Industrial Medical Centre – [Clinical Skills]

Professional Development Workshop

The Industrial Medical Centre program is a new and innovative series of workshops designed for any person currently working in a remote area medical centre. It provides the missing link between classroom education and real work requirements. The program has a core focus on skills that are required whilst working in a First Aid room or a Mine Site Medical Centre.

The workshop is suitable for;

  • EMS first responders
  • Mine rescue members
  • Medics
  • Certificate IV in Health Care
  • Paramedics
  • Diploma of Paramedical Science
  • Enroled Nurse
  • Registered Nurse
  • Industrial Nurse

All workshops have a suggested minimum qualification level requirement for program entry, however, we encourage all providers to consider professional development as a necessary component to their already existing skill set.

Workshops include, but are not limited to;

  • Dressings and bandages – what type to use and when – wet dressings v’s Dry
  • Wound closure and ongoing wound care
  • Basic skin conditions, recognition and treatment
  • Drug and alcohol screening
  • Urinalysis
  • Basic eyes, ears, nose and throat assessment & treatment
  • Removal of foreign body from eye – correct use of eye medication(s)
  • Introduction to mental health first aid
  • 12 Lead ECG Placement – Recording – Transmission
  • Pharmacology review including pain management – all provider levels

Additional benefits

  • Train in your own first aid room & onsite equipment
  • We will provide training on latest equipment available
  • No additional cost for after-hours courses
  • No additional cost for remote area delivery (instructor travel fee only applies)
  • contextualised to your workplace
Booking request

Types of Dressings [Wet – Dry]
Wound closure
Skin conditions
Drug and alcohol screening
Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat
Introduction mental health first aid
12 Lead ECG Placement
Pharmacology review
Site Protocols
Site specific requirements