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An accredited First Aid certificate will open doors for you. Not just in Adelaide. Our First Aid certificates are recognised Australia-wide.
Simply complete your online First Aid course then attend a streamlined face-to-face session, and get your First Aid certificate the same day.
Nothing is compromised. It's a sure-fire way to do your First Aid training and get full certification faster and cheaper.
Importantly, you will feel empowered, knowing you are able to confidently manage an emergency medical situation.
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Training with Australia Wide First Aid
Our mission is to make it easier for all Australians to access invaluable training that saves lives.
We’ve been delivering First Aid training of the highest standard since 1996 — providing courses for new First Aiders, as well as refresher First Aid courses for health professionals looking to renew their certification.
Our trainers are as good as it gets. While we’re waiting for reviews of our new Adelaide training centre to come in, please read some Google reviews from our Melbourne students.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does a First Aid Course take?
Our courses take between 2 to 5 hours of face-to-face learning, depending on which course you choose.
|Course Title||Course Duration|
|HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation||2 hours|
|HLTAID003 Provide first aid||4 hours|
|HLTAID004 Provide an emergency response in an education and care setting||5 hours|
There’s reading and an online questionnaire to complete before your face-to-face practical training and assessment. You can refer freely to your First Aid eBook while answering the questionnaire, and you get as many attempts as needed to answer correctly.
How much does a First Aid course cost?
The Selector at the top of this page shows current prices for upcoming courses. Of course, our courses will always be the cheapest. Our Best Price Guarantee means we will beat any competing price by 10%.
Is this an online First Aid course?
Our First Aid e-Learning is an online questionnaire — mostly multiple-choice answers — that can be done at your convenience. With your eBook open, and as many attempts as you need to arrive at the correct answers, you can quickly achieve 100%.
Face-to-face assessment follows to sharpen your CPR technique and cement your First Aid knowledge. Your trainer answers questions and provides real world examples in a session that is always enlightening and entertaining.
Where Can I Do My Course?
Along with our Adelaide CBD training centre, we have branches around Australia. Find an Australia Wide First Aid branch near you.
We can also provide group First Aid training at your location.
Does a First Aid Certificate expire?
While there’s no expiry date as such, renewing your qualification will update and refresh your skills. HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation is valid for 12 months. Refreshing it annually is recommended by the regulator.
HLTAID003 Provide first aid and HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting certificates are, for the same reasons, valid for 3 years.
Renew your certification simply and quickly with Australia Wide First Aid.
To attend an Australia Wide First Aid course, you must be at least 14 years of age.
CPR assessment requires you to kneel on the floor to perform 2 minutes of uninterrupted cardiopulmonary resuscitation on a mannikin. A cushion (or towel) for your knees is welcome.
First Aid Course Tips
- Download your First Aid eBook. Your Welcome email explains which pages are relevant to your course.
- Refer to the eBook to answer questions in your e-Learning assignment. Submit your finished assignment by 11.59pm AEST the day before your scheduled face-to-face training.
- You’ll need to perform CPR uninterrupted on a mannikin on the floor for 2 minutes. Bringing a cushion or towel could make it easier for your knees.
- Your Unique Student Identifier is a requirement for qualification. Obtaining your USI at the official government website is free.
Simple Procedures for Your First Aid Course in Adelaide
To get your First Aid certificate the same day as your course, you need to:
- enrol with your course fee paid in full
- provide a valid USI (Unique Student Identifier)
- complete your e-learning and face-to-face First Aid assessment
Your First Aid Statement of Attainment PDF will be emailed direct to your inbox, ready for you to send to employers or print out.
Australia Wide First Aid courses can also go toward your CPD (Continuing Professional Development).
Be an asset to the Adelaide community. Book your First Aid course today.
Choose from these Short Courses in Adelaide
This First Aid course includes 2 hours of face-to-face training during which you’ll be guided through the proper application of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). In this course, you will become familiar with how to respond to breathing-related emergencies, including those resulting from cardiac arrest and near drowning.
