First Aid Course Perth WA

Training Centres


Our training centres in Perth and nearby WA localities are ideal for your first aid certification.

The Course Selector above will show you up-to-the-minute details about courses and availability.

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First Aid Course Armadale and CPR Course Armadale

First Aid Course Perth
- Armadale Training Centre

Armadale RSL - training room, 1 Commerce Avenue, Armadale WA 6112

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First Aid Course Perth and CPR Course Perth

First Aid Course Perth
Belmont Training Centre

Belmont Sports & Recreation Club
400 Abernethy Road
Cloverdale, WA 6105
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First Aid Course Perth and CPR Course Perth

First Aid Course Perth
- Fremantle Training Centre

Fremantle PCYC
2/34 Paget Street, Hilton
WA 6163

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First Aid Course Innaloo Perth and CPR Course Innaloo Perth

First Aid Course Perth
- Innaloo Training Centre

Quest Innaloo - Training Room, 1 Sunray Dr, Innaloo WA 6018

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First Aid Course Perth and CPR Course Perth

First Aid Course Perth
- Joondalup Training Centre

Quest Joondalup
83 Boas Avenue
Joondalup WA 6027

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First Aid Course Perth and CPR Course Perth

First Aid Course Perth
- Mandurah Training Centre

Mandurah Lions Club - training room
95A Park Rd, Mandurah WA 6210

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First Aid Course Perth and CPR Course Perth

First Aid Course Perth
- Midland Training Centre

Quest Midland – training room
3 The Crescent, Midland WA 6056, Midland WA 6056

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First Aid Course Perth and CPR Course Perth

First Aid Course Perth
- Rockingham Training Centre

Rockingham PCYC
Emma St, Rockingham WA 6168

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First Aid Course Perth and CPR Course Perth

First Aid Course Perth
- Subiaco Training Centre

Subiaco PCYC
450 Rokeby Rd, Subiaco WA 6008

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Proof of Double Vaccination is required at this first aid training centre.
Admission to the venue will not be possible without showing proof via documentation or via the relevant app.

An alternative option would be to choose another of our training centres that does not currently ask for proof of double vaccination.

For further information: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Western Australian Government

OPERATING HOURS

The operating hours and days of our CPR first aid training courses vary across our locations. Please check the details of each location carefully.

REGIONAL BOOKINGS

If you are regionally based and can not attend one of the venues listed above, we may be able to arrange an onsite CPR first aid course, depending on your requirements. See more information about group first aid training.

First aid course Perth and Western Australia

Find a first aid course in Western Australia at one of our training locations at:

Armadale sits at the south-eastern edge of the Perth metropolis, connecting Perth with WA’s South West region via the South Western Highway, and the Great Southern region via the Albany Highway. It is also the terminus for the Armadale railway line, one of 5 major railway lines servicing Perth.

Belmont is a mixed-use suburb on the southern bank of the Swan River, just 7 km from Perth’s central business district. The Great Eastern Highway forms the suburb’s north-western boundary.

Belmont’s residential area is in its eastern and northern areas, while the western part of the suburb is primarily industrial and commercial.

Innaloo — 9 km from Perth’s CBD — is a residential suburb, home to Westfield Innaloo and Westfield Innaloo Megacentre shopping centres, and adjacent to Perth’s largest cinema complex, the 18-cinema Event Cinemas

Joondalup is located about 26 km north of Perth. It’s an urban centre with a business district that is focused on retail.

Fremantle, still in the metropolitan area of Perth, is a port city — a lively social hub, with great Indian Ocean and river beaches. Aside from its spectacular sunsets, Freo has cinemas and coffee shops, as well as great pubs, clubs, late-night bars and markets.

Mandurah is an hour’s drive from Perth, between the metropolitan area and the South West Region  It forms part of the Peel Region and is home to many of WA’s best water-based activities.

Midland, a half hour’s drive east from Perth, blossomed after the railway from Perth was built in 1886. The city centre features village-like shopping precincts, a cinema, pedestrian malls and boutique shops.

Rockingham is half an hour’s drive south of Fremantle and 47 km south of WA’s capital city. At the southernmost edge of the Greater Perth metropolitan area, the urban area of this glorious seaside resort town is growing rapidly.

Subiaco, with bustling Rokeby Road as its main artery, is a leafy Perth suburb with boutique shops, stylish cafes, wine bars, trattorias, and gastro pubs.

Australia Wide First Aid’s training venues in these 3 strategic locations make it easier for Western Australians who wish to get their first aid certificates.

Our streamlined first aid training courses are designed so you can get your first aid certificate in just one day.

You can book your first aid course with just a couple of clicks, grab your USI (Unique Student Identifier), and gain immediate access to your first aid eBook.

Reading this first aid manual is enlightening and you’ll have no trouble answering your e-Learning questionnaire, referring to the eBook as you go.

Simply submit your e-Learning assessment before midnight prior to your scheduled face-to-face first aid training session.

After successfully completing your course, your first aid certificate will be emailed to you the same day.

Group first aid bookings

Australia Wide First Aid also offers on-site training and assessment for groups. Our experienced trainer can come to your home or workplace to provide first aid training that is tailored to the specific needs of your site.

Our first aid courses in Western Australia

The cheapest first aid courses are at Australia Wide First Aid. Not only that, the path to your certification is hassle-free and fast.

Australia Wide First Aid courses

Australia Wide First Aid provides short courses designed for individuals and groups to gain nationally accredited certification. These courses include:


Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, as taught in our first aid course: Provide CPR

HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Learn the proper application of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

Provide CPR is trained and assessed in line with Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines.

