Emergency Management Courses List

 Heat Stress & Hydration


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
          4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
          4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
          4.3 Course Outline - Heat Stress & Hydration

               4.3.1     Roles and responsibilities

               4.3.2     Examples of heat stress

               4.3.3     Causes of heat stress

               4.3.4      Warning signs of heat stress

               4.3.5     Understanding heat stress incidents

               4.3.6     Preventing incidents

               4.3.7     Balanced Hydration

               4.3.8     Reducing heat stress exposure

               4.3.9     Increasing heat stress management potential

               4.3.10   Improving heat stress management practices

               4.3.11   Examples of other temperature stress

               4.3.12   Warning signs of other temperature stress

               4.3.13   Increasing other temperature stress management potential

               4.3.14   Improving other temperatures stress management practices

               4.3.15   Managing a structured approach

5.0    Risk Management
6.0    Hazard ID and Management
7.0    Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0    Equipment Operational Checks
9.0    Review
10.0  Assessment

 Basic Fire Extinguisher & Response


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care )
4.0 Technical Course Elements
       4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
       4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
       4.3 Course Outline

               4.3.1     The Fire Triangle

               4.3.2     Fuel

               4.3.3     Heat

               4.3.4     Oxygen

               4.3.5     Combustion

               4.3.6     Types of fires

               4.3.7     Types of fire extinguishers

               4.3.8     Fire extinguisher features

               4.3.9     Fire extinguisher operation and fire emergency response

               4.3.10  Fire extinguisher maintenance

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0  Assessment

Fire Fighting


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
          4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
          4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
          4.3 Course Outline - Firefighting (Twelve Module Programme)

M1. Urban and industrial Firefighting

M2. Urban and Industrial Rescue

M3. Bush Firefighting

M4. Motor Fire Fighting and Vehicle Crash Rescue

M5. Petrochemical Firefighting and Rescue

M6. Port, Ship, Offshore Rig and Barge Firefighting and Rescue 

M7. Helicopter Rescue Crew operations

M8. Air Crash Firefighting and Air Crash Rescue

M9. Primary Emergency Care to Advanced Emergency Care

M10. Major Disaster Response

M11. Civil Unrest Response

M12. Terror Activity Response

 

Subjects

S1. Incident approach method & strategy (man and task strategy)

S2. Incident assessment and response design (man and task structure)

S3. Incident response, (man and task, planning)

S4. Incident on-ground action (man and task implementation)

S5. Incident scene management and conclusion (man and task, solution)


Terror Incident Response Subjects
Subject 1
Method & Strategy 

a)      Designation

b)      Design

c)      Decision

d)      Delegation

e)      Delivery


Subject 2 Assessment - Incident assessment

a)      Incident assessment

b)      Incident response design

c)      Incident access management

d)      Incident escalation control

e)      Incident conclusion

 

Subject 3 Incident response

a)      Level 1

b)      Level 2

c)      Level 3

d)      Level 4

e)      Level 5

 

Subject 4 On-ground incident action

a)      Incident interpretation

b)      Incident control

c)      Search and identification

d)     Search and rescue

e)     Incident solution

 

Subject 5 Risk Management

a)      Present risk determination

b)      Immediate risk solutions

c)      Forward risk determination

d)      Forward risk solutions

e)      Release of incident ground and lessons learned

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0  Assessment

 Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Management


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care )
4.0 Technical Course Elements
       4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
      4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
      4.3 Course Outline - Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Management

              4.3.1     Roles and responsibilities

              4.3.2     Defining emergency and disaster preparedness management

              4.3.3     Designing emergency and disaster preparedness management,

              4.3.4      Emergency management in an operational mode

              4.3.5     Understanding emergency and disaster preparedness management

              4.3.6     Understanding constraints in emergency and disaster preparedness management

             4.3.7     Strategies to mitigate emergency and disaster preparedness management constraints

             4.3.8     Elements that drive successful emergency and disaster preparedness management

             4.3.9     Developing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management policies

             4.3.10  Developing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management procedures

             4.3.11  Designing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management strategies

            4.3.12  Developing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management plans

            4.3.13  Designing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management plans

            4.3.14  Executing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management plans

            4.3.15  Reviewing effective emergency and disaster preparedness management plans

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0  Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0  Review
10.0 Assessment

Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Supervision


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
4.3 Course Outline - Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Supervision

        4.3.1     Roles and responsibilities

        4.3.2     Defining emergency and disaster ground and resources

        4.3.3     Designing emergency and disaster priorities

        4.3.4      Emergency supervision in an operational mode

        4.3.5     Understanding emergency and disaster supervision

        4.3.6     Understanding constraints in emergency and disaster supervision

        4.3.7     Strategies to mitigate emergency and disaster supervision constraints 

        4.3.8     Elements that drive successful emergency and disaster supervision

        4.3.9     Developing effective emergency and disaster on-scene operations policies

        4.3.10  Developing effective emergency and disaster on-scene operations procedures

       4.3.11  Designing effective emergency and disaster on-scene operations strategies

        4.3.12  Developing effective emergency and disaster on-scene operations plans

        4.3.13  Designing effective emergency and disaster on-scene operations plans

        4.3.14  Executing effective emergency and disaster on-scene operations plans, 

        4.3.15  Reviewing effective emergency and disaster on-scene operations plans 

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Crisis Management and Supervision


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
       4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
       4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
       4.3 Course Outline - Crisis management and  Supervision

                4.3.1   Roles and responsibilities

                4.3.2   Defining Crisis management

                4.3.3   Designing Crisis management

                4.3.4   Crisis management in an operational mode

                4.3.5   Understanding Crisis management

               4.3.6    Understanding constraints in Crisis management

               4.3.7    Strategies to mitigate Crisis management constraints

               4.3.8    Elements that drive successful Crisis management

               4.3.9    Developing effective Crisis management policies

              4.3.10  Developing effective Crisis management procedures

              4.3.11  Designing effective Crisis management strategies

              4.3.12  Developing effective Crisis management plans and supervision processes

              4.3.13  Designing effective Crisis management and supervision processes

              4.3.14  Executing effective Crisis and crisis supervision management plans

              4.3.15  Reviewing effective Crisis and crisis supervision management plans

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

Emergency Medical Technician


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
       4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
       4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
       4.3 Course Outline - Emergency Medical Technician

               4.3.1  Emergency Medical Care 

               4.3.2  Medication Assisted Care

               4.3.3  Life Support Management (DRSABCDE)

               4.3.4  Airway Management and Oxygen Management

               4.3.5  CPR – Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Management 

               4.3.6  Shock Assessment and Management 

               4.3.7  Fits, Seizures and Convulsions Management

               4.3.8  Heart Attack and Cardiac Emergencies Management

               4.3.9  Bleeding and Wound Care Management 

               4.3.10  Burns and Scalds Management

               4.3.11  Extremes of Heat and Cold Management

               4.3.12 Abdominal injuries Management

               4.3.13  Chest Injuries Management

               4.3.14  Head Injuries Management

               4.3.15  Stroke Management

               4.3.16  Muscle Injuries Management

               4.3.17  Bone Injuries Management

               4.3.125  Bites and Sting Management

               4.3.18  Poisons and Toxic Substances Management

               4.3.19  Mental Health and Anxiety

               4.3.20  Emergency Childbirth

               4.3.21  Scene Management

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

 Patient Care and Clinic Nursing Assistant


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
       4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
       4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
       4.3 Course Outline - Patient Care and Clinic Nursing Assistant

