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Provide Pain Management PUAEME005A

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This course is typically only available for students who are completing the Advanced Resuscitation training.  It is an additional module to the HLTAID007 course.  If you need training in ONLY Pain Management, please contact us to discuss available options.

Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Information
NSW First Aid delivers nationally recognised training and assessment under the auspices of

  • EFirst Aid Pty Ltd (RTO Provider No. 91232)
  • Safety Corp (RTO Providor No. 91694)

Course Summary

This unit covers the competency required to administer pain relief such as analgesics including Penthrox, Entonox, paracetamol, ibuprofen, heat and cooling treatments according to workplace procedures. It includes information about the use, storage and documentation and administration as well as ongoing monitoring of the casualty.

You must hold a HLTAID003 Provide First Aid certificate issued within the past two years to complete this course.

National Course Code

PUAEME005A Provide Pain Management


3.5 hours face to face


  • Basic WH&S requirements
  • Identify the need for pain relief
  • Storage and documentation
  • Administer pain relief
  • Casualty handover
  • Reporting

Course Inclusions

  • PDF copy A4Certificate
  • All training resources (face shields, gloves, etc.)
  • Student support services

Assessment Methods 

  • Multiple choice questions
  • Practical demonstrations/skills observations
  • Short answer questioning
  • Completion of reports

Award Issued 

  • Upon successful completion a Statement of Attainment will be issued for PUAEME005A Provide Pain Management
  • Valid for 12 Months


    • Participants must be 14 years or older
    • HLTAID003 Provide First Aid issued within the past two years
    • This course is typically only available for groups.  It is also included in the Advanced Resuscitation course as a bonus.