Unit of Competency: HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
The Provide First Aid course is the minimum requirement for workplace First Aid compliance. It includes 4 hours of face-to-face training. This certification was previously known as Apply First Aid, Senior First Aid, and Workplace First Aid.
You will learn effective First Aid response, life support, and management of casualties.
Units of Competency: HLTAID001Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation, HLTAID002Provide basic emergency life support, and HLTAID003 Provide first aid.
This Emergency First Aid course, with its specific focus on infants and children, is a requirement for staff employed in the childcare sector and also popular with parents.
The course covers performing CPR techniques on infants, children, and adults; assessing emergency situations; managing medical conditions; and providing First Aid treatment for various types of injuries.
This course has pre-course reading and online e-Learning, plus 5 hours of face-to-face training.
Units of Competency: HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation, HLTAID002 Provide basic emergency life support, HLTAID003 Provide first aid, and HLTAID004 Provide an emergency response in an education and care setting.
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Your Adelaide First Aid Trainer
Roger is no stranger to danger, as you can see from his hi-viz outfit in the photo.
When it comes to emergencies in the workplace, he’s not only skilled and experienced, he is also a certified snake handler.
Roger will be more conservatively dressed, no doubt, when he greets you at your First Aid class. But you can be sure he’ll have plenty of real-world tales to tell.
When he’s not sharing his vast experience with our First Aid students, Roger is usually out in the field — devising strategies to manage potential emergencies at sites that face serious risks from fire, chemical, electrical, and other hazards.
Whether he’s showing you how to perform CPR on a mannikin, discussing asthma risks and emergencies, or explaining First Aid management of anaphylaxis, your First Aid training with Roger is certain to be interesting, enjoyable, and memorable.
What You’ll Learn in Your First Aid Course
You’ll be taught a wide range of skills when you learn First Aid. The most crucial of these is learning how to respond to an injured or ill person in an emergency.
AED and CPR training
You’ll learn what to do when a person has stopped breathing. In many emergency situations, CPR — cardiopulmonary resuscitation — is the game changer. It is of such vital importance, it’s a wonder learning it isn’t part of every school-kid’s education.
You’ll also learn how to use an automatic external defibrillator (AED). This is the heart-starter that paramedics regularly use to deliver a shock to a person undergoing cardiac arrest.
Treating wounds and bodily injuries
You’ll also learn another important facet of First Aid — wound care. Cuts, sprains, burns and bites all need correct bandaging. Along with techniques to manage injury to bones, muscles and joints, you’ll be shown the best treatment for injuries to the neck, spine, or head.
Breathing and choking emergencies
There are First Aid techniques for checking the breathing of a casualty and clearing the airway if called for. You’ll learn those techniques, as well as what to do when someone is choking, from infants to adults. You’ll understand and be able to provide First Aid responses that are appropriate for managing an asthma or anaphylaxis attack.
Knowing how to deliver First Aid to a person who has been poisoned is a critical aspect of your training. You’ll learn how to safely treat a victim who has been poisoned whether the toxin was inhaled, ingested, or injected by needle or fang.
Unexpected medical emergencies
Your First Aid course will also prepare you for responding to unexpected medical emergencies — from epileptic seizures to strokes and heart attacks. Your training will allow you to think quickly and act confidently. You’ll be ready to make decisions and take steps that will help avoid disastrous outcomes.
Emergencies can occur in the home, the workplace, or while you’re out and about. But with your First Aid training, you’ll be able to take the kind of action that saves lives.
Our First Aid classes teach you not only appropriate emergency responses, but also what to look for, and how to stay safe yourself.
On a day-to-day level, your First Aid training will strengthen your resolve, lift your attitude, and enhance your career.
How Australia Wide First Aid Delivers
Our First Aid training is COVID-safe. Hygiene and social distancing are maintained at all times.
