Same-Day First Aid Certificate

Why more First Aiders choose
Australia Wide First Aid

  • Fast-Tracked CPR First Aid Courses

  • Online First Aid Course + Face-to-Face Training

  • Same-Day First Aid Certificate – Nationally Recognised

  • Group First Aid Courses at Your Site

  • Royal Australian College of General Practitioners – endorsed

  • Australian College of Nursing – endorsed

  • Registered Training Organisation #31961 – established 1996

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What to expect at our innovative
first aid courses

Relaxed environment for your first aid training.

Streamlined first aid training illustrated by fascinating real world examples.

The latest in first aid knowledge and procedures from our highly experienced trainers.

A choice of locations and schedules, so you can book a course to fit in with your busy schedule.

Optional on-site first aid training, where you and your colleagues can be trained in a group course that addresses the health and safety concerns of your actual workplace.

If you're here to renew your first aid certificate, please follow this link to learn more.


* Our first aid courses comply fully with Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines.

First aid training centres all around Australia

See all of our locations Australia-wide on our All Locations page.

Essential Information for First Aid Students

On our Student Information page, you'll find almost everything you could possibly need to know about our first aid training and requirements.

Professional Development and Accreditation

Current CPR certification is often a condition of professional registration or employment. In addition to this, some professional bodies award credits for continuing education or professional development. If you have a query about first aid certification and your profession, please call our friendly staff on 07 3437 7500.

Why Learn First Aid?

1Why Take a First Aid Course?
First aid aims to preserve life, reduce pain, and prevent the worsening of a sick or injured person’s condition by providing immediate care until full medical arrives.

Knowing how to administer first aid can help you save a life or contribute substantially to a patient’s recovery prospects.

First aid is also needed in many lines of work and can help you jumpstart your career and improve your employability.

2What are the Benefits of a First Aid Certificate?
Injuries and illnesses often occur in our homes and workplaces. Learning first aid gives you the confidence to step in and offer immediate assistance in emergency situations.

First aid knowledge can also be useful in minimising risks by identifying hazards and developing emergency response plans suited to the surroundings.

First aid is also necessary in many lines of work and can help you jumpstart your career and improve your employability.

3How Do I Become a First Aider?
To become a first aider, you need to earn a Statement of Attainment, which you'll receive after completing the required study units of a first aid module.

Australia Wide First Aid offers various training courses that cover everything from providing CPR to career-specific modules, such as providing an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting.

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