First Aid Course: Expressions of Interest

Interested in undertaking a First Aid Course? Comment on the Facebook post you saw this on with a ‘Maybe’ or ‘Yes’.




Provide First Aid (1 day) – Mandatory pre-reading required for Beginners


Provide First Aid (1 day) – 7.75 hours


Learn First Aid – what to do, when and how

Covers a broad range of First Aid Techniques

CPR certification including the use of a defibrillator


Covers Management of:

-Unconscious breathing person

-Unconscious non-breathing person (CPR)

-Application of a Defibrillator

-Review of First Aid kits.


Recognition and management of:

– Choking and Shock

– Injuries from head to toe

– Wounds and bleeding

– Burns, poisons, bites and stings

– Exposure to heat and cold

– Medical emergencies including chest pain, stroke, asthma

– Head, neck and spinal injuries

-Fractures, strains, sprains and dislocations


-Must be able to kneel on the floor to complete CPR on manikins

-Questionnaire at end of class and ongoing assessment on techniques throughout the day.

Participants who successfully complete this course are issued with a Statement of Attainment in HLTAID003; which is current for 3 years.


Provide First Aid (1 day) – $165 each participant. Maximum 16 participants.


Provide First Aid (1 day) –Online pre-work required.



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St John Ambulance (VIC) delivers nationally recognised training in partnership with St John Ambulance Australia Inc. RTO 88041