Provide First Aid

Learn how to Provide First Aid including CPR (Heart Attacks) and common minor injuries.
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  • Lectures 21
  • Length 1.5 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 10/2013 English

Course Description

The course is taught through a series of lectures and cinematic scenarios to keep you engaged. The total length of the course is 50 minutes with quizzes and supplementary material for you to download and keep.

Marie the instructor is available via messaging to clarify any issues you may have

This course covers the content for the Australian Accredited Unit Provide First Aid. Those learners undertaking this course via a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) will be issued with a recognised qualification by the RTO

Other learners will gain knowledge of how to provide assistance to those suffering Heart Attacks using CPR and Defibrillation and how to provide First Aid to victims suffering from Minor and Major Injuries

Note: Undertaking this course does not qualify you as a First Aid practioner you will need further assessment by an accredited body

What are the requirements?

  • None

What am I going to get from this course?

  • To gain knowledge about the treatment of Heart Attack victims
  • To gain knowledge about the treatment of Minor and Major injuries

What is the target audience?

  • Learners studying with Registered Training Organisations
  • Those working in the Health Care sector
  • Anybody seeking to gain knowledge about CPR and First Aid

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

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Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation - Heart Attacks
Interview with Ben an Emergency dept Nurse about CPR
3 questions



Lecture 4 will show you in 4 different cinematic scenarios how people may potentially die of hard attack, these do not cover all possible causes and are intended as examples only


Lecture 5 covers the theory of CPR, assessment of the situation and the victim, how to call for an ambulance, what is recovery position, compressions and rescue breath and automatic defibrilator

CPR Demonstration

Lecture 7 is summary lecture in PP format, which is again repeated as a part of Lecture 18


Lecture 7 is a PP covering the importance of Evaluation, seeking Feedback, Debrief and Documentation

15 questions

This quiz will test your knowledge of assessing a victim, assessing situations for danger, placing victim into recovery position, and deliver CPR to adult and children including the use of defibrillator.

Section 2: First Aid for Minor and Major Injuries

Lecture 9 covers the principles of Infection control in emergency situations, what is Asthma, pathopysiology and First Aid for asthma victims, including medications


Lecture 10 will provide you with information about signs and symptoms of abdominal injuries and First Aid for abdominal injury and stabbing


Lecture 11 covers burns, three degrees of burns and First Aid for victims of burns


Lecture 12 covers First Aid for nose bleed, crush injuries and shock


It is nothing like facing deadly spider !


Lecture 14 shows cinematic scenario how hypothermia may occur plus First Aid for victims suffering from Hypothermia


In lecture 15 you will see two cinematic scenarios Electrocution and Chocking with First Aid for both situations watch out for electric lawnmowers and clowns !


Diabetes is very common medical condition, there are two major complications Hyperglycaemia ( very high sugar levels in blood) and Hypoglycaemia ( very low sugar levels in blood ) both being serious conditions, in this lecture you will see a potential scenario of victim suffering Hyperglycaemic shock and how people may misinterpret the signs and symptoms, and how to provide First Aid


Lecture 17 looks at Epileptic seizures, febrile convulsions in children, drug and alcohol poisoning with cinematic scenario about an event one Sunday afternoon


Lecture 18 covers basics of Stroke, Spinal injuries, Eye injuries and First Aid


In lecture 19 you will see practical demonstration how to bandage sprained ankle, wrist and the use of triangular bandage to elevate the limb

19 questions

This Quiz will test your knowledge of the techniques for administering First Aid for Minor and Major Injuries

Section 3: Summary of program
Summary and Downloadable Reference
What you have covered
Section 4: HLTAID003 - Introduction
8 pages

This "Provide First Aid" course was developed according the the training package document as included in lecture 1, completion of this course does not provide the student with Accredited Certificate, it provides the student with certificate of completion. To achieve a full Certification the student MUST be physically assessed by Registered Training Organisation (RTO) accredited to teach First Aid module. Assessment requirements are also included in Lecture 1

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Instructor Biography

Marie Press, Engaging Learning content for the Health Sector

My name is Marie Press - I am Clinical Nurse Educator, Registered Nurse and Video Maker.

I currently work as a clinical facilitator and educator for nursing students. I also provide on Job learning for a number of work placements at public Hospitals.

I have over 20 years of medical and Nursing experience, including 10 years as a professional Nurse educator and Trainer

My qualifications include BA Health Science,Nursing Studies, Certificate in Training and assessment TIA and Diploma in Film.

My passion is education via media.

I have three children, a partner Bruce, dog Buddy and love living by the Beach.

Instructor Biography

Pat Young, Nurse Trainer

I am a clinical educator at a number of hospitals and medical schools in South Australia and have over 25 years of experience.

Presently am completing my Masters degree and I support Port Power AFL Team

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