|Course Title||Course Duration|
|CPR (HLTAID001)||2 hours|
|Provide First aid (HLTAID003)||4 hours|
|Child Care First Aid (HLTAID004)||5 Hours|
The validity period for each First Aid certificate is shown below. A refresher course is recommended to renew your certificate.
- HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – 12 months
- HLTAID002 – Provide Basic Emergency Life Support – 3 years
- HLTAID003 – Provide First Aid – 3 years
- HLTAID004 – Provide an Emergency Response in an Education and Care Setting – 3 years
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All our First Aid training aligns with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines.
Not only will you receive a nationally recognised First Aid certificate at Australia Wide First Aid, your training also follows the Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines.
In line with regulations, you'd need to complete this e-Learning assignment before attending your face-to-face practical training and assessment.
You have until 11:59pm AEST, the day prior to your practical training, to submit your e-Learning assignment.
In your practical session, you'll be required to perform uninterrupted CPR on a mannikin that is placed on the floor. Bring a towel or cushion for your knees if you wish.
In addition to this, the training can be tailored to the health and safety concerns specific to your circumstances.
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Student who cannot attend may rebook their course for an alternative date. Conditions apply.
Please refer to our Fees and Refund policy.
Yes. A person with a disability can attend our courses.
However, regulations require students to perform specific activities to attain full certifcation. Without demonstrating these activities, a Statement of Attendance would be issued instead.
Examples of the activities required for certfication: a successful student would need to demonstrate use of all their senses in relation to monitoring a casualty and observing potentially dangerous surroundings. Another example is being able to kneel on the floor to perform CPR on a mannikin for 2 uninterrupted minutes.