               4.3.1  General Patient Care Management

               4.3.2 Basic Life Support Management (DRSABCDE)

               4.3.3   Airway Management

               4.3.4  CPR – Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Management

               4.3.5 Shock Assessment and Management

               4.3.6 Fits, Seizures and Convulsions Management

               4.3.7 Heart Attack and Cardiac Emergencies Management

               4.3.8 Bleeding and Wound Care Management

               4.3.9 Burns and Scalds Management

               4.3.10 Extremes of Heat and Cold Management

               4.3.11 Abdominal injuries Management

               4.3.12 Chest Injuries Management

               4.3.13 Head Injuries Management

               4.3.14 Stroke Management

               4.3.15 Muscle Injuries Management

               4.3.16 Bone Injuries Management

               4.3.146  Bites and Sting Management

               4.3.147 Poisons and Toxic Substances Management

               4.3.18 Mental Health and Anxiety

               4.3.19 Bathing, Showering and Washing Patients

               4.3.20 Assisting Patients with Bedpans and Toilet

               4.3.21 Clinic Hygiene

               4.3.22 Clinic Cleanliness

               4.3.23 Clinic Organisation

               4.3.24 Clinic Set Up

               4.3.25 Clinic Security

               4.3.26 Clinic Management

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

General Care Nurses Aid 


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
       4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
       4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
       4.3 Course Outline - General Care Nurses Aid

               4.3.1  General Patient Care Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.2  Basic Life Support Management in a time extended situation (DRSABCDE)

               4.3.3  Airway Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.4  CPR–Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.5  Shock Assessment and Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.6  Fits, Seizures and Convulsions Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.7  Heart Attack and Cardiac Emergencies Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.8  Bleeding and Wound Care Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.9  Burns and Scalds Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.10  Extremes of Heat and Cold Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.11  Abdominal injuries Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.12  Chest Injuries Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.13  Head Injuries Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.14 Stroke Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.15  Muscle Injuries Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.16  Bone Injuries Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.17  Bites and Sting Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.18  Poisons and Toxic Substances Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.19 Mental Health and Anxiety in a time extended situation

               4.3.20 Bathing, Showering and Washing Patients in a time extended situation

               4.3.21 Assisting Patients with Bedpans and Toilet in a time extended situation

               4.3.22  General Centre Hygiene in a time extended situation

               4.3.23 General Centre Cleanliness in a time extended situation

               4.3.24 General Centre Areas Organisation in a time extended situation

               4.3.25 General Centre Areas Set Up in a time extended situation

               4.3.26 General Centre Areas Security in a time extended situation

               4.3.27 General Centre Areas Management in a time extended situation

               4.3.28 General Centre Hygiene in a time extended situation

               4.3.29 General Centre Cleanliness in a time extended situation

               4.3.30 General Centre Areas Organisation in a time extended situation

               4.3.31 General Centre Areas Set Up in a time extended situation

               4.3.32 General Centre Areas Security in a time extended situation

               4.3.33 General Centre Areas Management in a time extended situation

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10.0 Assessment

Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
       4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
       4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
       4.3 Course Outline - Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus

               4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

               4.3.2  Selection, use and maintenance of respiratory protective equipment

               4.3.3  Respiration

               4.3.4  Composition of the atmosphere

               4.3.5  Breathing apparatus general principals of operation

               4.3.6  SCBA calculations and charts

               4.3.7  Donning and doffing a BA set

               4.3.8  Cleaning of a BA set

               4.3.9  Safe work practices BA entry control

               4.3.10  Entrapped procedure

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Road Crash Rescue


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
        4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3 Course Outline - Road Crash Rescue

               4.3.1 Roles and responsibilities

               4.3.2 Road Crash Rescue introduction

               4.3.3 Vehicle Rescue Equipment

               4.3.4  Vehicle Construction

               4.3.5 Characteristics of Road Crashes

               4.3.6 Casualty Access

               4.5.6 Primary Entry

               4.3.8 Occupational Stress

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Hazardous Materials and Response


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
        4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3 Course Outline - Hazardous Materials and Response

4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

4.3.2  Hazmat Management

4.3.3  Protective Clothing

4.3.4  Identifying Hazardous Materials

4.3.5  Hazmat Recovery

4.3.6  Decontamination

4.3.7  Special Risk Hazmat

4.3.7  Practical Activities


5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Confined Space Rescue

 