Your technique will be fine-tuned in face-to-face training that follows streamlined e-Learning you can complete at your convenience.

You'll learn the knowledge and skills required to provide CPR, to manage and assess an emergency situation, and how to use an automatic external defibrillator (AED).

The First Aider's legal responsibilities will be discussed. You'll also learn the all-important DRSABCD first aid strategy.

Depending on your learning ability, you should allow up to 2.5 hours for reading and e-Learning. Face-to-face training and assessment takes 2 hours in a classroom environment.

Your nationally recognised CPR certification — emailed to you the same day as course completion – officially recognises your ability to respond effectively to cardiac and breathing-related emergencies.

Don’t hesitate to enrol in this course and find out how good it feels to have the skills to save lives.



HLTAID011 Provide First Aid

By far our most popular course, Provide First Aid is a requirement for workplace first aid compliance.

Previously known as Apply First Aid and Senior First Aid, this course includes 4 jam-packed hours of face-to-face training, preceded by highly informative e-Learning that has been streamlined for accelerated certification.

This course covers the skills and knowledge involved in providing a first aid response as well as how to provide life support.

You'll learn first aid management of casualty(ies), the incident and other first aiders, until qualified emergency help arrives to take over.

Depending on your learning ability, you should allow up to 6 hours for reading and e-Learning. Face-to-face training and assessment takes 4 hours in a classroom environment.

Your certificate — HLTAID011 Provide First Aid PDF Statement of Attainment – will be emailed to you the same day you complete your course.

Current industry standards recommend renewing this certification every 3 years with the CPR component due for renewal every 12 months.



Woman attending to a man's injured ankle – bandaging techniques taught in Provide First Aid course
After your Australia Wide First Aid course, you'll be able to bandage injuries like this child has suffered to her arm

HLTAID012 Provide First Aid in an education and care setting

This is the ideal course for parents of young children, as well as those interested in working in the care or education sectors.

With its focus on first aid for infants and children, this course also covers first aid management of medical conditions and injuries of all types.

You’ll learn to properly assess emergency situations, in addition to CPR techniques that apply to infants, children, and adults.

The course covers the knowledge and skills required to respond to first aid emergencies, including asthmatic and anaphylactic emergencies.

The training is in accordance with Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines and may contribute towards approved first aid, asthma and anaphylaxis training requirements defined by Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA).

Depending on your learning ability, you should allow up to 6 hours for reading and e-Learning. You’ll gain further valuable information in 5 hours of streamlined face-to-face training and assessment in a classroom environment.

Students are unanimous in saying this fascinating session is empowering and a highly enjoyable way to gain certification in Child Care First Aid.

Current industry standards recommend renewing this certification every 3 years, with the CPR component due for renewal every 12 months.

What is First Aid and Why Do You Need to Learn It?

How will I benefit from learning first aid?

Simply put, first aid is first-response medical assistance given to a person suffering from an injury or illness. Until proper and full medical assistance can be provided, first aid prevents the patient’s condition from getting worse.

Accidents and medical emergencies are rarely predictable. In such circumstances, first aid skills are valuable in preventing panic and loss of life.

Proper first aid training and certification will give you the skills and the confidence in emergency situations to be able to help those in need.

Learning first aid is also a game changer if someone you know suffers from an illness that may require immediate care, such as severe allergies, heart conditions, and seizure disorders.

Providing potentially life-saving first aid to your loved ones and friends becomes possible when you have the right knowledge and training.

Your first aid training also enables you to improve the safety conditions at home and at your place of work. Your powers of observation will be enhanced, allowing you to quickly evaluate risks to health and safety and take steps to minimise them.

Becoming certified in first aid can also help boost your employability and pay. First aid knowledge comes as a huge plus in many industries.

Australia Wide First Aid is a nationally recognised training organisation (RTO  No. 31961) specialising in providing fully accredited courses at the best prices.

We are also endorsed by the Australian College of Nursing (ACN) and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) — you will benefit from the most professional and efficient first aid training available.

First aid = safety and survival

The ultimate goal of administering prompt and proper first aid is to preserve a person’s life.

First aid also aims to improve a person’s condition and at least prevent their injury or illness from becoming worse until full medical attention becomes available.

Done correctly, first aid might very well spell the difference between life and death. Moreover, knowing how to correctly administer first aid is not only critical for preventing the loss of life, it also has an impact in the patient’s recovery time and quality of life after the accident or injury.

When you earn an Australia Wide First Aid certificate, you’ll have the skills and theoretical knowledge to quickly and accurately assess situations and make good decisions based on those observations.

More calm, considerate, and compassionate as a consequence of your training, you reassuring presence will reduce feelings of anxiety and fear at the scene of a medical emergency.

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What does it take to be a first aider?

In Australia, you need to have a Statement of Attainment before you can become an authorised first aider.

This statement or certificate will be issued to you once you’ve successfully completed the required units of competency in your first aid course.

More information about first aid certification

You’ll receive your Statement of Attainment the same day you complete the coursework, including the e-Learning and face-to-face assessment, along with providing your valid USI and full payment for the course.

Your first aid certificate (PDF) will be sent via email. Issued by Australia Wide First Aid — a nationally recognised training organisation (RTO No. 31961) — your certificate that will be recognised Australia-wide.

The Provide First Aid certificate is valid for 3 years, while the Provide CPR Statement of Attainment is valid for 12 months.

In addition, by completing Australia Wide First Aid’s courses, you can gain Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.

For more information about our training courses in Western Australia, please call us or email.

Book your first aid training course with Australia Wide First Aid today.

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