Facemasks are Manadatory in Victoria from Thursday the 23rd of July
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Based in Gladstone Park with 13 different training locations throughout greater Melbourne, Emergency First Aid offers nine different first aid courses including CPR, HLTAID003 Provide first aid and Anaphylaxis Awareness.
Considered by many to be Melbourne’s premier first aid training provider, Emergency First Aid offers its nationally accredited courses via a mix of online learning and classroom based practical assessment.
All of our comprehensive courses have been designed with you, the student in mind, and can be delivered in a variety of ways including, classroom, onsite at your workplace and one-on-one for busy professionals.
Whether it’s your first time learning first aid or you are looking for a refresher, we are here to make things as easy as possible for you to learn these very important, life saving skills.
Find the latest information with regards to the COVID-19 Virus up to the 19th of July here.
Facemasks are mandatory in Victoria for Melbourne and Mitchell Shire.
Our First Aid Classes have resumed as normal, except for newly announced hot spot locations which we have had to temporarily postpone (ie. Broadmeadows) but we have put extra precautions in place to ensure the safety of our students. We socially distance each student, have reduced class sizes to abide by the gvernments 4 x 4 rule, provide hand sanitizer, masks and gloves, contactlessly take temperatures of each student as you enter to ensure no students are suffering possible symptoms, ask students to sign a declaration that they aren’t suffering symptoms, are meticulous with regards to both the hygiene of the venue and our equipment and have altered the practical class lessons to reduce any risk. All bandages are thrown away at the end of each classStudent safety is our number one priority.
Remember, if on the day of your practical class you had travelled overseas in the past 2 weeks, are feeling ill on the day or have come into contact with anyone who may be affected by COVID-19, or are currently in isolation or quarantine DO NOT go to your practical class. There will be no charge to switch or transfer classes. We’re all in this together.
We look forward to seeing you in class
Australia Wide First Aid is a Nationally Recognised Training Organisation (no: 31961) which means the first aid statement of attainment we provide, are nationally recognised.
We follow the Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines and every competent student will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment.
- HLTAID001 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation – lasts for 12 months
- HLTAID002 – Provide basic emergency life support – lasts 3 years
- HLTAID003 – Provide first aid – lasts 3 years
- HLTAID004 – Provide an emergency response in an education and care setting – lasts 3 years
Yes, of course. Emergency First Aid can happily come to your workplace. For more information on onsite and group bookings please fill out an enquiry form here. We can provide group discounts and training tailored to your specific workplace and environment.
After booking your course you will receive a link to pay for your course. Payment can be made via credit card (using eWay) or Paypal. Payment must be made before you can start the online componenet and before your practical class.
Once you have succesfully completed your online and practical sessions, we await the results from your trainer (usually within 24 hrs). After we have been notified your certificate will be available in your Student Portal under Certificates. You will also receive an email letting you know your certificate is available.
Normally a cancellation fee would apply (see our Refund Policy) but if on the day of your practical session you are feeling unwell or suspect that you may have any symptoms that are associated with the current COVID pandemic, we will waive the cancellation fee. The safety of our students is our number 1 priority and we are all in this together.
A person with a disability can attend our courses.
If the person is unable to kneel down on the floor to perform compressions and breaths for two continuous uninterrupted minutes the student can only be issued with a statement of attendance – not a statement of attainment.