Mode of Delivery:
This course is delivered over 4 hours
177C Glenroy Road, Glenroy, VIC 3046
Graduates of the 22300VIC Course in First Aid Management of Anaphylaxis will be able to:
- Identify the triggers, signs and symptoms of allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis.
- Develop risk management and risk minimisation strategies for anaphylaxis. This includes the development and implementation of pre-emergency risk assessment/management and the development of individual anaphylaxis management plans.
- Provide an emergency first aid response to an individual experiencing anaphylaxis, until the arrival of medical assistance. This includes standard first aid procedures and the specific skills and knowledge to administer adrenaline using an adrenaline auto injector.
The course is aimed at a wide variety of participants such as:
- Child care workers
- Aged care workers
- Disability workers
- Sports coaches
- Youth workers
- Industry first aiders
A wide variety of assessments methods will be employed to assess student competence in this unit. These include but are not limited to:
– Written questions – Scenarios / Role-play
– Practical demonstration
It is recommended that participants have literacy and numeracy competencies equivalent to the Australian Core Skills Framework Level 2. This means that the participant 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 every day 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.
Completion of the Course
Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a state and nationally accredited certificate “22300VIC Course in First Aid Management of Anaphylaxis” issued by Eminent College of Education.
Eminent College of Education is a Registered Training Organisation (Provider Number: 45060) registered with the Australian Skills and Qualifications Authority (ASQA).
Eminent College of Education provide the following course during the day and evening, and on the weekends. Please contact Eminent College of Education for confirmation of the commencement date for the next available training session.
There may be times and situations in which a student may require ‘reasonable adjustment’ of the training and assessment methods implemented by the RTO to meet their specific individual needs. These individual student needs may include (but not limited to):
- Temporary or permanent injury (i.e. back injury, broken leg/arm)
- Sight or hearing impairments
Reasonable adjustments to the way in which evidence of performance is gathered (e.g. in terms of the information to be provided to the candidate and the type of evidence to be collected from the candidate) can only occur where the adjustments do not alter the expected performance standards for learning and assessment.
The reasonable adjustments to the training and assessment process may include a variety of modifications to the methods of delivery and assessment to assist the student to undertake the course. The adjustments may include actions such as:
- assistance in the form of the training location to allow easier access
- accessing relevant equipment or aids to assist the student
- adjustments to the assessment methods to cater for any special needs (without effecting the integrity of the outcome)
Where a student requests or is identified as requiring reasonable adjustment to the training and assessment process a detailed training and assessment plan including timetables, notes regarding the required adjustments, and any related communications regarding the adjustments must be maintained in the students file.
Phone: (03) 8395 1056
Mobile: 0402 948 164
A: 177C Glenroy Rd, Glenroy VIC 3046