Resuscitation Skills Centre Australia

TRAINING SOLUTIONS FOR CLINICIANS

Resuscitation Skills Centre provides high-quality, evidence-based, and nationally recognised clinical education and training to healthcare providers to arm them with the skills they need to manage a clinical emergency. 

TRAINING SOLUTIONS FOR CLINICIANS

Resuscitation Skills Centre provides high-quality, evidence-based, and nationally recognised clinical education and training to healthcare providers to arm them with the skills they need to manage a clinical emergency. 

Advanced Life Support Level 1

$595 pp

Overview

This one day internationally accredited course has been developed to introduce the teaching of cardiac arrest and resuscitation management. 

The ALS course consists of lectures, practical workshops and cardiac arrest scenarios, providing the opportunity to practice skills and apply knowledge. 

The course will emphasise the importance of teamwork prior to safe transfer into a critical care environment. 

Course Content 

  • Recognition, assessment and management of the critically ill patient using a structured ABCDE approach 
  • Airway management skills 
  • Basic Life Support 
  • Defibrillation skills (Manual and/or AED modes) 
  • Cardiac arrest management using the ARC ALS Algorithm 
  • Work as an effective team member in a cardiac arrest 

Cost 

  • $595 per/person 

Eligibility 

All registered medical practitioners, nurses, paramedics and some advanced practice allied health. 

Assessment 

Assessments are based on clinical scenarios that allow the participants to demonstrate the core competencies that have been taught on the course. Continuous assessment of candidates occurs throughout, including using clinical simulations that allow candidates to demonstrate the core competencies that have been taught on the course. 

The ALS provider card will be issued by the Australian Resuscitation Council after successful completion of the course. The card is valid for four years, and is recognised Australia-wide and throughout the UK and Europe. 

Faculty 

All Instructors on our ALS courses have undergone training and development in order to be registered by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) as an Instructor as set down in their course regulations. ARC Instructors follow a prescribed development pathway to ensure the maintenance of high standards. 

Darwin, NT:

  • September 19th 2022 

Palmerston, NT:

  • August 28th 2022
  • October 23rd 2022
  • November 27th 2022

To express interest in attending any of these dates, simply complete our expression of interest form by clicking the button below.

ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT LEVEL 2

Advanced Life Support Level 2

$1,595 pp

Overview 

This two day internationally accredited course has been developed to standardise the teaching of cardiac arrest and resuscitation management. 

The ALS course consists of lectures, practical workshops and cardiac arrest scenarios, providing the opportunity to practice skills and apply knowledge. 

The course will emphasise the importance of teamwork prior to safe transfer into a critical care environment. 

Course Content 

  • Recognition, assessment and management of the deteriorating patient using a structured ABCDE approach 
  • Treat cardiac and/or respiratory arrest, including manual defibrillation 
  • Management of life-threatening arrhythmias 
  • Preparing and planning for post resuscitation care 
  • Care for the deteriorating patient or patient in cardiac and/or respiratory arrest in special circumstances such as asthma, anaphylaxis, and pregnancy 
  • Lead a team, work as a team member, and use structured communication skills including giving an effective handover 

Cost 

  • $1595per/person 

Eligibility 

All registered medical practitioners, nurses and critical care paramedics, competent in basic life support 

Assessment 

Assessments are based on clinical scenarios that allow the participants to demonstrate the core competencies that have been taught on the course. These include a multiple choice questionnaire, airway management, safe defibrillation, and fully integrated cardiac arrest management. 

The ALS provider card will be issued by the Australian Resuscitation Council after successful completion of the course. The card is valid for four years, and is recognised Australia-wide and throughout the UK and Europe. 

Faculty 

All Instructors on our ALS courses have undergone training and development in order to be registered by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) as an Instructor as set down in their course regulations. ARC Instructors follow a prescribed development pathway to ensure the maintenance of high standards. 

Resuscitation Skills Centre has no upcoming ALS2 courses planned.


However click the button below and we will keep you updated as soon as we do.

Teaching on the Run

$90 - $480 pp

Overview

Through an innovative blended learning approach, combining e-Learning and face-to-face workshops the TELL Centre’s highly acclaimed suite of professional development foundation workshops assist health professionals to develop their workplace based clinical teaching, supervision and assessment skills.

The modular nature of the TOTR allows the Resus Skills Centre the ability to offer these workshops as either individual two-hour workshops or combined into a one or two day course to suit your needs.

Foundation Workshops

  • Clinical Supervision
  • Planning Learning
  • Clinical Teaching
  • Skills Teaching
  • Assessment Fundamentals
  • Supporting Learners
  • Effective Group Teaching
  • Facilitating Interprofessional Learning
  • Improving Communication

Cost

  • $480pp – 2 day program
  • $255pp – 1 day program
  • $90pp – Individual workshops
  • Custom Option available!

Eligibility

Any and all health professionals are welcome.

Assessment

Participants are required to complete online learning modules before attending the face to face workshops where continuous assessment takes place. A certificate of completion will be provided to participants issued by the TELL Centre once all face to face and online learning components have been completed.

Faculty

All Instructors on our TotR courses have undergone training and development in order to be registered by the TELL Centre as an Instructor as set down in their course regulations. Instructors follow a prescribed development pathway to ensure the maintenance of high standards.

Teaching on the Run courses are eligible for CPD points.

For more information head over to the TELL Centre website.

Resuscitation Skills Centre currently only offer the Teaching on the Run program and its individual courses, on demand.

To express interest in any of the Teaching on the Run products,  click the button below and we will work out a solution to suit you.

We are Kev & Jon

We have passion for high quality, evidence based, peer reviewed clinical education and training.

Years of working and teaching together has ignited a desire to take what we have learned, and share it with all health care providers throughout the NT.

Our goal being to ensure every clinician has access to the resuscitation skills and training that we were fortunate enough to receive.

Kev is an Emergency Nurse with a Masters in Advanced Nursing (Emergency) who has spent many years honing his emergency and critical care skills in Sydney and Darwin. He has worked in many senior emergency nursing positions, represented emergency nurses at a national level, and has taught on numerous nationally recognised medical short courses.

Jon is also an Emergency Nurse with a Diploma of Nursing Practice (Emergency). He is a clinical leader and educator in the emergency nursing field, with extensive experience teaching advanced life support along with multiple other medical short courses in the emergency and trauma landscape.

JON Resuscitation Skills Centre

Affiliates

Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC)

The ARC is a voluntary co-ordinating body which represents all major groups involved in the teaching and practice of resuscitation. The ARC produces Guidelines to meet its objectives in fostering uniformity and simplicity in resuscitation techniques and terminology.

The TELL Centre

Provide education programs and development coaching for all health professionals that support them in their workplace based clinical teaching, supervision and assessment roles. Their award winning Teaching on the Run program uses an innovative blended-learning approach that combines e-learning and face-to-face workshops.

Emergency Trauma Management (ETM)

ETM is one of the leading training organisations for trauma education in Australasia. Their team of medical experts and practitioners aim to educate and inspire through the delivery of modern, up to date trauma education.
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