The Belmont Sports and Recreation Club is only a 20-minute drive from the Perth CBD. The entrance to the Belmont Sports and Recreation facility is via Keane Street.
To locate the training room, please proceed through the entry area, turn left down the hall (before the bar area) and follow the hall to the training room, on the left
Food & Refreshments
Water is provided throughout the day.
There is a 30-minute lunch break for courses running over 4 hours. No external food allowed. Please note that shops or lunch facilities surrounding the club are very limited
NOTE: To make sure you have enough time to comfortably sign in and complete enrolment documents, please arrive 15 minutes prior to your course commencement. You will need your USI number with you at the time of enrolment.
Our Perth training venues are perfectly located for students coming from North Perth, Highgate, Northbridge, East Perth, West Perth, South Perth, and Victoria Park.
Perth is the fourth most populous city in the country, with over 2 million residents living in the greater metropolitan area. Many unexpected situations can arise in a city as big as Perth that requires specialised skills and know-how to be able to manage all kinds of incidents including cardiopulmonary resuscitation. So knowing first aid and emergency health care is an invaluable skill to have when living in this city.
Australia Wide First Aid is a nationally accredited Registered Training Organisation (RTO No. 31961) that specialises in the delivery of first aid training. We are on a mission to make innovative first aid solutions accessible to all on a national level, ensuring that individuals have the needed skills to be able to save a life when faced with an emergency situation.
We are the RTO of choice when it comes to blended online and face to face first aid training. Australia Wide First Aid only employs the very best Trainers and Assessors who’s knowledge and experience in modern first aid best practices is second to none and exceeds industry standards. We also make it a point to exceed VET Quality Framework compliance standards. We implement the most effective management structures to ensure the best end to end customer journey.
Our First Aid courses in Perth are divided across two major locations – Belmont and Joondalup. Our courses strictly align with all the guidelines set by the Australian and New Zealand Committee on Resuscitation (ANZCOR). Because of this, all first aid and CPR training certificates we issue upon the completion of each course are to the highest possible standard. Our certification is fully accredited and recognised right across the country.
We deliver our Joondalup training courses from the College of Electrical Training which is most convenient for students coming from the Northern Suburbs of Perth. Our Belmont training centre is located at the Belmont Sports and Recreation Club. It’s just a twenty minute drive from Perth CBD and is best suited for students living in Bayswater, Canning Vale, and Western Suburbs.
Australia Wide First Aid also has a national network of training venues found in convenient locations outside of Perth. Those outside of Perth looking to enhance their skill set with the knowledge of first aid response can attend any our other 18 training centres stretching up the east coast of Australia, from Melbourne in the south, to Sydney and Blacktown in New South Wales, to Brisbane and all the way up to Townsville in the far north of Queensland.
Australia Wide First Aid has a national network of training venues found in convenient locations outside of Perth. Those looking to enhance their skill set with the knowledge of first aid can visit our other training centres in Melbourne, Sydney, Queensland, Brisbane, Blacktown, Browns Plains, Darra, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Clayton, Mt. Gravatt, North Lakes, South Lakes, Toowoomba, Townsville, Capalaba, Mitchelton, Springfield Lakes, and other locations.
What Is First Aid?
First aid can be explained as giving quick initial medical assistance to a sick or injured person until professional help can arrive to provide full medical care. This covers various situations with something as simple as dressing minor wounds to more complex situations like to provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or to help someone suffering from an asthma attack.
These emergency measures can help the casualty with the initial distress by providing them with much needed reassurance which can make a huge difference until professional emergency service personnel arrive. Australia Wide First Aid specialises in teaching HLTAID003 Provide First Aid, which is the entry level first aid course that many would remember as Senior First Aid. This is the minimum course requirement to qualify as a workplace first aider.
Different Types of First Aid
Different situations call for different types of first aid. Australia Wide First Aid training courses cover a host of scenarios where health emergencies can occur and teaches you how to respond like a first aid professional. Each of our courses are allotted varying durations to cover everything from the most basic emergency life support which includes reassuring the casualty that they will be ok and that help is on the way, to administering life saving cardio pulmonary resuscitation.
Specific types of first aid situations call for targeted learning. Here are the types of first aid courses that we offer.
Providing First Aid – Students develop the skills needed to provide first aid to an ill or injured individual. This can apply to medical casualties in either the workplace or a community setting. Retraining is recommended every three years.
Providing Basic Life Support – This course covers the skills and knowledge necessary to identify a life threatening situation and how to respond to it. Information learned here follows the guidelines laid out by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC). Renewal of training is recommended every three years.
CPR Training – Each student learns the skills required to perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation in both the community and workplace settings. ARC recommends renewing training for this particular course every twelve months.
Difference between Standard First Aid and Emergency First Aid
There are common competencies shared between these courses. Each course teaches the basics in terms of providing first aid and basic life support, and both include CPR in the training course.
However, the major differences between the two lie mostly in their duration and the scope of situations that each handles. In particular, Emergency First Aid has more of a focus on providing specialized first aid for infants and children in various emergency situations.
The emergency First Aid course is specifically designed for staff employed in the education and the care setting. All courses meet the requirements of our regulator and peak industry bodies. Students of this course are recommended to renew their training every three years. We deliver this course to groups requiring us to attend their premises. While at our public training venues at Belmont and Joondalup we stick to delivering accredited Perth First Aid courses.
If you need a first aid certificate for work or you simply want to do a Perth first aid course to increase your own first aid knowledge and skills, your first call should be to Australia Wide First Aid, as we are the driving force in delivering the highest quality First Aid training solutions. In doing so, we are furthering the Good Samaritan values to our fellow man in times of need, and keeping your home and workplace as safe as possible.
Don’t delay, reach out to us today through our contact page or by calling us at our hotline at 1300 336 613.