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Remote Pre Hospital Trauma and Disaster Course NT0128

Date: 
14 September 2020 to 15 September 2020
Location: 
Alice Springs, NT

This is a 2-day course for personnel who attend pre-hospital incidents. The course provides participants with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to safely and effectively manage trauma or disaster patients in the pre-hospital environment.

At the end of the course participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate the assessment and effective management of a vehicle crash scene
  • Demonstrate the assessment and effective management of trapped casualties
  • Demonstrate the safe extrication of trapped casualties
  • Discuss the importance of and demonstrate working effectively within a team setting
  • Discuss how to safely approach a house when attending a call out
  • Demonstrate the triage sort and sieve, treatment and transport principles used within mass casualty incidents

SUITABLE PARTICIPANTS:

Remote Area Nurses, General Practitioners, medical and nursing professionals, retrieval specialists, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners (ATSIHPs), emergency services, mine rescue and the Australian Defence Force health personnel.

COURSE COST:

Northern Territory Government staff members: $300.00 [pp incl. GST]

non Northern Territory Government staff: $600.00 [pp incl. GST]

[prices and course availability are subject to change]

REGISTRATIONS OF INTEREST CLOSE: 24 August 2020

*REGISTER AN EXPRESSION OF INTEREST - APPLICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO REVIEW

Participant Testimonials

"Being more knowledgeable if I was to come across an accident now. Having come across an accident recently I feel I would deal with it much better and definitely more safely!"

"The practical exercise around MVA extrication and safety was a highlight."

"All skill stations and scenarios were fantastic and easy to undersand from the instructors.'