Manual Handling Course Sunshine Coast
HLTWHS005 – Conduct Manual Tasks Safely
HLTWHS005 - Conduct Manual Tasks Safely Sunshine Coast
Nationally Accredited Course
First Aid Pro is a Registered Training Provider (RTO ID: 40407), and we pride ourselves on providing high-quality training with experienced and friendly facilitators. HLTWHS005 Conduct manual tasks safely, also known as manual handling training, is conducted at our Sunshine Coast training centre. The training centre is fully equipped practical lab including patient hoists, hospital beds, slide sheets, wheelchairs, wheelie walkers and everything needed to practice and demonstrate conducting manual tasks in a safe manner. With plenty of hands-on practice and practical examples, we aim to make this manual handling course informative, fun and enjoyable.
This course is specifically intended for nurses, health workers, support workers, NDIS providers, aged care workers working in hospitals and residential care settings. It is designed in accordance with the relevant state/territory legislation, including the hazardous manual tasks code of practice.
Clinical Placements – Uni Students
Before going to clinical placement, nursing students must take manual handling training. First Aid Pro provides nationally recognised training that combines the necessary theoretical and practical abilities to get you ready for your placement experience.
Agency nurses must annually renew their expertise in manual handling techniques; we offer nationally accredited courses or refresher training.
Manual Handling Course Calendar Sunshine Coast
How is the Course Delivered?
Training and assessment are delivered Face to Face within just 4 hours.
Prior to attending the face-to-face training and assessment, you will be required to complete the pre-course reading and the online quiz based on that content. This must be completed and digitally submitted before you attend the face-to-face session.
This online course content will be available to you through your online student portal once you have fully enrolled in the course, and can be completed at your own pace and at a time best suited to your schedule and working hours – provided it’s completed before the date of your face-to-face session.
The exact amount of time required to complete this online self-paced content varies from student to student based on working speed and prior knowledge, but we recommend leaving at least a half day free to work through the material.
How is the Course Structured?
All participants will be assessed through a combination of the following assessment methods:
- Practical Demonstrations: Simulated scenarios/Role playing
- Project (Risk Assessment)
- Knowledge Assessment
- Participants must be 14 years of age (Those who are under 18 must present an enrolment form from a parent or guardian to accept responsibility)
- Complete a risk assessment to reduce risks from manual tasks
- Communicate effectively to contribute to a consultation process about improving manual handling safety
- Use literacy and numeracy skills as require reading, interpret, and apply guidelines and protocols (e.g. read manufactures instruction and safety signs)
Physical Attributes Requirements
- Have the physical capacity to perform manual handling tasks safely
$125 (Varies from State to State)
The Manual Handling course frequently runs in Sunshine Coast over 7 days a week from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm (inclusive of a lunch break)
Suite 7, 137-141 Brisbane Road, Mooloolaba 4557 QLD
Certificate Issued Same Day
Participants who successfully complete this course will be awarded a Statement of Attainment for HTLWHS005 Conduct manual tasks safely. FirstAidPro aims to issue statements digitally, via email on the day that the training is successfully completed (subject to certain conditions). In order to issue your Statement, you need to have completed the self-paced learning component and the online quiz, and provided First Aid Pro with your verified USI (unique student identifier) before the course commences. Failure to provide this information may result in a delay in issuing your statement of attainment.
Professional Health Trainers
Our course instructors are all highly qualified training experts. Each is committed to providing a training experience that’s engaging, interactive, and enjoyable. If you have questions during the course of the training, be sure to ask and take advantage of their many years of experience.
All students undertaking accredited courses are required to provide the training organisation with their USI (unique student identifier). USI’s are generated by the commonwealth government to maintain a secure online personal training record. It is free to apply for a USI, and applications take less than five minutes. Click the link if you need to apply for a USI https://www.usi.gov.au/
The participant must be able to demonstrate essential knowledge required to effectively complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the work role. This includes knowledge of:
- key information from work health and safety (WHS) regulations relating to manual tasks and the national code of practice
- role and responsibilities of the employer and employees in relation to manual handling safety
- ways in which individual workers are involved in consultation about workplace health and safety
- reporting mechanisms required for workplace injury and compensation claims
- key aspects of the risk management approach to manual tasks
- risk factors and potential sources of risks of hazardous manual tasks:
Repetition, forces, postures, vibration and systems of work.
- types of manual task activity and the types of injuries that can result
- the relationship between the human body and risk of injury from performing manual tasks
- functions of the human body:
- the basic function of the spine
- body postures
- types of muscles
- principles of levers
- manual handling techniques that support safe work practice including :
- preparing the load/client
- preparing the environment
- using the stronger muscles in the legs where possible, rather than spinal muscles
- maintaining a neutral spine when lifting and carrying
- using two hands to lift or carry
- keeping the load close to the body/centre of gravity
- avoiding lifting objects above shoulder height
- minimising repetitive movements
- positions not held for long periods of time
- avoiding twisting by repositioning feet whilst turning
- types and operational features of mechanical aids, tools and equipment
The participant must show evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the job role. There must be evidence that the candidate has:
- Followed legally compliant workplace procedures to prepare for and complete at least 3 different manual tasks relevant to the work role
- contributed to a consultation process about improving manual handling