ARC Advanced Life Support Level 1: Immediate Life Support
This course is advanced life support for the immediate period of crisis. It is aimed at those participating as team members in critical events. To train healthcare personnel in causes and prevention of cardiopulmonary arrest, the ABCDE approach, initial resuscitation and defibrillation (manual and / or AED) and airway management.
It is specifically tailored to meet the needs of both community-based and hospital-based health professionals.
The course curriculum assumes that participants have an understanding of Basic Life Support (BLS) and have undertaken professional training in a healthcare related profession such as medicine or nursing.
- intensive hands-on training;
- clinical skills and drills training;
- pause and discuss scenarios;
- immersive simulations; and
- problem-based learning.
- Part-task trainers; and
- low, medium and high fidelity manikin simulators.
Course format and duration
This one day course will enable all participants to have the opportunity to participate in the management of simulated emergency scenarios. Strict confidentiality is maintained.
ECU Health Simulation Centre, level 3, building 21, Joondalup Campus. Please refer to our website for a campus map.
$450 (includes GST)
|Available course dates|
|Friday, 13 December 2013|
|Friday, 10 January 2014|
|Friday, 7 February 2014|
|Friday, 7 March 2014|
|Friday, 2 May 2014|