We provide one-on-one, as well as group First Aid classes. The group classes can be held at your site, which means that the First Aid training can be customised to suit your specific environment.
Our industry-experienced, fully certified trainers are available in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Brisbane.
First Aid Training Simplified
We make it our priority to not only provide access to accredited First Aid training, but also to blend online e-Learning with the minimum of face-to-face training.
From the outset, you choose the time and place for your practical assessment. And while the days click over until your scheduled face-to-face session, you simply complete the theory component online and at your convenience.
Once you book your course, you’ll have immediate online access to a PDF First Aid manual. You’ll find it full of important information and well-explained from start to finish.
However, depending on the course you selected, only a portion of the manual might be needed for your e-Learning questionnaire.
If you’re running short on time, you can simply refer to the manual as you’re answering the questionnaire. You can have as many attempts as you need to choose True or False, check the correct multiple-choice answers, and complete the handful of drag-and-drop puzzles.
If it takes a few attempts to arrive at the correct answer, it pays to consider why it’s correct. That way, you’ll gain a better insight into First Aid.
You have until 11:59pm the night before your face-to-face First Aid class to submit your e-Learning assessment. Of course, it’s better if you get started sooner rather than later.
Our trainers keep things light-hearted and entertaining in class. You’ll enjoy it more if you’re not sleep-deprived! And you want to arrive with time to spare, relaxed.
Your First Aid Course Completed
Completing your First Aid class is not a difficult process. We make sure it runs like clockwork because we appreciate the time constraints most of us are under.
Your First Aid certificate will be emailed to you, like clockwork too, shortly after you’ve completed the course. Yes. Same-day certification!
You’ll be pleased to know that your First Aid certificate from Australia Wide First Aid will be recognised the length and breadth of Australia. You’ll be ready for career advancement, workplace compliance, as well as saving lives.
In time, your First Aid certificate will need a refresher. For example, HLTAID001 CPR needs to be renewed annually, including the CPR component within HLTAID003 Provide First Aid, the balance of which needs a refresher course only after 3 years. This is simply so First Aiders can align their skills with updated training methodology.
What Are the Benefits of Learning First Aid?
Consider this… you could find yourself in the frontline at a medical emergency and potentially save the life of a friend, a loved one, or someone who will always be grateful.
All it takes is a day or two training and assessment and the foresight to enrol in a First Aid course. Australia Wide First Aid has trained well over a million Australians and is yet to come across anyone who has not found the training empowering.
Your employers and your work colleagues will hold you in high regard with much-needed skills. In fact, a First Aid certificate will also boost your employment prospects.
In many lines of work, accredited First Aid certification is a prerequisite. Certification with Australia Wide First Aid is also ideal for your Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
What you learn in an accredited First Aid training course will also enable you to keep a cool head if you are injured or stricken by illness yourself. And you will be a capable guardian for family and friends.
The benefits truly add up. Don’t hesitate to enrol.
How Do I Become a First Aider?
The minimum requirement to become an recognised First Aider is a Statement of Attainment in Provide First Aid, HLTAID003.
Gaining this First Aid certificate is a simple matter of completing the required units of competency with Australia Wide First Aid. You could earn you Provide First Aid qualification by successfully completing regular modules, technique-specific modules, or workplace-specific modules.
To enrol in an accredited First Aid training course with Australia Wide First Aid, you need to be at least 14 years of age.
If you’re under the age of 18, you would need to provide parental or guardian consent.
HLTAID003 Provide First Aid is valid for a period of 3 years, after which, to remain valid and current, the certification should be renewed with a refresher First Aid course.
First Aid in Adelaide
Adelaide celebrates safety and serviceability. First Aid, therefore, has an important role to play.
Australia Wide First Aid Adelaide gives the residents and businesses of our South Australian capital, an ideal opportunity to attain invaluable life-saving skills and knowledge at the most competitive of prices.