1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
        4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3 Course Outline - Confined Space Rescue

                4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                4.3.2  Confined space controls

                4.3.3  Carrying out work in a confined space

                4.3.4  Identifying rescue equipment

                4.3.5  Inspection of equipment

                4.3.6  Correct use of rescue equipment

                4.3.7  Scene reconnaissance

                4.3.8  Rescue procedures

                4.3.9  Access to and moving of casualties

               4.3.10  Rescue plans

               4.3.11  Operational stress

               4.3.12  Debriefing

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Vertical Rope Rescue


 1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
        4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3 Course Outline - Vertical Rope Rescue

               4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

               4.3.2  Overview of equipment

               4.3.3  Storage / inspection of equipment

               4.3.4  Correct use of equipment

               4.3.5  Scene reconnaissance

               4.3.6  Personal protection

               4.3.7  Access to casualties

               4.3.8  Moving casualties

               4.3.9  Overview of operational stress

               4.3.10  Rescue procedures

               4.3.11  Debriefing

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

 Search and Rescue


1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
        4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3 Course Outline - Search and Rescue

4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

4.3.2  Personal Protective Equipment

4.3.3  The Need for a team approach

4.3.4  Physical Hazards, Limitations and OHS

4.3.5  Area of Operations

          4.3.5.1 Land search and rescue

          4.3.5.2 Building collapse

          4.3.5.3 Rough terrain

          4.3.5.4 Heavy forest

          4.3.5.5 Desolate terrain

          4.3.5.6 Waterways search and rescue

          4.3.5.7 Underground search and rescue

          4.3.5.8 Marine search and rescue

          4.3.5.9 Mountain search and rescue

          4.3.5.10 Urban search and rescue

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Flood and Swift Water Rescue

1.0 HOUSEKEEPING (PERSONAL HYGIENE, TIMEKEEPING, CLASSROOM & SOCIAL INTERACTION)

2.0 COURSE OUTLINE (EXPLANATION AND PLAN AND PREPARE)

3.0 OHS AND RISK (DUTY OF CARE)

4.0 TECHNICAL COURSE ELEMENTS        

4.1 DOCUMENTATION, INCLUDING RECORDS AND RECORD KEEPING        

4.2 COMMUNICATION & PROBLEM SOLVING      

4.3 COURSE OUTLINE - FLOOD AND SWIFT WATER  RESCUE 4.3.1 Roles and responsibilities


4.3.2  Standard Operating Procedures

4.3.3  Incident Size-up

4.3.4  Swift water Rescue Code

4.3.5  Hierarchy of Rescue Responses

4.3.6      Equipment

4.3.7    Safe Swimming

4.3.8    Talk and Reach

4.3.9    Inflatable Fire Hose Rescue

4.3.10   Wade Rescues

4.3.11   Throw Line Rescues

4.3.13    Techno Rescues

4.3.14    Go-Tow Rescue

4.3.15    Entrapment

4.3.16    Row Rescues

4.3.17    Tethered Inflatable Rescue Boat Systems

4.3.18    Unstable Surface Rescue

4.3.19    Inflatable Rescue Pathway

4.3.20    Mud/Sand Lance or Fire-Rescue Piercing Nozzle

4.3.21    Helicopter Rescues

4.3.22    National Incident Management System

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Responding to Aviation Incidents 


1.0 HOUSEKEEPING (PERSONAL HYGIENE, TIMEKEEPING, CLASSROOM & SOCIAL INTERACTION)

2.0 COURSE OUTLINE (EXPLANATION AND PLAN AND PREPARE)

3.0 OHS AND RISK (DUTY OF CARE)

4.0 TECHNICAL COURSE ELEMENTS        

4.1 DOCUMENTATION, INCLUDING RECORDS AND RECORD KEEPING      

  4.2 COMMUNICATION & PROBLEM SOLVING        

4.3 COURSE OUTLINE - RESPONDING TO AVIATION INCIDENTS               

               4. 3.1  Roles and responsibilities

               4.3.2  Introduction

              4. 3.3  Classification of crash types

              4. 3.4  Procedure for Aircraft accident

              4. 3.5  Military aircraft general overview

               4.3.6  Civil aircraft

             4.3.7  Passengers and people

               4.3.8  Fuel

               4.3.9  Cargo

              4. 3.10  Tyres

              4. 3.11  Health hazards

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Lead Manage and Develop Teams


