First Aid Course Fremantle

Fremantle first aid training benefits

  • CPR First Aid Courses Fast-Tracked

  • Online First Aid Course + Face-to-Face Training

  • Same-Day First Aid Certificate – Nationally Recognised

  • Group First Aid Courses at Your Site

  • Royal Australian College of General Practitioners – endorsed

  • Australian College of Nursing – endorsed

  • Registered Training Organisation #31961

  • Multiple Perth First Aid Training Centres

  • Find a Cheaper Price, We'll Beat it by 10%

Fremantle first aid training centre

Our Fremantle training centre is at:

Fremantle PCYC
2/34 Paget Street, Hilton WA 6163

This location is easily accessible from many suburbs in the surrounding area, including:

  • Alfred Cove
  • Anketell
  • Applecross
  • Ardross
  • Armadale
  • Ascot
  • Ashfield
  • Attadale
  • Atwell
  • Aubin Grove
  • Balcatta
  • Balga
  • Banjup
  • Bassendean
  • Bateman
  • Bayswater
  • Beaconsfield
  • Beckenham
  • Bedford
  • Beeliar
  • Belmont
  • Bentley
  • Bentley South
  • Bertram
  • Bibra Lake
  • Bicton
  • Booragoon
  • Brentwood
  • Broadway Nedlands
  • Brookdale
  • Bull Creek
  • Burswood
  • Calista
  • Canning Vale
  • Canning Vale South
  • Cannington
  • Carine
  • Carlisle
  • Carlisle North
  • Carlisle South

Same-Day Certificates at Best Prices

Our first aid courses are designed to fit in with Fremantle lifestyles.

Thanks to a streamlined approach to first aid training, you can do your coursework online and at your convenience. Your e-Learning done, the practical component of your first aid training can be scheduled for a day that best suits you.

We’ve streamlined this training and assessment too, keeping it to an absolute minimum in terms of face-to-face time.

The result: you can get your first aid certificate the same day!

Essential reading for first aid students

Student Information & Course Overview

Selecting your first aid trainer


Choosing a First Aid course trainer
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Importance of first aid in Fremantle

Every second counts in a medical emergency. This is where first aid comes into its own — in Fremantle or anywhere else for that matter.

Early first aid intervention can be the difference between life and death.

Life in Fremantle is relatively carefree. But of course, danger can never be dismissed here in Australia. It can strike in an office, in a factory, in the surf.

It simply makes sense to get your first aid certificate in Fremantle. With accredited first aid and CPR training under your belt, you can be ready to help your Freo neighbours in an emergency.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does first aid qualification take?

First aid qualification through Australia Wide First Aid is fast-tracked. Provided you complete the required e-Learning before the day of your hands-on training and assessment, you'll get your certificate that very day.

The e-Learning is an online first aid course — a multiple-choice quiz you can do in your own time, logging off and back in as time permits. You also get a comprehensive reference in the form of a First Aid eBook (free download).

Simply complete and submit your e-Learning by 11:59pm the day before your scheduled first aid class. This practical session is streamlined training and assessment. It will take 2 to 5 hours, depending on which course you take.

How long does my certificate last for?

The official recommendation for Provide First Aid and Child Care First Aid, is to renew your certification every 3 years. The validity period for Provide CPR certification is 12 months from date of issue.

How much does a course cost?

Australia Wide First Aid courses — Provide CPR, Provide First Aid, or Child Care First Aid – are cheaper than you'll find anywhere else.

This is our guarantee. We will instantly match the price of any competing course in Australia and then beat it by 10%.

Up-to-the-minute prices and availability for all our courses can be seen in the drop-down selector at the top of our web pages shows.

Are first aid certificates accepted in all Australian states?

Our certificates are recognised and accepted all over Australia, which is extremely advantageous in the job market.

Australia Wide First Aid certificates are fully accredited and comply with national regulatons and standards. Sent to you the day you complete your course (as a PDF), you'll be able to email your first aid certificate to employers, as well as print it out.

Are school first aid courses available?

Our trainers are available by arrangement to deliver group first aid courses. The minimum age for first aid certification is 14 years.

