Doing a first aid course in Sydney will teach you how to become a confident and effective first responder at a medical emergency. In addition, your accredited first aid certificate will enhance your career.
Both objectives can be achieved cost-effectively and in quick time at Australia Wide First Aid. Choose the popular Sydney CBD location, or any of the other training centre options:
• Castle Hill
• St Ives
• Sydney Olympic Park
Your confidence and competence in first aid is assured, thanks to an e-Learning quiz and a free eBook published by Australia Wide First Aid.
Featuring explanatory text and images to clarify all aspects of first aid, this comprehensive first aid manual is yours as a free download. It’s also a handy cheat sheet for your e-Learning.
Having completed your e-Learning quiz, the next step is to attend hands-on training.
You’re on the fast-track to a same day certificate with Australia Wide First Aid Sydney. Training and assessment is not going to be difficult in the company of an experienced trainer, as well as students who are there refreshing their first aid certification.
Your assessment includes kneeling on the floor, as in real life, to perform around 2 minutes of CPR on a manikin. You’ll gain familiarity with the workings of an AED and also practise bandaging techniques.
Students concerned about their physical ability to carry out these activities are advised to raise their concerns at the time of booking. One solution could be earning a statement of attendance instead of a statement of attainment.
It’s easy getting to the Sydney CBD training centre in the iconic Dymocks Building on 428 George Street Sydney. The city is well served by public transport. If you’re driving, paid car parking is available within short walking distance of the address.
You’ll find the training centres listed above just as easy to access.
Australia Wide First Aid training facilities and resources are managed in accordance with COVID-19 hygiene standards.
Plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to course start time. Late arrivals are generally denied entry as disruption affects the schedules of both attendees and venues.