8.00am – 12.00 pm (unless otherwise stated)
February 8th 2022 FULL April 19th 2022 FULL
February 24th 2022 May 9th 2022 FULL
March 17th 2022 FULL June 14th 2022 FULL
March 31st 2022
July 15th 2022 FULL November 18th 2022
August 15th 2022 November 29th 2022
September 8th 2022 December 8th 2022
October 13th 2022 December 9th 2022
Brisbane Business Centre – Herston
17 Gould Road
Herston Qld 4006
This is such an engaging course with wonderful Presenters.
Dr Ken (Bundaberg)
The practical scenarios were invaluable. The overview of ‘where we are at’ with regards to resuscitation was most useful. Please continue same.
Very informative and educational. Fantastic Facilitators. Lots of fun.
Excellent update – concise and informative. Always well done.
Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine (ACRRM) Points
This activity has been accredited by the Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine (ACRRM), with the following points awarded:
10 Advanced Life Support points
2 PRPD points
12 Emergency Medicine MOPS points
Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA) CPD Program
Participants in the Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA) CPD program are able to claim this Advanced Life Support Course as an emergency response activity in their CPD portfolio.
Emergency response activity: Caridac Arrest (ALS)
Recognition Code: ER-19-CA-119
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Points
In addition, attendance at this course provides you with 8 Continuing Professional Development hours as part of your planned learning activities to maintain, improve and broaden your knowledge, expertise and competence. (Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, March
This activity has previously been approved by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) however we have elected to no longer submit our courses to RACGP for approval. Medical Officers who are members of RACGP are still able and most welcome to attend our courses then self-submit their certification for CPD points to be allocated.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is required for enrolment in the ALS Recertification Course and gained through one of the following avenues:
Recognition of Current Competence (RCC)
HealthCare Training Service will provide RCC where a participant has previously successfully completed all requirements of the full 2-day advanced life support course or ALS recertification course within the preceding twelve (12) months and is required to be reassessed to ensure that competence is being maintained. RCC does not include any additional training of advanced life support competency. If RCC can be demonstrated by the participant, the participant is entitled to enrol in the ALS Recertification Course.
Recognition of Qualifications issued by other accredited ALS Providers
HealthCare Training Service recognises Advanced Life Support Certification and statements of attainment issued by any other accredited Advanced Life Support Course provider. A participant who holds certification of ALS competency completed by the participant within the preceding twelve (12) months will be entitled to enrol in the ALS Recertification Course.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of prior learning is available to all HealthCare Training Service participants. RPL is a process that recognises the individual’s non-formal and informal learning to determine the extent to which that individual has achieved the required learning outcomes or competency outcomes. RPL does not include additional training of advanced life support competency.
RPL involves the assessment of previously unrecognised skills and knowledge an individual has achieved outside of an accredited Advanced Life Support Course. To achieve RPL the individual will need to demonstrate advanced knowledge and clinical competence in advanced life support practices. This may be achieved through the successful completion of an un-accredited advanced life support course and/or demonstrated extensive clinical experience in a critical care, emergency or trauma unit.
A participant who demonstrates prior learning and competence in advanced life support will be entitled to enrol in the ALS Recertification Course. Participants wishing to apply for RPL should contact the ALS Course Coordinator to discuss their suitability for RPL.