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What To Expect at Our First Aid Courses

We deliver innovative cutting-edge training. Our First Aid courses are delivered in a relaxed environment, using real world examples.

You can expect the very latest in First Aid practices and knowledge, from our experienced team of highly professional trainers.

You also have the flexibility to book a course that fits in with your lifestyle thanks to our convenient locations, as well as our evening and weekend course options.

On-site training and group bookings are also available.

Why Choose Us?

  • Nationally recognised training organisation
  • Offered in 20 convenient locations around Australia
  • Available 7 days a week
  • Express renewal courses available
  • Weekend and evening classes available
  • Same-day certificate
  • Endorsed by the Australian College of Nursing
  • On-site and group first aid training
  • Online or over the phone bookings


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

Professional Development & 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 1300 336 613.

Why Learn First Aid?

1What Does It Mean?
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.

2Is It Necessary?
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.

3What Does It Take?
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 emergency response in an education and care setting.

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