This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to recognise and respond appropriately in emergency situations. Fire, accident, or weather. It required the ability to maintain participant welfare when responding to emergency situations.
Suitable for people that work in a range of roles such as sport, fitness, recreation industries, schools, coaching, working in aquatic centres such as lifeguards or operators.
After you enrol there is online pre-course reading, videos to watch and a quiz. This can be done any time prior to your class. It is a pre-requisite this is completed before your class.
Online learning is 2 hours, and practical class time is 4 hours.
General Course outline
Re certification requirements
It is recommended this unit is refreshed every three years. This is a requirement for many industries. If you are in doubt, contact your professional body for advice as requirement standards may vary depending on your industry body and state.
Onsite Group Training
Delivery is blended (online and face to face)
We can deliver within Queensland and NSW. Please use our booking form for your initial information to allow us to learn more about your requirements.