Recover CPR Courses
FlexiVet Training deliver regular CPR workshops throughout Australia. Both Yvonne and Lucy became RECOVER CPR trainers in 2017. They are passionate about teaching CPR and will give you the tools to improve your knowledge and skills and improve patient outcome.
This training is for both veterinarians and veterinary nurses of all levels.
RECOVER CPR WORKSHOP
Gain the knowledge and skills to approach a CPR code with confidence
The RECOVER CPR Workshop provides attendees with the theory of Basic and Advanced Life Support and the opportunity to put the theory into practice with practical sessions on technique and resuscitation code scenarios using our Advanced Canine Critical Care Training Mannikin 'Jerry'.
A maximum of 12 participants can attend per training session.
The workshop is suitable for vets and vet nurses of all levels, and last 3-4 hours depending on numbers.
The workshop is eligible for 4 AVA VetEd points and 3 VNCA points.
We will be offering this workshop at regular intervals around the country and also offer it as In Practice training.
This workshop is based on but not accredited by RECOVER
In Practice training:
In Practice training allows all your staff to be trained together in a the setting that they would be doing resuscitation codes.
One of our instructors can come to your clinic to provide the CPR training and they can also assess the emergency set up for your clinic and provide any recommendations.
Attendance to a CPR Work shop is $200 plus GST
In-clinic Training costs $1600 plus GST for up to 8 people. Please note that these prices are for the Greater Sydney Area. For all other areas please send us an email for a quote.
RECOVER SKILLS ASSESSMENT
Become a RECOVER Accredited RESCUER
This is suitable for vets and nurses who have completed the online RECOVER Basic +/-Advanced Life Support courses and would like to become a RECOVER Accredited CPR RESCUER..
Both Yvonne and Lucy are RECOVER accredited CPR trainers and can provide the Skills Assessment needed to become a RESCUER for two years.
We need a minimum of 4 attendees to be able to run the Skills Assessment.
Please contact us for further details.