Manual Handling Refresher Brisbane
Manual Handling Refresher Brisbane
Course Code Included
HLTWHS005 – Conduct Manual Tasks Safely
345 Ann Street, Brisbane, Queensland
2 Hours – Face-to-Face Training & Assessment
(+ self-paced pre-reading)
From $60 (may vary)
Issued Same Day (T&C)
Is the course accredited?
Manual Handling Refresher
Manual Handling Refresher for Health Workers
Manual Handling Refresher – Annual Update
The manual handling refresher run by FirstAidPro is designed to serve as an annual update to Manual Handling training. To take part in the course, participants must have previously completed the HLTWHS005 Conduct manual tasks safely qualification.
This course is recommended annually for all staff directly involved in the handling and moving of clients. This includes (but is not limited to) ambulance staff, student nurses (pre-placement), physiotherapists, health and nurse aides, occupational therapists, medical staff, nurses, and people working with the disabled and aged in the community.
Our manual handling course – which is fully accredited and recognised throughout Australia – provides healthcare workers with the specialised skills and knowledge to provide direct care to clients in aged care, health, nursing, or home care contexts. The course has a particular focus on the safety of the worker, the well-being of the client, and the benefit to the wider community.
The course requires no online assessments or e-learning – all assessments are handled directly by the trainer during the refresher course.
The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia has confirmed that hours spent on the training contribute to Continuing Professional Development.
FirstAidPro is an accredited Australian RTO (#40407), who takes considerable pride in providing high-quality training from friendly, expert instructors at an affordable price.
Both the HLTWHS005 Conduct manual tasks safely course (also known as “Manual Handling”) and the refresher course are conducted at our Brisbane training venue. The facility is equipped with a full range of hoists, hospital beds, slide sheets and other facilities needed to practice and demonstrate manual handling skills safely. With a hands-on approach and plenty of practical examples, our instructors strive to make your training experience enjoyable, informative, and fun.
This course is of particular value to staff in hospitals and residential care roles, including nurses, health workers, support workers and aged care staff. The training is fully compliant with relevant local and national legislation, including the hazardous manual tasks code of practice.
Why Choose Our Manual Handling Refresher?
Our Manual Handling Refresher Course Locations in Brisbane
Manual Handling Course Brisbane – 345 Ann Street,
How is the Course Delivered?
No Online Assessment required
All assessments for the manual handling refresher take place within the two-hour face-to-face training seminar. So it’s great for people who find online examinations a little intimidating – it’s all handled in person, with our friendly and supportive instructor there to assist.
- $60 (may vary due to Daily Deals)
- Price match guarantee on any similar course
How is the Course Structured?
Students taking part in the course will be assessed using the following methods:
- Practical Demonstrations: Simulated scenarios/Role playing
- Project (Risk Assessment)
- Knowledge Assessment
This Hands-on Practical Training takes just 2 hours!
Our Manual handling courses run frequently in Brisbane CBD, 345 Ann Street, over 7 days a week, morning and afternoons.
Refer to Course Calendar for available times
Certificate Issued Same Day
No Hidden Costs | Fully Accredited | Same Day Certificates
In the 24 hours after the completion of your manual handling refresher course:
- Manual handling certificates (Statement of Attendance) are issued electronically
- Additionally, hard copies of Manual handling certificates can be purchased for $12, including postage.
- As recommended by the Industry Council and Safe Work Australia, your Manual handling should be renewed annually.
Clinical Lab Simulation – Location
345 Ann Street, Brisbane CBD
At our manual handling refresher training facility, we strive to provide a learning environment that’s hands-on, engaging, interactive and fun. At the venue, you’ll have access to a full suite of manual handling equipment, with a professional trainer on hand to help you learn.
Professional Health Trainers
Our trainers are highly qualified industry veterans with many years of experience to draw from. They’re also very friendly, so if you find yourself confused or struggling at some point during the training, be sure to take advantage of their expertise and call out for help.
About Manual handling for health workers
The manual handling refresher (and the refresher course) course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to identify, plan and perform manual handling tasks in a safe manner, and maintain an injury-free workplace.
- Turning in bed
- Understand & Learn the NO lift Polices
- Sitting to standing from the edge of a bed
- Sitting to standing from a chair
- Hoisting a person from the floor
- Instructing the person to raise themselves
- Standing transfer from bed to chair/chair to bed
- Correct postures
- Transfer from chair to chair/commode/toilet.
- Sliding a supine person up/down a bed
- Assisted walking – raising a fallen person
- Pre-start Exercises
- Followed legally compliant workplace procedures to prepare for and complete at least three different manual tasks relevant to the work role
- Seated transfer from bed to chair/chair to bed
- Fitting and removing slide sheets
- Basic anatomy and physiology of the spine
- Contribute to a consultation process about improving manual handling
- Hoisting from chair to bed/bed to chair/commode to bed
Other Relevant Industries:
The Accredited Manual handling course is suitable for Support Workers, Disability Services, Enrolled Nurses, Registered Nurses, Respite Care, Health Professionals, Nursing Home staff, Nursing Students (Pre Placement), Domestic Workers, Home Care Services, anybody working in Aged Care or Aged Care Facilities, Disability Support Workers and Much More.