Education & Training Courses

HealthEd Vic offers onsite and regularly scheduled education and training activities that cover clinical and non clinical issues and address industry standards in the health, sports and fitness industries

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Emergency Response Coordinator Training

The AFL expects that football matches at all levels will be played in good quality environments and the safety of players is central to that environment. Our Emergency Response Coordinator (ERC) Training aims to equip individuals with the knowledge and skill to competently manage acute on field emergencies. 

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Perform CPR - HLTAID001

The presence of a confident trained individual who is ready, willing, able and equipped to act is key to dramatically improving the outcome for somone suffering from sudden cardiac arrest. Our course will ensure you will leave feeling confident and empowered should an emergency arise. Delivered in partnership with Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 9090

Provide First Aid - HLTAID003

It takes a confident and skilled individual to take action and provide the first response care that can dramatically improve the outcome for the casualty. Our course involves the use of simulated scenarios which reflect real life situations ensuring you. Delivered in partnership with Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 9090

 

Effective Vaccine Storage

Assuring vaccine quality and maintaining the cold chain is a key component of an effective immunisation program. HealthEd Vic can undertake a vaccine storage audit and data logging services to verify cold chain efficacy and to enable a quality control check of the vaccine refrigerator temperature.

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Introduction to Infection Prevention & Control 

Effective infection prevention and control is central to providing high quality health care for patients and a safe working environment. Ensuring all staff members have a thorough understanding of the principles infection prevention and control in the workplace is crucial to effective infection prevention and control.

Introduction to general practice nursing 

Practice nurses have an important role in primary health care and understanding how a practice may utilise nursing service is key to ensuring the nurses critical role in delivering continuous care to patients that results in improved health outcomes.

 

MANAGING DIFFICULT SITUATIONS & BEHAVIOURS

In all workplaces staff are are likely to encounter difficult situations and behaviours, particularly staff working in healthcare because of their constant exposure to patients and their families.  Managing an episode of aggressive or disruptive behaviour can be stressful for all involved, the challenge is to minimise danger and at the same time, maximise the opportunity for a positive outcome. 

Triage Training for Non Clinical Staff

A triage system allows identification of patients who require priority access to the practitioner/treatment due to potentially serious/urgent presentations. From a risk management perspective, it is particularly important that the relevant nonclinical staff receive triage training in order to recognise medical emergencies and prioritise appointments for patients with urgent clinical needs.

Instrument Cleaning & Sterilisation

A reliable and reproducible cleaning, disinfecting and sterilisation process ensures workplaces have a safe clinical environment that protects the health and wellbeing of all patients and staff. The sterilising of reusable medical devices is a specialised area of infection prevention and there are certain principles that must be applied to ensure instruments and equipment have been appropriately reprocessed.