ACRRM's popular Emergency Week is back! Held in Brisbane over six action-packed days, Emergency Week brings together our most popular courses, led by our highly-skilled instructors, to give participants the opportunity to enhance their skills, make connections and earn CPD hours in one convenient location. 

Where*: ACRRM Head Office | Level 1, 324 Queen Street, Brisbane QLD 4000 
When: 18-24 July 2022

Not in Brisbane, but keen to attend as many courses in the one place as possible? Emergency Week will also be held in Perth from 5 - 14 November 2022. Head to our 'upcoming courses' pages to register your place. Alternatively, a week of back to back courses will be held in Canberra as part of the pre- and post- RMA22 program. View available courses on the RMA22 website. 

*Vaccine requirement for visitors to ACRRM Brisbane office  

To protect the health and safety of staff and visitors throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, ACRRM requires all people attending the national office to present evidence of COVID-19 vaccination status. This decision has been made following an extensive consultation process and guided by medical advice from state and federal government health departments. It will be reviewed as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves. 



18 July

Advanced Life Support Level 2 (ALS2)

This recently revised course features online modules designed to refresh and enhance clinical knowledge, review recent updates to ARC guidelines, and support you in developing or improving your skills in leading a team to provide Advanced Life Support in the rural context.

19 July

Rural Anaesthetics Crisis Management (RACM)

RACM was created to improve emergency anaesthetic skills for clinicians practising in rural and remote environments. This hands-on course guides you through the current guidelines and reviews pharmacological options and considerations, providing real-world practical skills in a constructive and supportive learning environment.

20 July

Rural Emergency Obstetrics Training (REOT)

REOT was designed to equip non-obstetric practitioners with vital emergency obstetric training and give you the confidence to face any birthing situation. This full-day course will help prepare you with the necessary skills for dealing with third trimester emergencies in your rural community.

21 July

Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (PHEC)

PHEC consolidates the emergency skills required in unfamiliar or uncomfortable environments. You'll learn real-world practical skills and participate in a range of emergency scenarios that you may encounter as a RG, providing you with the skills required in preparing for patient care situations outside the clinic or hospital.

23-24 July

Rural Emergency Skills Training (REST)

REST will give you the skills and confidence required to deal with emergencies in your rural community. Run over two hands-on days, REST covers many of the common emergencies that are likely to present in the pre-hospital, small rural hospital and private rural practice environment.