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The Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) is the core qualification for employment in the vocational education sector and increasingly in health education.
Education in health is a growing industry and experienced nurses, midwives and personal care workers wanting to work in education, whether in their workplace, vocational education sector or a clinical setting, often require a formal qualification. The Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) is the core qualification for employment in the vocational education sector and increasingly in health education.
The ANMF (Vic Branch) Education Centre (RTO ID 22609) offers health professionals a bespoke, health-focused training and assessment qualification.
This purpose-built course has been contextualised to reflect your working environment, preparing graduates for current industry demands. Experienced, well-qualified teaching and support staff, materials, modern facilities with clinical simulation, well-equipped classrooms, computer laboratories and an extensive library ensure a quality course designed specifically for educators in health.
The workforce regularly faces occupational health and safety issues and yet those who work in healthcare are frequently unfamiliar with OHS* processes. This includes the understanding of exposure to hazards such as occupational violence, bullying, work-related fatigue, patient handling, manual handling, needlestick injuries, hazardous chemicals and other everyday risks faced by those who work in the healthcare industry.
The Certificate in IV in Health Work and Safety BSB41419 will enable you to lead, manage and monitor safe work practices across healthcare settings. It can lead to employment as an occupational health and safety officer, OHS technician, WorkCover inspector, or a return-to-work co-ordinator. The ANMF (Vic Branch) Education Centre (RTO ID 22609) is delivering this course in conjunction with WorkSafe Victoria.
This course has been contextualised to reflect the healthcare working environment, preparing graduates for the demands of the sector. This qualification will provide the underpinning knowledge and skills required to manage and monitor safe work practices across healthcare settings. You’ll gain an understanding of the relevant legislation and you will be able to implement workplace strategies to meet and comply with legislative requirements within the workplace. On completion of this course you will have the knowledge and skills to identify hazards and perform risk assessment and risk control through workplace monitoring, this includes ongoing review and evaluation of control measures.
The course embeds the concepts of consultation, cooperation and coordination alongside implementation and monitoring of work health safety (WHS) policies and procedures in the management of all WHS systems. You will also be provided with the opportunity to enhance your ability to assist others with fulfilling their own roles and responsibilities to ensure health and safety in the workplace for everyone.
Please note that for the purpose of discussing current Victorian workplaces the term Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) will be used instead of Work Health and Safety (WHS), or interchangeably. Participants will be introduced to the WHS laws and the state specific OHS laws.
Refresh your skills and knowledge required to assess and provide response to a casualty in a first aid situation.
All nurses and midwives are required to fulfill their cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) competency requirement annually. And if you work in community settings, you may also want to refresh your first aid skills.
Only require CPR competency? Just attend the morning session. However you must attend the full day to attain HLTAID011 Provide First Aid.
NB: This course is also for members of the general public.
Essential to any first aid situation where the casualty is not breathing is the ability to provide effective CPR.
This practical workshop will assess your competence in knowledge and skills for providing effective CPR as per the guidelines determined by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC).
You will show competency through a practical demonstration of CPR on both an adult and infant manikin, performed on the floor.
Following the practical component, a written assessment with 100% mastery is also required to be deemed competent in providing effective CPR.
This course incorporates the morning CPR session.
This practical workshop incorporates several scenarios that will assess your competence for managing:
Following the practical component, a written assessment with 100% mastery is also required to be deemed competent in providing CPR and first aid.
This is a nationally recognised qualification delivered by the ANMF (Vic Branch) Education Centre RTO ID 22609.