Registrations are now open for the 2022 CRANAplus Conference.

To join the remote healthy community in Adelaide from 4-6 October, head to our conference website.

The BLS pro­gram address­es the car­diopul­monary resus­ci­ta­tion of infants, chil­dren and adults. The CRANAplus BLS pro­gram is designed to pro­vide a flex­i­ble learn­ing opportunity.

Who is this course for?

It is ide­al­ly suit­ed for all health pro­fes­sion­als prac­tic­ing in remote and iso­lat­ed con­text who require BLS skill set. If you are unsure if this course is suit­able for you please con­tact our team to dis­cuss your needs.

Pro­gram delivery

There are two com­po­nents to be com­plet­ed to receive a CRANAplus Basic Life Sup­port Certificate

  • An online the­o­ry mod­ule & mul­ti­ple-choice assessment
  • An indi­vid­ual sce­nario based prac­ti­cal assessment

Online Mod­ule Outline

  1. Legal and eth­i­cal considerations
  2. Car­diopul­monary resuscitation
  3. Post resus­ci­ta­tion care

Prac­ti­cal Assessment

Your BLS prac­ti­cal assess­ment can be com­plet­ed by a CRANAplus Edu­ca­tor either face-to-face or via Zoom.

Please note: If a CRANAplus Edu­ca­tor is not avail­able to do your assess­ment, an exter­nal asses­sor will be used. Exter­nal edu­ca­tors are appoint­ed by CRANAplus.

It is your respon­si­bil­i­ty to organ­ise the required doc­u­men­ta­tion, equip­ment, and venue for the prac­ti­cal assessment.

Down­load a copy of the BLS infor­ma­tion sheet includ­ing the list of required equip­ment click here.

On suc­cess­ful com­ple­tion par­tic­i­pants will be awarded:

  • A CRANAplus Basic Life Sup­port (Adult, Child & Infant) cer­tifi­cate (Valid for one year)

Accred­i­ta­tions

ACRRM