the person conscious? Do they respond when you talk to them, touch their hands or squeeze their shoulder?
Send for help – call triple zero (000). Don’t forget to answer the questions asked by the operator.
Airway – Is the person’s airway clear? Is the person breathing?
If the person is responding, they are conscious and their airway is clear, assess how you can help them with any injury.
If the person is not responding and they are unconscious, you need to check their airway by opening their mouth and having a look inside. If their mouth is clear, tilt their head gently back (by lifting their chin) and check for breathing. If the mouth is not clear, place the person on their side, open their mouth and clear the contents, then tilt the head back and check for breathing.
Breathing – check for breathing by looking for chest movements (up and down). Listen by putting your ear near to their mouth and nose. Feel for breathing by putting your hand on the lower part of their chest. If the person is unconscious but breathing, turn them onto their side, carefully ensuring that you keep their head, neck and spine in alignment. Monitor their breathing until you hand over to the ambulance officers.
CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) – if an adult is unconscious and not breathing, make sure they are flat on their back and then place the heel of one hand in the centre of their chest and your other hand on top. Press down firmly and smoothly (compressing to one third of their chest depth) 30 times. Give two breaths. To get the breath in, tilt their head back gently by lifting their chin. Pinch their nostrils closed, place your open mouth firmly over their open mouth and blow firmly into their mouth. Keep going with the 30 compressions and two breaths at the speed of approximately five repeats in two minutes until you hand over to the ambulance officers or another trained person, or until the person you are resuscitating responds. The method for CPR for children under eight and babies is very similar and you can learn these skills in a CPR course.
Defibrillator – for unconscious adults who are not breathing, apply an automated external defibrillator (AED) if one is available. They are available in many public places, clubs and organisations. An AED is a machine that delivers an electrical shock to cancel any irregular heart beat (arrhythmia), in an effort get the normal heart beating to re-establish itself. The devices are very simple to operate. Just follow the instructions and pictures on the machine, and on the package of the pads, as well as the voice prompts. If the person responds to defibrillation, turn them onto their side and tilt their head to maintain their airway. Some AEDs may not be suitable for children.

Book a first aid or CPR course with Simple Instruction on the Northern Beaches with courses conducted at the Dee Why RSL. HLTAID003 Provide first aid is our most popular first aid course and the HLTAID004 Child Care first aid course for anyone in the child care industry under ACECQA. The HLTAID001 Provide CPR is a great refresher training course for those looking top update their skills.All courses are conducted under the auspices of Allen’s Training RTO 90909 and the accredited and preferred supplier on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. All training course participants will receive a free manual, free chart and free CPR face shield.

Provide CPR when its needed! Northern Beaches Training Courses available.

July 29th, 2018

Allen’s Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909 conducts training courses on the Northern Beaches. Simple Instruction provides First Aid, CPR and Child Care First Aid Courses. Time to book online for a easy first aid or CPR course.

Young footballer’s sudden death shocks small Victorian town

A young country football player is being mourned after collapsing and dying at the end of a match near Ballarat yesterday.

The man, aged in his 20s, had just finished a match at Learmonth oval when he told team mates he wasn’t feeling well.

Shortly after 4.00pm, he walked over to the sidelines where he collapsed.

Paramedics and club staff made efforts to revive the Dunnstown Football Club player, but he died at the scene.

The Central Highlands Football League released a statement saying “members are shocked at the tragic death of a Dunnstown reserves player”.

The statement said the man, whose name has not been released, collapsed at the end of a game and that nothing within the match led to the player’s death.

“Despite the best efforts of club staff and paramedics he was not able to be saved,” the statement read.

The organisation also offered support to members affected by the tragedy.

In May, 22-year-old Tory Brunning was playing a rugby match in Sydney’s Illawarra region when he collapsed in the sheds during half-time.

He was unable to be revived.

Last month, Liam Birch a young AFL player in Wallan, Victoria, suffered a heart attack on the field in the middle of a match.

One of the spectators was able to save his life by performing CPR on the young man.

No further information has been released on the man’s health or any prior medical conditions from yesterday’s tragedy.

The club has requested the privacy of the player’s family be respected at this difficult time.

Police are not treating the death as suspicious and a report will now be prepared for the coroner.

Course Codes: HLTAID001, HLTAID003, HLTAID004

CPR Training Courses on the Northern Beaches

July 23rd, 2018

Book online for a Provide CPR HLTAID001 or Provide First Aid HLTAID003 Training Course conducted at the Dee Why RSL on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. All courses are conducted under the Auspices of Allen’s Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909.

If someone dropped to the ground beside you, would you know how to do CPR?

Jarrod MacDonald, 22, saved the life of his uncle Laurence Crawley last month after he dropped to the ground in cardiac arrest during a touch footy game at Brendale, north of Brisbane.

Mr MacDonald had done a CPR course just three days before and jumped into action, immediately starting CPR.

Luckily for the 49-year-old father-of-four the referee of the game just happened to be off-duty paramedic Leonie Van der Meer.

Ms Van der Meer spoke to her ambulance colleagues as Mr MacDonald continued compressions.

Paramedic Matthew Davis said he was immediately impressed by Mr MacDonald’s efforts upon arriving at the scene.

“I would struggle to find a paramedic that would have done a better job,” Mr Davis said.

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