Provide Pain Management PUAEME005


Unit Information

This unit of competency suits people who are required to administer restricted analgesics as a part of a medically supervised first responder organisation. This includes the administration of restricted pain relief such as analgesics and aspirin, according to a medically endorsed protocol.

The unit is typically relevant for personnel from emergency services and/or volunteer organisations or organisations that provide a medically supervised first aid service.

Students should consider this training program to be one (1) week and one (1) day of study, research, training and assessment. Students must be prepared to be engaged with Australian Management and Safety Training and be willing to contribute their own time, effort and resources and be genuinely committed to working toward a satisfactory outcome.

Students must provide a copy of HLTAID003 Provide First Aid as it is a pre-requisite for this unit.

On successful completion of the training program students will be awarded a Statement of Attainment for PUAEME005 Provide Pain Management.

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Program of Study

Phase 1 Self-Paced Study

One (1) week prior to the student attending class where the student will study the learner resource and prepare to attend class. Students are expected to read and understand the theory delivered in the learner resource and be properly prepared to attend the face to face class training and assessment.

The students are provided with:

  • An Australian Management and Safety Training Learner Guide
  • Student Study Schedule

The Australian Management & Safety Training trainer and assessor will ask for evidence of this activity prior to commencing the face to face training days. The Student Study Schedule that is issued to the student has provision for the student to make a declaration to confirm they have read and understood the pre-reading material.

Phase 2 Face to face training and assessment

One (1) day face to face class training and assessment:

  • Face to face class presentation and training
  • Trainer led training
  • Trainer led assessment
  • One (1) day of eight (8) hours duration. Face to face training in class
  • Underpinning knowledge assessment (face to face)
  • Practical assessment (face to face)
  • Revision
  • Opportunities for questions, answers and feedback

Course Duration

8 hours


$ 250

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