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Critical Care
When it's critical it has to be memorable

Critical Care Clinical Update Bundle

Get the most out of your CPD with our Clinical Update Bundle — offering nurses the latest learnings for an incredible price. .

Nurses, Doctors & Paramedics

Continue your healthcare education and professional development with our range of online and face-to-face courses.

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Our Public Courses

It's more than CPD. It's education as incredible as the job you do everyday.

Acute Care

Recognising and Responding to Clinical Deterioration Course
Recognising and Responding to Clinical Deterioration

A problem solving approach to the assessment and management of a wide variety of patient conditions with the aim of improving patient safety and outcomes.

Paediatric Assessment of Clinical Emergencies and Deterioration
PACED (Paediatric Assessment of Clinical Emergencies and Deterioration)

Get the latest on the assessment of paediatric emergencies and deterioration in our new PACED webinar series.

Surviving Sepsis - Minutes Matter
Surviving Sepsis - Minutes Matter

Surviving Sepsis - Minutes Matter brings you the latest information on how to recognise and treat sepsis in your clinical community.

Anaesthetics and Recovery

Anaesthesia & PACU Nursing Virtual Classroom
Anaesthesia & PACU Nursing Annual Update

This course is designed for all Anaesthesia & Recovery Room nurses, to gain greater insight into their clinical practice, & developments for the future of clinical practice.

Anaesthesia and Recovery Nursing in the Day Surgery Environment Course
Day Surgery Nursing Essentials

This course addresses issues specific to peri-anaesthesia nursing within the day surgery environment.

Perioperative Nursing Essentials
Perioperative Nursing Essentials

Designed as both a refresher on essential concepts and to provide those early in their Anaesthesia & Recovery Nursing career with greater insight into their clinical practice.

Critical Care

Rapid Introduction to High Acuity Nursing
Rapid Introduction to High Acuity Nursing

4 hours of case based learning to prepare you for deployment to high acuity nursing areas including critical care units.

High Dependency Nursing Online
High Dependency Nursing Online

This course provides nurses with essential skills for the assessment and management of patients who are classified as being highly dependent.

Critical Care Nursing Online
Critical Care Nursing Online

This course provides nurses with current knowledge and skills they can apply to any Critical Care setting.

Clinical Update Bundle
Critical Care Clinical Update Bundle

Get the most out of your CPD with our Nursing Education Bundle.

Critical Bytes
Critical Bytes

Are you ready for some Byte sized grabs of education on the latest developments in Critical Care? Join any of these sessions to get your update from the experts.

Difficult Airway Management Course
Difficult Airway Management

Master essential airway management skills in this hands on workshop. Review difficult airway algorithms using a case histories & gain experience with some of the latest devices.

Resuscitation

Basic Life Support
Basic Life Support

Designed to meet your annual CPR requirements when it fits your schedule. This is a completely online BLS program including assessment with content covering BLS for adults and paediatrics and anaphylaxis.

Advanced Life Support Course
Advanced Life Support

Designed to equip participants with the necessary cognitive and psychomotor skills required to respond to patients in cardiac arrest in a health care environment.

Paediatric Advanced Life Support
Paediatric Advanced Life Support

Designed to provide essential skills relating to the assessment and management of Paediatric patients with life threatening emergencies including cardiac and respiratory arrest.

Emergencies

Emergencies in General Practice Course
Emergencies in General Practice

This course focuses on subtle and severe presentations of the topics using a case study framework. Emphasis is on recognition, treatment and stabilisation while awaiting transfer.

The ALERT Course
The ALERT™ Course

Acute Life-threatening Emergencies, Recognition & Treatment - covers a variety of clinical conditions which, if not recognised and treated may result in death or morbidity for the patient.

Upcoming Critical Care Courses

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Our Educators are the best in their field

Ken

I don't just want to teach.
I want to inspire.

Ken Hambrecht,

Ken Hambrecht RN, ICU Cert., B.Sc, (Physiology & Biochem.), M.I.Biol, M.Ed., J.P. MACN

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What our customers say

The best presenters I have come across at an education event! Amazing!

Jo – Anaesthesia & Recovery Room Nursing Essentials, Townsville

I learnt more in four days at a Critical Care course than I had in an entire year at my ward.

Sarah Dalglish, Senior Nurse

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