Learn how to confidently manage emergency situations and provide a first aid response to a casualty with the Level II First Aid TNABJ Statement of Attainment.
This course will be delivered in a combination of self-paced online activities and assessments and a face-to-face session. The delivery model consists of:
- online self-paced e-learning activities and assessments
- practical face-to-face workshop delivery.
The e-learning activities and assessments will be sent via email a week prior to the face-to-face delivery. These are compulsory and will need to be successfully completed prior to attending the face-to-face practical workshop.
Participants will need to have successfully completed all activities, assessments and the face-to-face workshop to receive a certificate.
You will gain practical first aid skills and knowledge, including recognition and management of:
- application of a defibrillator
- bandaging and splinting
- burns, poisons, bites and stings
- head, neck and spinal injuries
- wounds and bleeding
- choking and shock.
This Statement of Attainment is fully compliant with the Australian Skills Quality Authority and is delivered by experienced trainers. The Statement of Attainment is valid for three years.
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In order to be issued a Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency(s) within TNABJ Level II First Aid, a student must successfully completed the core units.
Course structure and units
Recognition of Prior Learning and/or Credit Transfers
Previous completion of units at the Polytechnic or any other Registered Training Organisation and/or previous attainment of skills and knowledge may be credited towards this course.
Units in Transition
This course will equip you with the first aid practical skills and knowledge necessary to provide a response to a range of first aid situations, including CPR and bandaging. This course will teach you to apply the appropriate first aid procedure and communicate the details of the incident.
This course consists of six (6) hours eLearning and seven (7) hours (full day) face to face delivery.
Admission & pathways
Meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee you entry into this course. Some courses receive more applications than the number of places available. In this situation we will also assess your education, work and other relevant experience.
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This course has no specific admission requirements.
As part of the application process, applicants must complete a Pre-training Review (PTR) to determine suitability for admission.
How to apply
Available start dates:
- 4 April 2023 (Face to face session 1/5/23 Bld A211)
- 2 May 2023 (Face to face session 22/5/23 Bld A211)
- 23 May 2023 (Face to face session 19/6/23 Bld A211)
- 20 June 2023 (Face to face session 12/7/23 Bld A211)
- 11 July 2023 (Face to face session 11/8/23 Bld A211)
- 29 August 2023 (Face to face session 13/9/23 Bld A211)
- 12 September 2023 (Face to face session 20/10/23 Bld A211)
More dates are also available on application.
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