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Our face-to-face clinical skills courses provide certification and prepare nurses and midwives for remote practice
CRANAplus delivers specialised courses to support and develop remote health and isolated health professionals and managers. From midwifery upskilling to management courses, our clinical skills courses cover all fields of remote area practice.
Through our in-person nursing courses such as our REC course, maternity emergency care course, emergency triage workshop, ALS certificate course, and BLS training, we cover topics including basic life support, advanced life support, clinical emergency care, mental health training, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander maternity and remote emergency care.
Designed for Nurses, Midwives, Paramedics, and Medical Officers, but open to any remote health care workers, the Advanced Life Support Program is based on ANZCOR Guidelines and best practice principles. The course will provide the remote health workforce with the advanced life support skills required in the management of the patient prior, during…
Designed specifically for Nurses and remote GPs, but open to a variety of remote health care professionals, the Advanced Remote Emergency Care course aims to extend the competencies of the experienced Remote Health Practitioner to an advanced level. It has a focus on team leadership, critical thinking and communication in emergency situations.
The BLS program addresses CPR resuscitation of infants, children and adults. It is suited for all health professionals practicing in a remote and isolated context.
The CECW workshop explores the central idea that respectful behaviours are central to a healthy workplace culture. The workshop addresses interpersonal skills, values-based and reflective practices that are necessary for dealing with the complexities of workplace culture.
Designed specifically for Medical Receptionists and/or Practice Nurses with a focus on the application of triage principals in a primary health setting
The First Peoples Communication, Consultation and Competency in Clinical Skills course is designed to develop the skills and knowledge of Health Workers/Practitioners to confidently use the Primary Clinical Care Manual (PCCM) or Central Australia Rural Practitioners Association Standard Treatment Manual (CARPA). Skills are developed throughout the…
Designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers/Practitioners, the First Peoples Maternity Emergency Care course upskills health workers and practitioners to provide emergency care for pregnant women and their babies in the remote setting.
Designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers/Practitioners, the First Peoples Remote Emergency Care course upskills health workers and practitioners to manage trauma and medical emergencies in the remote setting.
Designed for Nurses, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners, Paramedics and Medical Officers, the Maternity Emergency Care course enables the remote health workforce to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to provide emergency care for expectant mothers and their babies in a remote or isolated setting.
The remote and isolated health workforce frequently identify that they feel inadequately equipped to manage acute mental health issues, substance affected patients, and episodes of acute distress resulting from attempted/completed suicide and other traumatic events. This course aims to build participant confidence in responding to such issues.
Designed for Midwives or GPs with relevant obstetric experience, the Midwifery Upskilling course provides an overview of current best practice in antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal care. This includes a discussion of complications in pregnancy/birth and the emergency management of a pregnant woman and her baby, with an emphasis on care in the…
The CRANAplus Paediatric Emergency Care (PEC) course is an interactive, practical course that covers aspects of the emergency management of children in the remote and isolated settings. The course aims to increase your knowledge and skills with paediatric presentations and focuses on assessment, communication and management of paediatric emergency…
Designed for Nurses, Midwives, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners, Paramedics, and Medical Officers, the Remote Emergency Care course allows participants to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to respond with confidence to emergency situations and to deliver safe and quality care in the…
The Remote Management Program is designed to enhance and broaden the manager’s existing expertise regarding leadership and management, clinical governance, and project management underpinned by an action learning approach.
Designed specifically for nurses (including practice nurses) and general practitioners but open to a variety of health care professionals, the Triage Emergency Care Course is based on the Emergency Triage Education Kit (ETEK), with a focus on its application for rural, remote and isolated settings. The course upskills the rural triage practitioner…
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