Welcome to the First Aid information page.
Below is general information about the requirements for you to complete first aid training as part of your qualification and how the training and course assessment works. We also give you instructions on how to access the online theoretical module.
All students studying the following qualifications must undertake compulsory first aid training as a requirement to successfully gain the qualification:
- CHC30121 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
- CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
- CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
- CHC50121 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
- CHC30315 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Disability and Home and Community Specialisation)
If you are studying Individual Support qualification you are required to complete module HLTAID011 – Provide first aid, and if you are studying Early Childhood Education and Care qualification you are required to complete HLTAID004 – Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting.
Your trainer will advise you which module is the right one for your qualification. The first aid training module has two components, a theoretical and a practical component. You must successfully complete both parts of the training in order to be competent in this unit. The theoretical component of the training must be completed prior to commencing the hands-on practical training.
Upon completion of the first aid module you will receive an email confirming your competency, and thus contributing towards your overall qualification.
Both HLTAID011 – Provide First Aid and HLTAID004 – Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting are valid for three years and are to meet the requirements of HLT health training package.
If you have previously completed a first aid module with another provider, you need to bring documented proof of your training to the college for verification. This can be provided through a transcript that is no more than three years old. The transcript should state the course code and course description. If you fail to provide the relevant documents, you will be required to complete the training as a requirement of the qualification.
This part of the course enables you to undertake the theoretical part of the module, which is presented as a series of nine quizzes for HLTAID011 and 10 quizzes for HLTAID004 and HLTAID012. You will be provided with a student workbook, the “ABC of First Aid Asthma & Anaphylaxis Booklet”, which you must read and understand in order to successfully complete the quizzes. You must get 100% of the quiz questions correct in order to pass this component of the first aid training.
The theoretical component of the first aid training is to be completed online. Enrolled students must log onto the website to complete the component. If you are enrolled to undertake the first aid training, you will receive an email from h&h confirming your enrolment, the date of the training and instructions on how and when to complete the online theoretical component. Only students who are enrolled in the course can register and participate in the online component. Once you have received the email with information about the course, click on the following link to access the course https://dev.hnh.org.au/login/?action=lostpassword.
Once you have clicked on the link, follow the instructions that were emailed to you by h&h to enable you to access the quiz.
You must complete the quiz in sequential order, and you must get 100% of the questions in each quiz correct before you can proceed to the next one. You will receive a notification at the end of each quiz informing you if you have been successful and can attempt the next quiz. Please note: you will be given unlimited attempts at each quiz, if you do not get 100% the first time you attempt the quiz.
You can only attend this training after you have successfully completed the online theoretical component.
On the day of training, it is recommended that you wear comfortable clothing for practical exercises.