PUAEME004 Provide emergency care for suspected spinal injury

Provide emergency care for suspected spinal injury

This unit is designed to give participants advanced skills in spinal care whilst ensuring National and International trends in pre-hospital care of spinal injuries are maintained. It is an ideal unit to include in the Occupational First Aid course or any of the Sports Trainer courses

Our Paramedical trainers will provide you with the best training available

Course covers:

The course will give participants skills in:
  • spinal anatomy
  • spinal cord injury identification
  • spinal immobilisation
  • cervical collar application
  • moving patients with suspected spinal injury
  • monitoring of patients with suspected spinal injury
  • and more…….

How do I enrol?

Please phone our office and discuss your needs with a staff member. 

Award Issued

Nationally Recognised unit/s of Competence 

PUAEME004 Provide emergency care for suspected spinal injury

Target Audience

This is an excellent unit for any first aiders involved with high risk activities that could result in them needing additional skills in spinal injury care. This especially relates to contact sports such as rugby league, rugby union, AFL etc

Course Requirements

Only basic numeracy and literacy skills are needed to attend this course. Access to a computer with internet, as well as basic computer skills is required for completion of this unit.

If you have ANY special needs ( eg, language / literacy / numeracy difficulties, physical disabilities etc ) that you think may impact on your ability to complete this training please let us know prior to enrolling. 

Assessment requirements

There is some theory and practical assessment to ensure that the participant has gained the required knowledge and confidence in the skills covered in the unit. Successful management of patients with simulated suspected spinal injuries is also required. 

Recertification requirements

CPR refresher is recommended annually and Provide First Aid at least every 3 years

Course Duration

Face to face training is approx. 8 hours plus recommended pre-course learning

Pre-course study

It is required that you watch the CPR videos as well as read the first aid book available on our website to aid in your understanding of CPR and first aid.

There will be a short quiz at the beginning of the course on the information contained in the videos, this is to enable the trainer to better guide the content of the course for you.

PUAEME004 Provide emergency care for suspected spinal injury

Award Issued

Nationally Recognised unit/s of Competence 

PUAEME004 Provide emergency care for suspected spinal injury

Course Duration

Face to face training is approx. 8 hours plus recommended pre-course learning

Full Unit Documents

Follow this link to for full details on this unit

 

Registered Training Organisation 90531

First Aid Training with Professional Paramedical Trainers

COVID-19 UPDATE

The venues we use especially in the Sydney region are clubs, as such, they have the right to set their own restrictions around who can and cannot enter the facility. These restrictions are totally out of our control and not always in line with Health Guidelines. We recommend you contact the venue you are booked to attend the day before the course and check that you are not restricted based on your individual situation. We can transfer your registration free of charge (if due to COVID venue restriction)  only if we are notified the day before a course. Normal cancellation policies will apply if we are not contacted prior to the event.

We are taking all required steps to ensure everyone’s safety including removing tables, no breaths required when doing CPR, ample cleansing wipes, refusal of attendance for any participants presenting with flu or cold symptoms, or those that should be self-isolating. 

Our standing request for unwell students: If you are unwell with any type of “cold or flu” we will NOT ALLOW YOU TO ENTER THE COURSE.

Face masks are not mandatory but we recognize you may choose to wear a mask when visiting our venues

Health.nsw.gov.au Covid 19 update