Wilderness First Aid Australia
03 9005 7172
0429 182 222
info@wfaa.net.au

Wilderness First Aid (50hr)

Date: 7 January 2019 07:45

Details:

COURSE OUTLINE

Course - 5-Day Wilderness First Aid (50hrs)

Date(s) - 7-11 January 2019

Venue – Camp Jungai, Rubicon, VIC.

Address – 475 Rubicon Rd, Rubicon, VIC. 3712

Venue contact – Reception - 03 5773 2320

Web: https://www.oeg.edu.au/territory/vic/camp-jungai

Materials - ALL course materials will be distributed Day 1

Tuition - $645.00

Accom - Camping $16.50/nt, Shared room $22/nt

Catering - Self-catered

Venue fee - $27.50

Times -          ALL students are required to enrol at 7.45am Day 1 of the course.

Timetable -  8am to 5pm each day (except Day 1)

NIGHT SCENARIO - This course involves a night scenario Wednesday 9 January 2019 which commences 7.30pm & concludes approx 11pm.

 

Course details:

This program trains participants to respond to emergencies in remote settings.

The 50-hour curriculum includes standards for urban and extended patient care situations. Special topics include but are not limited to: wound management and infection, realigning fractures and dislocations, improvised splinting techniques, patient monitoring and long term management problems, up-to-date information on all environmental emergencies. Emphasis is placed on prevention and decision-making, not the memorisation of lists.

This course is designed specifically to provide you with the tools to make critical first aid and evacuation decisions in remote locations. Half of your time will be spent completing practical skills, case studies and scenarios designed to challenge your decision making abilities. CPR is included in this course.

 

Units of competancy acheived upon successful completion of all assessment tasks:

The units listed below are in completion of the new SISSS00108 - Wilderness First Aid National Skill Set and endorsed by Outdoor Council of Australia (OCA) and National Outdoor Leader Registration Scheme (NOLRS):

HLTAID001 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

HLTAID003 - Provide first aid

SISXOHS101A - Participate in workplace health and safety

SISOOPS305A -  Provide first aid in a remote location

SISXEMR001 - Respond to emergency situations

SISXEMR002 - Coordinate emergency responses

 

Assessment:

Students will undergo:

  • 75 question multiple choice WFA written test
  • CPR/AED practical test
  • WFA practical test

 

Upon successful completion of all assessment tasks, you will be issued with a (50hr) WFAA Wilderness First Aid (WFA) certification card valid for three years, CPR certification card valid for one year and a Nationally Accredited Statement of Attainment.

 

-   WFAA SUPPLIES A LIMITED AMOUNT OF GEAR FOR INSTRUCTIONAL PURPOSES ONLY!

To ensure ALL students get the most out of their learning participants should bring ALL their own personal equipment (not limited to the list below) to gain a lot stronger understanding and familiarity with how to respond in an emergency situation.

What to Bring (minimum)

  • Warm/appropriate clothing to be outside. Please DO NOT wear your best outdoor clothing as you will be outside on the ground and stage makeup will be used which can stain if no washed.
  • OLD sleeping bag
  • Foam mat, Thermorest, insulation
  • Wet weather gear
  • Small tarp, tent flye, hootchi, (some sort of shelter protection)
  • Sun protection – 30+SPF/Zinc
  • Water bottle
  • Backpack
  • Pen, paper
  • Watch with second hand
  • 2 x spare jumpers and t-shirts for padding for splints
  • Walking poles, paddles - gear you would normally have with you outdoors that you can use to improvise splints

To maximise participant learning ensure you wear OLD clothing, it may be a good idea to source clothing from a second hand clothing or ‘Opportunity Shop’ beforehand.Throughout the course we use stage makeup and it states that it does not stain clothing/material this may not always be the case.

 

  • If you have chosen to self cater, please bring a packed lunch and snacks, as breaks are short and most venues do not have food available close by.
  • If the course has an accommodation option, please bring sleeping bag/linen, pillow and towel, etc.

 

Other topics inc:

  • Introduction & Medical Legal Issues
  • Patient Assessment & Basic Life support
  • Traumatic Injuries
  • Spinal Injury
  • Rolls & lifts
  • Wilderness Focussed Spine Assessment
  • Head Injury
  • Wilderness Wound Management
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries
  • Environmental Injuries
  • Cold injuries & Illness
  • Heat Illnesses
  • Australian Bites & Stings
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Adult CPR/EAR Wilderness Specific
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Asthma
  • Advanced Resuscitation Techniques

 

Please note: Your course involves a ‘Night Scenario’ on night 3 (Wednesday 9th January 2019) which starts approx 7.30pm and concludes approx 11.00pm.

 

‘See you on Day One’

 

Regards

WFAA Instructor Team

 

Although your training and assessment may be conducted by Wilderness First Aid Australia you will be enrolled with Australian Institute of Leadership and Safety (AILS): RTO 45354 | Courses lead to an AQF Qualification or Statement of Attainment | Funding made available to eligible individuals by Victorian and State Governments | Information is correct at time of publication and subject to change without notice.



Conditions: No pre-requisites for this course

Positions: 5 positions available

Location: OEG Camp Jungai, VIC.

Cost: $645 tuition, Venue fee 27.50, Accom (see options), self-catered

Contact: Please contact the office directly for available positions - p: 03 9005 7172, m: 0429 182 222 or e: info@wfaa.net.au