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First Aid in Disabled and Aged Care

Providing First Aid in Disabled and Aged Care To work as a disability or aged carer, it is a requirement that you hold current certification in First Aid and CPR. […]
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First Aid for Suicide Attempts

Suicide Prevention & Suicide First Aid Covid-19 is having its impact on Australia — not only in terms of lives tragically lost to the virus but also because of its […]
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Shark Attack! What Can You Do?

Shark Attack First Aid and More Sharks won’t generally take a person whole. With most shark attack fatalities, the person bleeds to death. French surfer, Dylan Nacass, was attacked by […]
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Domestic Violence First Aid

Coronavirus restrictions have seen a doubling of emergency treatment at Melbourne hospitals for episodes of family violence, according to ABC News. Domestic violence First Aid has never been more important. […]
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Best Covid Mask for First Aid?

The Coronavirus pandemic has made life difficult for everyone. For frontline health workers especially, First Aiders included, patient contact is fraught with danger. Health and safety measures are high on […]
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First Aid for Epileptic Seizures

How dangerous are epileptic seizures? As a leading provider of First Aid training courses in Sydney, we’re keen to share knowledge about careful management of epileptic seizures. It’s important not […]
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First Aid for Electric Shock

Emergency treatment for electric shock is an integral part of our First Aid training in Melbourne. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 76 Australians die from electric shock every […]
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‘Paper Bag’ Technique is Not First Aid for Asthma

Asthma is a respiratory condition that afflicts 2.7 million people in Australia — this amounts to around one in every 9 Australians (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2018). One person in […]

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