This program will provide you with the
necessary skills to provide care to an unconscious casualty in an emergency situation until the arrival of professional help.
Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation is a vital skill that can save the life of a casualty when they have stopped breathing. This course focuses on practicing this skill on our special CPR mankins (adults, junior and baby mankins). The perform CPR course is conducted over 2 hours.
Principles of First Aid, Legal issues in First Aid, examing the casualty, the chain of survival, basic life support chart, emergency action plan, managing the unconscious casualty, airway management, choking, recue breathing & chest compressions (adult, child and infant), first aid hygiene.
Minimum age for participants is 14 years.
All participants should also have basic
language, literacy and numeracy skills and
are required to identify if they require
language, literacy and numeracy
prior to enrolment.
Participant can also ask for
language, literacy and numeracy
support during the delivery if they find
they are experiencing difficulties. For
more information on language,
literacy and numeracy please view the BARS
Training Australia Student Handbook
The Nationally Recognised Provide Cardio-pulmonary
Resuscitation certificate to valid for 12 months as recommended by the Australian Resuscitation Council..
Successful participants will receive a
Certificate of Attainment issued by BARS
Training Australia (National Provider Number 32061)
that have undergone a strict accreditation
process, therefore all of the courses
offered are fully accredited and the
certificates received are Nationally
Schedule of Fees
The scheduled fee will be paid in full on
enrolment and prior to the commencement of
the training program. All fees paid will be
issued with an acknowledgement receipt/tax
invoice via email as proof of
receipt of monies paid for access to course
material and on-line tutorial support.
Schedule of Fees (Gold Coast)
$50 per participant (all inclusive) with all Gold Coast sessions being conducted by Garry Oliver who has over 35 years Queensland Police and Liquor Licensing experience. For group booking on the Gold Coast please send Garry an email and he will arrange sessions times to fit in with your schedule. (send email)
Schedule of Fees (Townsville)
$50 per participant (all inclusive) with all Townsville sessions being conducted by Garry Oliver who has over 35 years Queensland Police and Liquor Licensing experience. For group booking in Townsville please send Garry an email and he will arrange sessions times to fit in with your schedule. (send email)
Schedule of Fees (Cairns)
$80 per participant (all inclusive) with sessions being conducted by Troy WOODALL the owner operator of Elite Security Personnel in Cairns who has extensive experience in both the security and hospitiality industries. For group booking in Cairns please send Troy an email and he will arrange sessions times to fit in with your schedule. (send email)
All training will be conducted in an
appropriate training venue throughout
Queensland with all required training
equipment supplied by BARS Training
Australia as published on the BARS Training
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the
acknowledgment of skills and knowledge
held by an individual as a result of
work experience and /or life experience.
If you believe that you already possess some
or all of the learning outcomes contained in
course and you can demonstrate current
competency, then you can apply for RPL.
To register for RPL you simply contact the
BARS Training Australia on
0414 527 800 or (07) 55 290834
during office hours.
Enrolment occurs through online registration
and payment of course fees.
Your details are captured and
stored securely, with the results of your
linked to this enrolment information.
All requests for refunds are to be made in
writing on a Refund Request
this form that needs to be accompanied by
supporting documentation where applicable.
This form can be obtained by contacting the
BARS Training Australia on 0414 527 800
or (07) 55 290834 during office hours.
Participants are responsible for reading all
relevant materials provided on the website
including the BARS Training Australia Student
Handbook and the information about courses
prior to enrolment. Once
participants have entered their details it
will be accepted by all parties that they
have read the Student Handbook and agree
with all the Terms and Conditions
prior to commencing their training.