Wilderness First Aid Course Outline
The Wilderness First Aid Course is ideal for those that work in the Outdoors. Aligned to the National Skill Set SISSS00108_R3 ‘Wilderness First Aid’ and successful completion awards participants with the following Nationally Accredited Units of Competency.
- HLTAID003 ‘Provide First Aid’ (Including CPR)
- SISOOPS305A ‘Provide First Aid in a Remote Situation’
- SISXEMR201A ‘Respond to an Emergency’
- SISXEMR402A ‘Coordinate and Emergency Response’
- SISOHS101A ‘Follow defined OH&S Policies’
The course is delivered over 5 consecutive days from 8.30-17.30pm, and covers the following topics: DRSABCD(EFG) Action Plan, CPR, Unconscious Patient, First Aid Principles and Guidelines, Shock, Planning & Preparation for a Remote Location, Wounds, Fractures, Dislocations, Sprains and Strains, Spine Management, Coordinating and Emergency, Asthma, Anaphylaxis, Hypothermia, Hyperthermia, Bites and Stings, Abdominal Injuries, Head Injuries, Burns, Respiratory Emergencies, Chest Pain, Diabetes.
The first 2 Days are delivered both inside and outside covering the fundamentals of First Aid. Day 3 will then be delivered predominantly outside using scenario’s to help simulate a realistic response, with Days 4-5 being run completely outside in bushland close to the school to simulate a realistic outdoor wilderness response.
Please download a course outline. Wilderness First Aid Course Outline
The course will be held at Christ Church Grammar School, Queenslea Drive Claremont and the training will take place in the River Room. Parking is pretty tight on site, best place for parking is in the carpark nearest Stirling Hwy
Queenslea Drive, Claremont Western Australia 6010. The exact location of the school can be found on google maps here.
What to Bring
The course contains practical scenarios to enhance the learning and these will take place outside within a bush reserve/setting. As such you are expected to be wearing suitable comfortable outdoor clothing, and be prepared for all weather occurrences. Please bring a day / overnight backpack with appropriate outdoor gear you would normally carry whilst on an adventure such as a Sleeping Mat, Shelter (tent or tarp), Sleeping Bag or Emergency Blanket, Walking Poles (if you have them), First Aid Kit and some Spare (old) Clothing. Ensure you bring any personal medical items that you require, and a water bottle, sunscreen and rain jacket.
This course is self catered. Tea and Coffee and Tap water will be available, but all other food and beverages must be provided by the participants. A kitchen is available to store food and beverages (BYO plate, mug and eating utensils).
Accommodation is available for this course at a costs of $10 per person per night for bunkhouse style accomodation (BYO sleeping bag and pillow). Please detail this option when reserving your place in the notes section. All enquires to be directed to Survive and NOT Explorus.