Where are courses held?

Group training can be conducted at your site by arrangement. This makes training and booking easy for you to manage and your people can train in their own workplace.

More importantly, the first aid course itself can be tailored to address the health and safety concerns specific to your workplace.

Our training for both groups and individuals is regularly available at locations throughout

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Australia Wide First Aid Fremantle
Fremantle PCYC
2/34 Paget Street
Hilton WA 6163

Parking & Access to our training centre:

BUS – Fremantle PCYC is close to the #160 bus stop.

Plan your journey using TransPerth.

CAR – free parking is available on-site and on-street.

  • Ample free parking 7 days

Food & Refreshment

To keep you hydrated throughout the day, water is readily available.

For first aid courses longer than 4 hours, a 30-minute lunch break is scheduled.

NOTE: Please plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to course commencement. Late arrivals cannot always be accommodated as disruptions can cause courses to run late, inconveniencing everyone in attendance.

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 you’ll learn in your first aid course

Australia Wide First Aid will teach you how to act quickly and decisively in an emergency medical situation.

AED & CPR training

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a core component of your first aid training. When a person has stopped breathing, CPR is a game changer.

CPR has saved countless lives, with many more rescued from the brink by the timely use of an AED — automatic external defibrillator. This is the heart-starter that paramedics use to shock a person back to life. And in your first aid course, you too will learn how to use an AED.

Treating wounds

Learning correct bandaging techniques will allow you to treat and manage cuts, sprains, burns and bites. You’ll also learn first aid management of injuries to bones, muscles and joints, including to the neck, spine, or head.

Breathing & Choking

First aid includes knowing how to check the breathing of a casualty and clearing the airway, if called for. You’ll learn techniques to help a person who is choking — infant or adult. You’ll also learn how to manage anaphylaxis, and asthma attacks.


You’ll learn how to safely treat a person who has inhaled, ingested, or injected a toxin.

Unexpected medical emergency

Your first aid course will equip you to help in a medical emergency in the home, a workplace, and while you’re out and about.

Your first aid training will prepare you to think quickly and act confidently, whether it’s in response to fainting, an epileptic seizure, a stroke, a heart attack, or due to a cause that is initially unknown.

You’ll know which steps to take in order to help avert disastrous outcomes.

Our first aid courses help you remain alert to what to look for, and how to stay safe yourself.

Australia Wide First Aid delivers

Our first aid training is classified as an Essential Service. We maintain COVID-safe measures.

As well as one-on-one classes, we provide group first aid training. This group training can be conducted on-site at your premises. This means the first aid training itself can be tailored to the health and safety needs specific to your premises.

Our experienced, fully qualified instructors provide accredited first aid training.

First aid training simplified

Our first aid courses include e-Learning, which gives you the freedom to go online and study at your convenience.

You simply download your First Aid eBook. It’s filled with great information. Read as much as you wish or only the sections relevant to the course you chose.

With your eBook open alongside, you can refer to it freely to answer True or False or check off the correct multiple-choice answers. You get as many attempts as you need to answer correctly.

Your e-Learning must to be submitted by 11:59pm the night before your face-to-face first aid class.

Start sooner rather than later. That way you won’t be stressing or rushing.

After you complete your e-Learning assignments, you’re then eligible for face-to-face training and assessment which you pre-book to fit in with your schedule.

In this session, your trainer will unpack all aspects of your first aid course and lay it out so you’ll understand it clearly. Your techniques for CPR, bandaging, and so on, will be fine-tuned and your confidence will be high once you interact with your trainer.

Shortly after you complete your face-to-face first aid training, your first aid certificate will be emailed direct to your InBox.

Many students want quick results and a same-day first aid certificate is all that and more.

Ready for career advancement and workplace compliance, your Australia Wide First Aid certificate will be recognised all over Australia.

Renewing your first aid certification will need a refresher at some point. First aid certificate holders need to stay up to date with first aid training advancements.

Provide CPR, for example, needs to be renewed annually. Provide First Aid remains valid for 3 years, but its CPR component should be updated annually. The same applies for Child Care First Aid.

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

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