1.0 HOUSEKEEPING (PERSONAL HYGIENE, TIMEKEEPING, CLASSROOM & SOCIAL INTERACTION)

2.0 COURSE OUTLINE (EXPLANATION AND PLAN AND PREPARE)

3.0 OHS AND RISK (DUTY OF CARE)

4.0 TECHNICAL COURSE ELEMENTS        

4.1 DOCUMENTATION, INCLUDING RECORDS AND RECORD KEEPING        

4.2 COMMUNICATION & PROBLEM SOLVING        

4.3 COURSE OUTLINE - LEAD MANAGE AND DEVELOP TEAMS

4.3.1 Roles and responsibilities

4.3.2 Scheduling

4.3.3 Planning and Plans

4.3.4 Monitoring Crew Performance

4.3.5 Principles of AIIMS & Management Structure

4.3.6 Effective Crew Management 

4.3.7 Communication

4.3.8 Consultation

4.3.9 Briefings and Debriefings

4.3.10 Reports and Reporting

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Communication


1.0 HOUSEKEEPING (PERSONAL HYGIENE, TIMEKEEPING, CLASSROOM & SOCIAL INTERACTION)

2.0 COURSE OUTLINE (EXPLANATION AND PLAN AND PREPARE)

3.0 OHS AND RISK (DUTY OF CARE)

4.0 TECHNICAL COURSE ELEMENTS        

4.1 DOCUMENTATION, INCLUDING RECORDS AND RECORD KEEPING      

  4.2 COMMUNICATION & PROBLEM SOLVING         4.3 COURSE OUTLINE - COMMUNICATION

              4. 3.1  Roles and responsibilities

              4. 3.2   Introduction

             4.3.3 Effective Communication, Verbal Communication

             4.3.4  Verbal Communication

                       4.3.4.1 Communicating information on your radio

                       4. 3.4.2  Pro-words

                       4.3.4.3  Phonetic Alphabet

                       4.3.4.4  Transmitting numbers  and times

                       4. 3.4.5   Call Signs

                       4.3.4.6  Receiving and transmitting calls and messages

                       4.3.4.7  Voice Procedure

                       4.3.4.8   Operational Procedure


             4.3.5 Written Communication

                       4.3.5.1 Clear printing always

                       4.3.5.2 Facts  and Figures

                       4.3.5.3 Opinions 

                       4.3.5.4 Be Concise and To The Point

                       4.3.5.5  Make Copies From The First Instant

                       4.3.5.6 Confidentiality and The Distribution of Information

                       4.3.5.8 Report Writing

                       4.3.5.9 Report Presentation

                       4.3.5.10 Justification of Information


            4.3.6 Signalling

                       4.3.6.1 Methods

                       4.3.6.2 Mechanics of Signalling

                       4.3.6.3 Storage and Transfer of Signal Information

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Navigation

1.0 HOUSEKEEPING (PERSONAL HYGIENE, TIMEKEEPING, CLASSROOM & SOCIAL INTERACTION)

2.0 COURSE OUTLINE (EXPLANATION AND PLAN AND PREPARE)

3.0 OHS AND RISK (DUTY OF CARE)

4.0 TECHNICAL COURSE ELEMENTS        

4.1 DOCUMENTATION, INCLUDING RECORDS AND RECORD KEEPING      

4.2 COMMUNICATION & PROBLEM SOLVING        

4.3 COURSE OUTLINE - NAVIGATION

                4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                4.3.2  Prepare for navigation

