Find a cheaper price we'll beat it by 10%
Robina First Aid Course
- Find a Cheaper Price, We'll Beat it by 10%
- Flexible Online Learning & Assessment
- Same-Day Certificate
- Accredited Certification, Nationally Recognised
- Training at Your Site by Arrangement
- Courses 7 Days
- Royal Australian College of General Practitioners – endorsed
- Australian College of Nursing – endorsed
- Book Online or by Phone
Easily accessed from Robina Parkway, our First Aid Training Centre, at Robina’s Palmer Colonial Golf Course, is an ideal location at which to do your First Aid course if you’re coming from Nerang, Mudgeeraba, Burleigh Heads, Merrimac and other nearby suburbs.
Our First Aid Course Robina Training Centre
Palmer Colonial Golf Course
57 Paradise Springs Ave
ROBINA, QLD 4226
This presents convenient First Aid training for residents and visitors from:
- Varsity Lakes
- Mermaid Waters
- Burleigh Heads
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to complete a First Aid Course?
Our Robina First Aid Courses include 2 to 4 hours of face-to-face training, depending on which type of First Aid Course. An e-Learning component is done at your convenience, totally online.
|Course Title||Course Duration|
|CPR (HLTAID001)||2 hours|
|Provide First Aid (HLTAID003)||4 hours|
|Child Care First Aid (HLTAID004)||5 Hours|
How much is your Robina First Aid Course?
You can quickly check current prices and course availability using the Booking Selector at the top of this page. But, if you find a cheaper course anywhere in Australia, we’ll beat it by 10%.
Where Can I Take My Course?
Our Robina First Aid training centre is convenient for many of the Gold Coast’s southern suburbs — from Nerang to Burleigh Heads to Broadbeach and Miami. If you’re coming from the northern end of the Gold Coast, our Southport First Aid course training centre could be handy.
We also have First Aid training centres right around the country, including in most state capitals. Find a location near you.
We can also provide First Aid training at your onsite location.
CAR – Arrive via Paradise Springs Ave, off Robina Parkway.
Car parking is available on-site.
Food & Refreshments
Water is available.
There is a 30 minute lunch break for courses running over 4 hours. Bistro meals are served in the club house 7 days a week, so bringing your own food would not be an option.
NOTE: Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your course commencement. We try to avoid disruptions and respect the busy schedules of everyone involved. For that reason, late arrivals are unlikely to be admitted to our streamlined face-to-face First Aid training.
How Will First Aid Benefit Me?
First Aid knowledge is invaluable in times of medical emergency. This really hits home if you picture a family member falling victim to a life threatening accident, such as collapsing from a stroke or a heart attack.
With First Aid training under your belt, you’d have the chance to turn things around for the better… the chance of a lifetime.
Being able to intervene in a matter of life and death is what First Aid training is all about. And these are not skills reserved for medical professionals only. You can do this.
Your First Aid training will impact positively on you, your family, and your colleagues. You’ll feel calm and composed about the prospect of being called for medical assistance.
First Aid certification also improves your employability. You are more likely to get the job you’re after because you’ve demonstrated your willingness to take responsibility. Prospective employers can see this.
In addition, First Aid certification is a means of accruing Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points, satisfying the requirements for career advancement in many industries.
About the Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is where the city meets the surf. It’s home to some of Australia’s most famous beaches and it’s been dubbed the “Adventure Lover’s Playground.”
There’s something for everyone at the Gold Coast — from the eye candy of Surfers Paradise to the pristine nature reserves of the Gold Coast hinterland, from the boho charms of Burleigh Heads and white-knuckle rides at one of the many theme parks, to catching fish, catching rays and catching waves at points along the coast.
All that glitters is not immune from danger, however. With all this excitement, accidents do happen — anywhere and anytime. People are always getting banged up abroad. But it’s not just visitors. Locals too, suffer heat stroke. There are stingers, in the water and out. In the surf and in the pool, drowning continues to be an all-too frequent occurrence.
The Gold Coast’s attractions can be explored and enjoyed safely when we all do our part by learning life-saving First Aid skills.
Getting your First Aid certification helps make any community a safer place for all.