Training includes the practical skills and knowledge to:
- Prepare and check the non-emergency patient vehicle and equipment
- Ensure faults in the vehicle and equipment are remedied
- Convey and receive necessary information using available modes of communication
- Load, unload and secure non-emergency patient and other specific personnel for transportation
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Applicants must possess a full drivers licence (provisional or learner permit drivers are not eligible).
This short course involves 2 days of training and includes a blend of theoretical and practical skill based elements.
To successfully complete HLTAMB014 participants need to demonstrate:
- An ability to check the safety of the transport vehicle
- An ability to safely transport 3 different non-emergency patients under operational conditions including the loading and unloading of the patient
- An understanding of organisation policy and procedures for vehicles used for transportation of non-emergency patients, equipment in vehicles and vehicle checks
- An understanding of relevant acts, regulations and organisation policies procedures related to transport of non-emergency patients
- An understanding of stock inventory and the safe storage and disposal of pharmacological products
- Use of communications equipment and systems and knowledge of related procedures
- An understanding of vehicle and non-emergency resources organisation operating procedures
To be assessed as Competent the participant is required to:
- Participate in activities and scenarios as directed by the trainer
- Successfully complete a series of multiple choice questions
- Demonstrate the application of practical skills required for this unit of competency outcome.
On successful completion, participants will be issued with a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for HLTAMB014 – Transport non-emergency patients under operational conditions.
For some Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses, this unit may also contribute towards nationally recognised qualifications. The training may also provide an opportunity for professional development by increasing skills, knowledge and application in the work or home environment.
Our trainers all hold a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment and have current, extensive experience in the community as Health Care professionals, Paramedics or Nurses. We offer the highest standards of knowledge and skills transfer, supported by up-to-date, relevant information on industry practices and protocols.
This unit contributes to many Nationally Recognised Training Qualifications which is recognised within the Australian Qualifications Framework.