                         4.3.2.1  Applicable occupational health and safety (OHS),environmental,legislative and organisational requirements relevant to navigating in a remote or trackless areas are 

                                     identified and followed

                        4.3.2.2 Information is gathered and relevant factors are identified and checked with appropriate personnel

                        4.3.2.3 Suitable maps, equipment and navigation aids are selected and checked for accuracy, currency and operational effectiveness in line with manufacturer

                                    recommendations

                       4.3.2.4 Faults or errors in maps and equipment are detected and corrected

                       4.3.2.5 Communication with others is established and maintained in line with OHS requirements

               4.3.4 Plan the route

                        4.3.4.1 Route is planned in line with assignment instructions and OHS requirements

                        4.3.4.2 Maps are examined to identify relevant symbols, information, navigation data and environmental requirements

                        4.3.4.3 Accurate grid and magnetic bearings are calculated using maps and equipment in line with assignment instructions

                        4.3.4.4 Emergency or contingency exit routes are planned and other risks are planned for

                        4.3.4.5 Limitations in planning are specified and assistance is sought in line with organisational requirements

                        4.3.4.5  Conduct navigation

                        4.3.4.6 Navigation is undertaken in line with planned route and schedule

                        4.3.4.7 Maps are correctly orientated to surroundings in line with planned route

                        4.3.4.8 Equipment and navigation aids are used in line with manufacturer recommendations

                       4.3.4.9 Alternative routes are navigated to bypass obstacles and improve efficiency of route or course

                       4.3.4.10 Impact on the environment as a result of navigation is minimised

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

Fire Warden


1.0 HOUSEKEEPING (PERSONAL HYGIENE, TIMEKEEPING, CLASSROOM & SOCIAL INTERACTION)

2.0 COURSE OUTLINE (EXPLANATION AND PLAN AND PREPARE)

3.0 OHS AND RISK (DUTY OF CARE)

4.0 TECHNICAL COURSE ELEMENTS        

4.1 DOCUMENTATION, INCLUDING RECORDS AND RECORD KEEPING        

4.2 COMMUNICATION & PROBLEM SOLVING        

4.3 COURSE OUTLINE - FIRE WARDEN                

                4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities


                4.3.2  Identify Emergency team roles and responsibilities

                4.3.3  Cooperate with other Emergency services

                4.3.4  Evaluate the Emergency

                4.3.5  Contain Emergencies

                4.3.6  use Emergency Equipment

                4.3.7  Report outcomes of Emergency response

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment


Senior Fire Warden

 

1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
        4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3 Course Outline - Senior Fire Warden

                4.3.1  Roles and responsibilities

                4.3.2  Legislation and  regulations

                4.3.3  Planning for Emergencies in facilities & Indemnity

                4.3.4  Emergency response structure

                4.3.5  Crucial fire safety groups

                4.3.6  Dealing with a range of people & cultural awareness

                4.3.7  Mobility impaired persons

                4.3.8  Initiate & control initial response

                4.3.9  First response leadership & interpersonal communication

                4.3.10  Basic fire indicator panel system

                4.3.11  Panel operation

                4.3.12 Evacuation diagrams

                4.3.13 Head debrief after an exercise or incident

 

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment

On Scene Controller

 

1.0 Housekeeping (Personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction)
2.0 Course Outline (Explanation and Plan and Prepare)
3.0 OHS and Risk (Duty of Care)
4.0 Technical Course Elements
        4.1 Documentation, including records and record keeping
        4.2 Communication & Problem Solving
        4.3 Course Outline - On Scence Controller

                4.3.1 Roles and responsibilities

                4.3.2  Introduction and Background

                4.3.3  Principals of Operations

                4.3.4  Divisions and Sectors

                4.3.5 Incident Management

                4.3.6  Communication

                4.3.7  Situation Reports

                4.3.8 Incident Briefings

                4.3.9 Managing a scene

 

5.0 Risk Management
6.0 Hazard ID and Management
7.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
8.0 Equipment Operational Checks
9.0 Review
10. Assessment