RII41319 Certificate IV in Emergency Response Coordination

Cost: P.O.A
Time: Duration 6-18 Months (10 days of face-to-face training plus completion of project work customised to the student’s workplace and industry).
Location: Parabellum International Training Centre - Canning Vale, Perth

Course Summary

The Certificate IV in Emergency Response Coordination is aimed at experienced Emergency Services (ES) and Emergency Response (ER) personnel who are looking to further their knowledge and career. This course is particularly suitable for ES/ER Team Leaders, Coordinators, Supervisors and Captains of Resource and Industrial sector ER Teams (ERT). This qualification hones the role of Emergency Response and Rescue Team Leaders/Coordinators who are working within the resources and industrial industries and who are responsible for leading and performing a broad range of skills, such as discretion and judgement in coordinating personnel, equipment, services, and contingency measures.  

The Certificate IV in Emergency Response and Coordination is the industry best practice for ERT Supervisors and Coordinators by bridging the gap between the Certificate III in Emergency Response and Rescue and Incident Command and Control. It provides detailed training to develop the student’s ability to lead and respond to operational emergencies through excelling in leading their emergency response teams which cannot be achieved through any other qualification.  

Learning Outcomes

The completion of this qualification also provides a individual with the skills and knowledge to prepare, budget, conduct and report on emergency exercises which is a requirement of ISO9001 compliance. As such, students will be be better qualified and more equipped to review and properly develop workplace standard operating procedures and tactical response guidelines. This certificate is packaged in a manner that contains relevant units of competency that can be transferable across a range of industries.

  • HLTAID014 Provide Advanced First Aid is a Parabellum pre-requisite for this qualification.
  • RII30719 Certificate III in Emergency Response and Rescue, or proven skills, knowledge and experience of emergency response and rescue is a Parabellum pre-requisite for this qualification.


The delivery of this certificate includes the following: 

  • Preparation and delivery of emergency management exercises; 
  • Preparation and review of high-risk plans;  
  • Practical leadership of crews during complex rescue activities;  
  • Development and delivery of training programmes for volunteers/volunteer teams; and 
  • A range of assessments methods will be used to monitor the students progress and assess competence. This includes underpinning knowledge assessments, online learning, face to face practical training exercises that students will take part that will simulate a rage of leadership applications and techniques.  

Students who successfully meet all the assessment requirements of the course will receive a nationally recognised statement of attainment with the following units of competency:

  • BSBMGT401 Show leadership in the workplace
  • RIIERR403E Lead rescue teams
  • RIIRIS401E Apply site risk management system
  • PMAOMIR320 Manage incident response information
  • PMAOMIR418 Coordinate incident response
  • PUAEMR032 Design emergency management exercises 
  • PUAEMR036 Manage and evaluate emergency management exercises
  • PUAOPE015 Conduct briefings and debriefings
  • RIIERR503D Implement emergency preparedness and response systems
  • RIIERR601E Establish and maintain mine emergency preparedness and response systems

Entry Requirements  

  • A government issued photo identification and valid USI is required for course registration. 
  • All students must undertake a language, literacy, numeracy, and digital literacy test before commencement of this course to ascertain if support is required to assist you into successfully meeting your goals.  
  • RII30719 Certificate III in Emergency Response and Rescue (Parabellum Pre- requisite) or proven skills, knowledge and experience of emergency response and rescue. 
  • HLTAID014 Provide Advanced First Aid
  • Be physically fit and able to carry a minimum of 20kgs in weight 
  • Be clean shaven as per AS1715  
  • Can climb stairs and ladders whilst carrying a load 
  • Can manage the mental and physical effects of a fear of heights 
  • Communicate in a clear manner with others 
  • Comply with work instructions and specifications
  • Read and Record measurements  
  • Record information legibly  
  • Read and comply with work instructions and specifications  
  • Complete a health and fitness declaration. Please note that students are required to declare any medical issue(s) that may prevent or exclude them from full participation of all units 
  • The physical capacity to undertake the practical components with this course.  
  • Wear long pants, long sleeved shirt, safety boots, safety glasses and sun protection on face-to-face training days 
  • If you have any questions or queries relating to any of the above, please contact Parabellum International Training directly for additional information.  

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