Basic Life Support Courses
Get the fundamentals right and develop your resuscitation skills in a dynamic, practical learning environment. Our Basic Life Support courses deliver resuscitation skills for health professionals (level 4) or non-clinical staff (level 2) in as little as 1.5 hours.
These courses are suitable for all health professionals and non-clinical staff requiring training and development in the skills to perform Basic Life Support within a healthcare context and participate as an effective member of a resuscitation team.
Not only are the fundamental skills of resuscitation taught but there is an emphasis on good team work practices and coordination of the skills and resources used in cardiac arrest and peri-arrest situations. Courses are delivered at a purpose built training facility or on-site at your facility.
This two day course is designed for those with current first aid qualifications who require advanced pre-hospital emergency care training managing dive emergencies in a remote setting. Topics include advanced resuscitation (NZRC Level 4) and use of advanced emergency care techniques to manage a serious injured or ill person in a remote setting. There is a strong emphasis on practical skills.
Duration: 3 hours
This course is suitable for nurses working in low-acuity settings where a cardiac arrest team is available on-site, vaccinators, pharmacists, physiotherapists and other allied health professionals that may have to provide basic life support ("level 4") until a medical help arrives. It is ideal as an annual refresher course to maintain good basic life support skills or meet the training requirements to hold a vaccinators certificate (Nurses and Pharmacists).
Duration: 1.5 hours
This course is suitable for allied medical staff who work in a non-clinical role such as medical receptionists, administrators, support workers, and any one else who may be exposed to the potential of medical emergencies because of their work in the health industry. This price is based on a group booking of up to 12 people.
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