We recently held an HLTAID001 Provide Cardio Pulmonary with our client AWARE after over thirty years serving both sides of the border. Aware is now proudly part of Albury Wodonga Community College.
Aware and the Community College have shared much in the past, including:
Dedication to educational, excellence, commitment to the learning needs of the Albury-Wodonga region.
As CPR is required yearly, all students had completed multiple time and had unpinning knowledge and skills.
Doing it differently, they prepared for a standard course, not expecting to get hit with a scenario straight away which took them all by surprise.
The first time this group experienced the Brayden pulse manikins, which give blood flow through led lights for an instant.
Information on the Brayden CPR Manikin lets students see the real point of CPR – getting the blood flowing to the brain and other organs.
Instantly reinforces CPR Trainers instructions to students. The Brayden CPR Manikin’s dual modes help structure CPR training: from learning effective CPR to perfecting CPR technique, in following ARC guidelines.
After 4 hours of having fun and refreshing skills, all students succeed in their course. Once the paperwork lodged to Allen's Training RTO 90909 the Statement of Attaintment was emailed out to the Client organisation and students.