Biosecurity Emergency Response Training

ACFEC’s biosecurity training is nationally recognised and has a significant focus on learning through workplace simulations, contextualised to meet the operating environment of the client.

 

Qualifications

ACFEC delivers the following to state, territory and international agencies and departments:

PUA33112 - Certificate III in Public Safety (Biosecurity Response Operations)

This qualification trains learners to act as operational members in the case of a biosecurity emergency response.  Learners will gain skills in following biosecurity emergency response procedures:

  • Decontamination
  • Working in quarantine zones
  • Adhering to procedures while working in a local disaster control centres

 

PUA42912 - Certificate IV in Public Safety (Biosecurity Response Leadership)

This qualification trains leaners to be equipped for leadership in the case of a biosecurity emergency response.  Learners will gain skills in the following biosecurity emergency procedures:

  • Ensuring adherence to workplace procedures
  • Effective communication to team members
  • Adhering to procedures while working in a local disaster control centres

 

PUA52412 - Diploma of Public Safety (Biosecurity Response Management)

This qualification trains learners to act as managers in a local disaster control centre in the case of a biosecurity emergency response.  Learners will gain skills in following biosecurity emergency response procedures:

  • Ensuring adherence to workplace procedures
  • Effective communication to team members
  • Adhering to procedures while working in a local disaster control centre
  • Managing stressful situations
  • Managing operational teams

 

Specific Units

ACFEC can also deliver specific units of competency within each qualification to suit our clients’ needs.

 

Workplace Simulation

ACFEC delivers workplace simulations of emergency biosecurity responses in order to ensure that learners have real, hands on experience in order to further enrich their learning and apply the content learned in the theoretical components of the course.  The workplace simulations are tailored to meet the specific need of the client. 

Our learning approach relies on well-established ADDIE model and the adoption of a flipped-classroom model as part of the educational design for the program. 

 

 

For further information and training needs, please contact Roger: roger@acfec.edu.au