Our CPR + LVR training delivery options are outlined below:
Full Day Theory/Practical – Students attend a full day course (up to *4 hours) with their trainer. This course is ideal for those with limited experience or those who prefer to spend more time in the classroom refreshing their knowledge and practicing the skills involved in first aid, including practical and theory assessments. Pre-course learning is not required for those students attending a full CPR/LVR course.
Express Course – Face to Face Practical– Students complete pre-course learning and attend a shorter course of up to *2 hours with their trainer. This course is ideal for those with experience, having completed first aid training previously or for those working in the field. Students attending an express course will complete the practical assessments only as it is expected they have enough experience and the completion of the pre-course learning assisted with refreshing their knowledge to prepare for the assessment. One assessment will include the completion of an incident report form following a practical scenario. All theory assessments are completed prior to attending the assessment.
Express Course – Zoom Practical – This course is the same as the above Express Course, however, is conducted via zoom instead of face to face. Group sizes are capped, and the practical duration is longer than face to face to ensure all assessment requirements are met.
*Duration depends on group size.
The online pre-course learning consists of presentations, and multiple-choice questions aimed to prepare students for further training and or assessment. The pre-course learning can also be completed by a hard copy workbook, or in-class with the trainer if organised before-hand.
95% of students and instructors prefer the online method as it’s convenient and cost efficient.
When you enrol into a CPR course with one of our first aid training partners, you will automatically be emailed your login for the online pre-course learning, and you can start it straight away.
Our CPR course satisfies 1 unit of competency from the Health Training Package (HLT07) and 1 unit of competency from the UET Training Package (UET12):
UETDRRF06 – Perform rescue from a live LV panel
HLTAID009: Provide Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
These units appear on your CPR/LVR Statement of Attainment