FIRST AID COURSE SYDNEY
Your Trusted First Aid Training Provider
In order to be able to respond to an emergency like a First Aid Pro, and be fully certified, we all really need to get training immediately, and only from a nationally recognised training organisation with a reputation for high quality and compliant training practices.
Australia Wide First Aid (Registered Training Organisation RTO no. 31961), is exactly that. We are endorsed by peak bodies such as the Australian College of Nursing (ACN), we partner with the best known Complementary Health Modalities in the country such as the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA), and our cutting edge First Aid techniques are set by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC).
You can have absolute confidence that what your being taught is of the highest industry standard. You will end up with a First Aid Course Certificate that is highly compliant that meets all the standards of our regulator – The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).
Your Statement of Attainment (PDF) will be emailed within 48 hours upon successful completion of the course.
Our First Aid Courses:
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Public transport is the easiest and quickest way to reach our Sydney CBD training venue.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT (TRIP PLANNER)
BUS – Many buses service the CBD, please refer to the trip planner above.
RAIL – 2 MIN – Town Hall Station
FERRY – 15 MIN – Circular Quay
Food & Refreshments
Water is provided throughout the day.
There is a 30 minute lunch break for first aid courses running over 4 hours. You are welcome to bring your own lunch. Alternatively, there are a multitude of places offering food and lunches within walking distance of the venue.
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.
First Aid Training Venue
Training venues don’t get any more central to Sydney’s CBD than ours, conveniently located inside the iconic Dymocks building in heart of George street. The street that happens to be the oldest street in Australia!
We are right near Central Station, the Trams, Ferries, Haymarket, Chinatown, Darling Harbour, The Star gaming complex, the Sydney Fish Markets, Capitol theatre, Event Cinema Complex, Sydney Town Hall, Queen Victoria Building, Martin Place, Circular Quay, Sydney Opera House, Royal Botanic Gardens, The Rocks, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
No matter where you are in Sydney CBD or it’s surrounding inner suburbs, whether you’re relaxing at Darling Harbour, spending a day on one of Sydney’s world class beaches, or working in your office like us in George Street, accidents don’t discriminate and often strike when you least expect.
None of us are immune from the unexpected so it’s vital we know how to deliver the quickest and most effective first response possible to assist someone in need. Every second counts and lets face it – none of us want to be that guy who stands back hoping someone else will help and know what to do.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to complete a First Aid Course?
A First Aid Courses will take 2 to 4 hours of face to face learning depending on which type of First Aid Course.
|Course Title||Course Duration|
|CPR (HLTAID001)||2 hours|
|Provide First aid (HLTAID003)||4 hours|
|Child Care First Aid (HLTAID004)||5 Hours|
How much is a First Aid Course?
First Aid Courses cost between $54 to $195. This depends on the location, and the type of First Aid Course
Where Can I Take My Course?
We offer first aid training in 20 locations across the country, including in most state capitals. Find a location near you for more details. We also have the ability to provide training at your onsite location.
What Is First Aid?
First aid refers to the administration of immediate care to an ill or injured individual until professional medical help arrives. First aid SKILLS can serve the purpose of treating a minor condition, such as when dressing a small wound, however in more serious cases it is provided with the intention of administering only preliminary care until such a time when a sick or injured person is attended to by emergency and medical professionals.
First aid is typically given in order to prevent a condition from getting worse, to provide comfort and quicken the recovery of an affected individual, and finally, to prevent death and preserve life. The last of these become particularly apparent when first aid techniques such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation is carried out to save the life of a casualty.
Why Do You Need to Learn First Aid in Sydney?
Learning First Aid in Sydney or anywhere for that matter is of course a vital skill which may just save someones life. But did you know that the benefits of providing First Aid go far beyond only saving a life?
In many cases, providing immediate assistance helps in speeding up a person’s recovery. The health of a casualty can also deteriorate very rapidly if they don’t receive First Aid immediately. Unfortunately, many people do suffer long-term or even life-long disabilities simply because they either did not get First Aid at all, or didn’t get it soon enough.
By completing a First Aid Course, you’ll be equipping yourself with precious knowledge and skills that could make all the difference in being able to save the life of someone at work or at home. In less serious cases it can be the difference in being able to assist in preserving someones quality of life.
Entry requirements are pretty simple. Students need to be at least 14 years of age to attend our first aid courses.
Although we believe that people should learn as early as possible about the invaluable role that First Aid Health Training plays in creating safe and healthy communities. It’s possible that those under 14 years of age may not possess sufficient physical strength to perform some of the vital practical techniques taught such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
It is for the same reason that we require all students, regardless of age, to have the physical ability to administer resuscitation by performing uninterrupted CPR while kneeling on the floor for two minutes. Students who are under the age of 18 are required to provide signed parental/guardian consent at enrolment.
Types of First Aid Courses
“First aid” is an umbrella term that is used to refer to different types of medical responses that are administered to casualties in various situations.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – CPR is an emergency response technique that blends together chest compressions and artificial ventilation to enable flow of oxygenated blood to major organs after their breathing or heartbeat has stopped. These techniques are covered under the HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation unit of competency.
First Aid (General) – Provide First Aid is an Australian training unit that applies to individuals who may be required to administer First Aid to affected individuals, particularly in community and workplace settings. Students will be required to complete tasks such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, regurgitating and vomiting management, care for an unconscious breathing casualty, and appropriate use of an automated external defibrillator.
Students will also learn about various other First Aid techniques such as fracture, sprain, managing bites and stings through pressure immobilisation technique (PIT), allergy and anaphylaxis management, control of bleeding, airway obstruction and choking management, asthma and respiratory distress, and shock management.
Basic Emergency Life Support – Provide Basic Emergency Life Support is an Australian training unit that applies to individuals who may be required to provide emergency response in a variety of scenarios. Some of the tasks for which students are assessed include: single rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation, regurgitation or vomiting response, management of unconscious breathing casualty, proper use of automated external defibrillator, and first aid management for the following conditions: allergic reaction, shock, bleeding, choking and airway obstruction, anaphylaxis, and asthma and other types of respiratory distress. Providing an emergency first aid response.
This course is specifically designed for those people working with children. It covers all the same units as our Provide CPR and our Provide First Aid courses but also contains an additional unit focussing on first aid applied to infants and children.
High quality First Aid Training is crucial in creating safe and healthy communities. When people know and are confident in providing First Aid, they are empowered to deal with emergency situations like a pro.
That’s why if you’re thinking of getting First Aid Training for yourself or for your organisation, don’t delay. Call Australia Wide First Aid at 1300 336 613 or send us a message through our contact page and one of our friendly team will assist.