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Certificate II Emergency Medical Service First Response

​​​​​​​Our experienced educators are equipped with the educational aids to ensure each student has the best possible opportunity to learn and retain critical skills and knowledge.  Our  training is based on the belief that if we ‘Simulate to Educate’ we will expand the essential skills and knowledge of students to above the entry level.

One of the most important benefits of top of the range skills training with a leader in health industry education is its ability to present emergency workers with a variety of medical and trauma conditions. This knowledge may then be applied to circumstances surrounding scenarios that require mine rescue training.  Dealing with these cases allows our students the opportunity to hone their skills, enabling them to be confident and capable in their ability to respond appropriately to any situation. ​​​​

​Course Delivery Includes:

External
Online

Face-to-face

Nationally Recognised Training

Pathways and Mine Site Safety Training

We are dedicated to assisting students in achieving their study and career goals, offering a range of health service industry courses, in patient transport, paramedical science, mine site training and refresher courses. This course is favoured in Perth as a leading rescue training course required for mine site safety supervisor roles.

​A career in response services​

This qualification is suited to Australian Apprenticeships pathways. Occupational titles for this role may include:

  • Community based First Responder / Workplace First Responder
  • Emergency Medical Responder / EMS First Responder
  • Volunteer First Aider

​Study Pathways

After successful completion of the programme students will be awarded a Nationally Recognised Qualification for HLT21112 Certificate II in Emergency Medical Service First Response.
These units may provide credit towards a range of qualifications at Certificate III level and above; allowing students continue with their first aid knowledge and training and move into advanced first aid/response training as a natural progression.  This knowledge will provide support towards mine site safety supervisor training.​

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Course Objectives

​Wilson Medic One’s aim is to produce and deliver a program of competency based training that is holistic in its approach and has meaning and relevancy to the student’s work functions as the program is based on real work tasks.

Core Units

6 compulsory units

BSBWOR203B

Work Effectively with Others

HLTFA311A

Apply First Aid

HLTFA412A

Apply Advanced First Aid

HLTHIR301C

Communicate and Work Effectively in Health

HLTIN301C

Comply with Infection Control Policies and Procedures

HLTWHS200A

Participate in WHS Processes

Elective Units

​3 “pre-set” elective units
HLTAID003

Provide First Aid

HLTAID007

Provide Advanced Resuscitation Techniques

RIIERR205A

Apply Initial Response First Aid

Additional units to meet specific client request can be negotiated.

Entry Requirements

​While the Qualification Framework does not stipulate entry requirements, Wilson Medic One prefers potential students to hold a first aid qualification. Students should be able to read and write at approximately year 12 level and already be in the workforce.

Credit for skills and past study

Wilson Medic One mutually recognises Statement(s) of Attainment and qualifications issued by other RTO's.

Certification

 Following the successful completion of the program, Qualification Testamur and Record of Achievement will be issued in accordance with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).

Enquire about this course

​If you have questions about this course or would like any additional information, get in touch with us by calling 1300 262 000 or fill out the contact form here.​

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Ambulance Booking Form

If you are submitting a booking outside of 0800 - 1800 please also contact the Wilson Medic One Duty Team Leader on 1300 262 000