Testimonials from Students and Staff

 

Based on asking almost 1,000 Edith Cowan University (ECU) students who completed our Student+Safe training (Basic Life Support/Manual Handling) we have received a score of 95% for our online courses and 97% for the practical training!

Hi Claire,  

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and Intellilearn for yet another stellar semester of providing manual handling and Basic Life Support (including CPR) to our students. We have found your service to be professional, clinically relevant, based on current evidence based practice, efficient and targeted to meet students’ needs at all times. You are extremely well organised with both the booking and running of the courses and are always available to students and adaptable to their needs which certainly makes our lives easier.

The feedback we receive from student’s is always positive and in particular they appreciate the clinical relevance provided in the hands on training sessions that enables them to see how it could really occur in the clinical setting and hence how they would respond. Furthermore, the lecturers who attended the courses were highly impressed with the content covered and the knowledge of the educators. Another thing the students feedback about is the highly competitive cost of the course as well as the ease of completing the on line theoretical component.

The administrative staff member here who processes all of the students practicum mandatory requirements, including manual handling and BLS, has also provided feedback that the certificate provided is easy to understand and meets all of the required elements, meaning she does not have to waste time contacting a provider to confirm any details. Every element of the service you provide is outstanding and we look forward to many successful years ahead of working with you which is an absolute pleasure at all times.

Kind regards, Jacqui

Jacqui Sawle

Clinical Skills Facilitator Edith Cowan University I School of Nursing and Midwifery l Building 21 Room 316 I 270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup 6052 www.ecu.edu.au/snm Ph: 6304 3458 I 0437 612 386

Dear IntelliLearn,

I would like to thank your group for the time and energy that you have input into supporting the staff and students acquiring and updating their skills in Basic Life Support, Manual Handling, and Medication Calculations competency.

Having personally attended the BLS and Manual handling courses I am impressed by the quality of teaching and by the organization that goes on behind the scenes. It is certainly no small feat to deal with the number of students and staff that you support by providing this training. However, you do it very well. Your emphasis on patient and provider safety along with the development of proficiency in the required skill sets is an echoed in the classroom and follows the latest evidence based practice. With this approach we are assured of better outcomes in the clinical areas and the community.

I would also like to take the opportunity to thank you for the MED+SAFE Medication Calculations teaching and testing online program. It is an exemplary course and I can honestly say I have not seen better anywhere.

Intellilearn has managed to focus in on three areas in healthcare that can improve safety for the health care provider and the patient. Improving medication administration, response to cardiac arrests and moving and handling techniques are global issues. With IntelliLearn efforts in these areas, including the product they provide and the professionalism of their administrative and their teaching staff we will surely see an improvement in safe practice in healthcare.

Well done Intellilearn.

Unedited comments from Nursing and Midwifery Students who completed their training in 2018 with us:

“Smaller group made learning easier”

“Great to know trainers asked participants to redo items if they were not done correctly”

“Session was very worthwhile. Everything I learnt while doing the theory online I could put into practice”

“Very nice, not intimidating so I felt comfortable”

“Very informative for a first year student, I feel a lot more comfortable about DRSABCD”

“Third course completed, didn’t think I would but learnt new facts”

“Trainer was very knowledgeable and personable”

“Educational and entertaining! Will be back next year”

“Great session, wasn’t boring, enjoyed it and the time flew”

“Real life examples/situations were very useful”

“It was well presented and worthwhile”

“The first time I will have to perform CPR, I will most likely remember this course”

“I feel knowledgeable and confident if a situation occurs where I need to do BLS”

“Great session, specific to Nursing and Midwifery clinical setting”

“Trainer was fantastic. Willing to answer questions, very knowledgeable and inclusive”

“Very engaging and hands on, also very informative” 

“The trainer made it fun and very interesting”

“Really good, worth the money”

“Very worthwhile, very informative and up to date”

“Very worthwhile, learnt new things even after doing the course before”

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***This information may change without notice so please check back here regularly***

As of 19 March 2020, two Universities have postponed their Student+Safe training for a later date but all others are proceeding with training. This could change with little notice so please check back here regularly and also check your email regularly (including SPAM and JUNK folders).

Universities and Venues that will be Training as normal

The following Universities and Venues are proceeding with their training as normal:

 • UNISA (City East only)

 • ECU

 • Curtin

 • Fremantle Hospital

 • Murdoch University - June dates have been re-scheduled to July. Each student will be emailed their new date

 • Flinders University

 • GPK

Universities postponing training (until a later date) are:

 • University of New England

 • UTAS

 • UNISA (Mt Gambier and Whyalla only)

Students at these three Universities will be contacted by email (please check this regularly including SPAM and JUNK folders) with further information about new training dates. Please rest assured that we will be providing this training as soon as we can.

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 • Thoroughly washing your hands before and after training and using hand sanitiser before and after every activity during the session

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 • DO NOT un-necessarily touch surfaces and avoid touching your face

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Our trainers will be strictly enforcing these policies during the training and any student not adhering to them may be removed from the training. 

 

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WEBSITE ANNOUNCEMENT

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

 

***This information may change without notice so please check back here regularly***

As of 19 March 2020, two Universities have postponed their Student+Safe training for a later date but all others are proceeding with training. This could change with little notice so please check back here regularly and also check your email regularly (including SPAM and JUNK folders).

Universities and Venues that will be Training as normal

The following Universities and Venues are proceeding with their training as normal:

 • UNISA (City East only)

 • ECU

 • Curtin

 • Fremantle Hospital

 • Murdoch University - June dates have been re-scheduled to July. Each student will be emailed their new date

 • Flinders University

 • GPK

Universities postponing training (until a later date) are:

 • University of New England

 • UTAS

 • UNISA (Mt Gambier and Whyalla only)

Students at these three Universities will be contacted by email (please check this regularly including SPAM and JUNK folders) with further information about new training dates. Please rest assured that we will be providing this training as soon as we can.

If you are attending Training...

If you feel unwell or show any cold or flu symptoms or have returned from a high/moderate risk country in the last 14 days or have been in contact with anyone who has confirmed COVID 19 during the last 14 days you are strictly prohibited from undertaking the training. 

Please ensure that when you attend training on campus that you follow the strict requirements including:

 • Thoroughly washing your hands before and after training and using hand sanitiser before and after every activity during the session

 • DO NOT shake anyone’s hand - use a gesture to greet your friends and colleagues

 • DO NOT un-necessarily touch surfaces and avoid touching your face

 • Cover your coughs or sneezes with a disposable tissue and immediately wash your hands

Our trainers will be strictly enforcing these policies during the training and any student not adhering to them may be removed from the training. 

 

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