JADAKABE Pty Ltd t/as Category 5 Emergency Care- ABN: 34626601349

Phone: 0412899483

PO Box 394, Earlville Qld 4870

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Please note- JADAKABE PTY LTD (including: Category 5 Emergency Care, Specialised Outdoor Survival and Professional Sports Trainers Australia) is not a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). *All Nationally Recognised Training conducted by JADAKABE PTY LTD is conducted under the auspices and in partnership with Allens Training Pty Ltd, RTO number 90909

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Specialty Courses

 

 

Provide Pain Management

 

You are the sports trainer at a local juniors game when one of the players falls awkwardly and injures their leg. The player is in excruciating pain but the ambulance won’t be there for another 20 minutes. Ice won’t relieve the pain well enough and neither will ibuprofen. Wouldn’t it be nice to provide decent pain relief until the ambulance arrives?This course provides participants with the qualifications to provide stronger pain relief until the arrival of medical or other assistance.

 

COURSE CONTENTS:

  • Assessing pain

  • Medication Administration

  • Legal Requirements for medications

  • Methoxyflurane  via Penthrox Inhaler

 

COURSE INCLUSIONS:

  • First Aid manual & workbook

 

PREREQUISITES:

HLTAID003

 

NOTES:

Due to the practical components of the course, participants are   advised to wear comfortable casual attire.

Manage suspected spinal injuries

This 4 hour workshop is designed to give your sports trainers up to date skills and knowledge on spinal injury management. It is a practical workshop that gives participants plenty of hands on time to prepare for the real thing.

 

Topics include:

  • Recognition of potential spinal injuries

  • Mechanism of Injury

  • Signs and Symptoms

  • Initial management of the injured player

  • Cervical collars

  • C-Spine splints

  • Transporting the injured player

  • Scoop Stretchers

  • Spineboards

  • Ongoing management of the injured player   until the arrival of medical assistance

 

Includes a short session on concussion recognition

 

 

 

 

 

Wound management (Non accredited course)

This non-accredited course is designed to give participants skills and knowledge in various wound management.

Content includes:

  • Haemorrhage managment

    • Basic techniques​

    • Arterial Tourniquets

    • Epiglu

    • Haemostatic agents

  • Wound cleaning- Aseptic technique​

  • Various wound dressings

  • Basic suturing technique

Participants will receive a certificate of participation upon completion.