About this Course

Course Description:

This Perform Low Voltage Rescue and CPR (LVR CPR) refresher course covers the skills and knowledge to maintain competency to Perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines.

Perform Low Voltage Rescue and CPR (LVR CPR) refresher course provides participants with the necessary low voltage rescue and resuscitation skills to perform a safe rescue of a casualty who has received an electrical shock or personal injury while working on low voltage conductors.

Location:

Public courses run at Kallibr Training locations in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Private training can be organised and conducted onsite if the following training and assessment requirements are met:

  • A room with access to power, a blank wall for presentation, a projector screen or a large TV, table/s and chairs.
  • Clear open space for practical training

Course Outline

  • Available at Ingleburn, Salisbury, Melbourne
  • Onsite training available
  • Nationally recognised
  • Group discounts available
  • Online booking available

Course Outcomes

Learning Outcome

On completion of the course, participants will have gained the following skills and knowledge to:

  • Legislative requirements
  • Release of a casualty from live electrical apparatus
  • Perform first aid and resuscitation (CPR)
  • Provide basic first aid treatment (burns)

Outcome

Upon successful completion, student will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.

Important Information

If a participant withdraws from a qualification/unit, with less than seven (7) business days notice prior to commencement, Kallibr Training reserves the right to retain the 30% administration booking fee.

No refund will be provided within two (2) business days prior to commencement. No refund will be permitted after course commencement or if a participant fails to attend on the scheduled commencement date.

What to Expect

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