Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
In a range of situations, including community and workplace settings, workers may be required to provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
In this course we identify how to respond to an emergency situation, perform CPR procedures and communicate details of the incident.
02.1 Face-to-FaceThe face-to-face component is delivered over half a day and includes up to 3 months for completion enabling candidates time to demonstrate competency. Competency may be achieved using distance based written and/or electronic delivery and assessment.
This course is delivered via the following methods:
• Practical assessment
• Online and written assessment
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) recognises your existing experience gained through life or work for which you may not have obtained a formal qualification. Applicants who are able to supply valid, sufficient, current and authentic evidence of having the skills and knowledge required for this unit may be eligible for RPL and should consult with PTG staff for advice on this process. As CPR must be renewed every 12 months, it is unlikely RPL will apply.
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Have you heard the news? Paradigm Training Group is now conveniently located at Australia’s Greatest Boatyard, The Boat Works in Coomera, QLD.
At this location we have been blessed with have a large training room to which we host first aid, navigation workshops and general learning presentations. For mariners in training, you’ll have direct and clear access to the Broadwater and Seaway via our PTG vessels during practical workshops. In your lunch breaks, indulge in onsite delicious delights with super friendly service from Espresso Twenty5 and The Galley.
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“aXcelerate has enabled PTG to deliver the latest innovations in education solutions by automating the enrolment, training and assessment processes.” – Rikky Burkett Director of PTG. This management system can be accessed via a portable electronic device (e.g. tablet, laptop, mobile phone) allowing our Trainers/ Assessors to easily assess students in real time. Our staff can record comments, video, photographs and practical observation results even when offline which is a huge advantage during our practical student workshops.