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First Aid Course Newcastle NSW
- Same-Day First Aid Certificate
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- Online First Aid Course + Face-to-Face Assessment
- Group First Aid Training at Your Site
- First Aid Certificates Accepted Australia-wide
- RACGP endorsed
- Australian College of Nursing endorsed
- Fully Accredited Courses
Our Newcastle First Aid Training Benefits
At our Newcastle First Aid training centre, we offer morning, afternoon, and weekend courses with sensible class sizes and outstanding trainers to help you qualify.
If you searched “First Aid course near me Newcastle” or “CPR course near me Newcastle”, we can give you the opportunity to get a fully accredited First Aid certificate in as little as one day.
With our blend of fast-tracked online First Aid training and face-to-face assessment, not only will you save time, you’ll also save money.
Our streamlined training has helped well over a million Australians gain First Aid certificates. We’ve been fine-tuning our courses since 1996, and our certificates are recognised all over Australia.
Choose from our Short Courses in Newcastle:
Provide CPR will put essental life-saving skills within your reach, in very short time.
Provide First Aid and Child Care First Aid are ideal for career advancement. Both courses include CPR, as well as more advanced First Aid. Being more comprehensive First Aid courses, they combine e-Learning with a half-day of face-to-face training.
Provide First Aid is geared to workplace compliance. Child Care First Aid is the go-to course for those working in the childcare and education sectors. It is also extremely popular with parents.
CPR is a life-saver in cases of cardiac arrest and oxygen deprivation. Not to be confused with Level 1 First Aid (HLTAID002 Basic Emergency Life Support), Provide CPR is part of both the HLTAID003 Provide First Aid course and the Emergency First Aid course.
Our most popular course and a staple for workplace compliance, this course includes HLTAID002 – Basic Emergency Life Support Level 1 First Aid. It is also known as Level 2 First Aid or Senior First Aid — and soon to become HLTAID011.
This course is a career requirement if you’re planning to work in the childcare sector. Also known as Child Care First Aid, it has proved to also be a compelling choice for parents.
Workplace First Aid for Newcastle Business Owners
If you’re a Newcastle business owner, your obligations include assessing potential hazards in your workplace, often with the need to have some of your staff members trained in First Aid.
The good news is that you can save money thanks to our Group First Aid training. In addition, the training can be done onsite at your premises.
The workplace training classes Newcastle businesses benefit from most are those that address the health and safety concerns specific to your site. Our trainers are experts in this regard and will happily tailor the First Aid course to suit.
For more advice about any aspect of this occupational First Aid, please don’t hesitate to call us.
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Online First Aid Course + Face-to-Face Practical Training
The first step in our streamlined training is our online First Aid course (e-Learning). Online access gives you the freedom to complete the e-Learning module at your convenience.
You have until midnight the day before your face-to-face training and assessment submit your completed e-Learning. With your First Aid eBook open alongside, the multiple-choice questionnaire will have no problems you won’t be able answer within seconds.
At the following day’s practical training and assessment at our Newcastle training centre, you’ll have the benefit of our trainer bringing clarity to your learning and boosting your confidence in all aspects of First Aid — both theory and practical.
This First Aid instruction is done in the quickest time possible, without compromising quality. The entire learning process is designed to get you certified without delay.
Your certificate will be recognised Australia-wide. This is the benefit of qualifying through a fully accredited training organisation (RTO no. 31961).
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does A First Aid Course Take?
Our training combines an online First Aid course with face-to-face training. Being fully online, the e-Learning module can be done at your convenience. Completing this module is the first step and makes you eligible for your in-person practical training and assessment.
|Course Title||Face-to-Face Training|
|HLTAID001 – CPR||2 hours|
|HLTAID003 – Provide First Aid||4 hours|
|HLTAID004 – Child Care First Aid||5 Hours|
How Much Does a First Aid Course Cost?
Our Best Price Guarantee gives you a 10% advantage over any competing First Aid courses. Our current prices and availability can be viewed using the Course Selector at the top of this page.
Where Are First Aid Courses Held?
We conduct training across Australia, including branches in 4 state capitals. See our branches listed here by state: Find a First Aid course near me.
Group First Aid training can also be conducted, by arrangement, at your site. The course itself enjoys discounts thanks to the booking numbers. More importantly, the training can be tailored to suit the specific health and safety concerns at your workplace.
Are School First Aid Courses available?
Our trainers are available for Group First Aid courses. A minimum age of 14 years applies to First Aid certification. Enrolment for under-18s requires written consent from parents/guardians.
How Much Does a First Aid course Cost?
You’ll find no better priced course for your First Aid training. Given you can also get your certificate the same day, our price guarantee makes it a no-brainer!
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Is First Aid Good for Continuing Professional Development?
Price may be a decider, but endorsement from the peak bodies in Australian health is another vote of confidence.
The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) endorses our First Aid training and includes it in Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for nurses.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) also endorses our training and recommends our First Aid courses to their member doctors for Continuing Professional Development.
Where Are Your First Aid Certificates Accepted?
Your Australia Wide First Aid certificate will be recognised and accepted Australia-wide. As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO #31961), we maintain full industry compliance and issue certificates with proper accreditation.
Our CPR and First Aid training follow Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines and our trainers comply with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET).
We select trainers with an outstanding ability to make learning as enjoyable as it is effective. You only need to read our Google reviews to see the many kind words for our trainers.
What are the Admission Requirements?
Your Unique Student Identifier is a necessary part of your qualification and is easy to obtain for free at the official government website.
To qualify for a First Aid certificate with Australia Wide First Aid, you need to be at least 14 years of age. If you’re under 18, you’ll need to present signed consent from a parent or guardian.
For CPR assessment, you’ll be required to kneel on the floor to perform 2 minutes of uninterrupted CPR on a mannikin. Bring a towel or cushion for your knees if you wish.
- Download your First Aid eBook [4MB]
- Read the relevant pages as instructed in your Welcome email.
- Keep your eBook open alongside while you answer the e-Learning questionnaire.
- Submit your completed assignment by 11.59pm the day before your face-to-face training.
- You’ll be required to kneel on the floor to perform CPR on a mannikin for at least 2 minutes. If you wish, bring a towel or cushion to make it easier on your knees.