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Could you provide First Aid Training in an Emergency?

In an Emergency your skills acquired from learning First Aid could prevent the situation from becoming worse.


The benefits of having First Aid training could save a life.

First Aid training enables individuals to use this skill to prevent an emergency from worsening, offering initial medical assistance until professional care can be accessed. In particular, it can be life-saving.

This First Aid Course describes the skills and knowledge required to provide a First Aid response to a casualty in line with first aid guidelines determined by the ARC.The aim of first aid it to preserve life, prevent illness or injury from becoming worse, protect the unconscious and promote recovery.Multisec Training can provide you with the skills and knowledge required to provide First Aid.

Certain Occupations require you to complete a First Aid Course

Examples of these occupations include a Security Guard, Child Care Work etc..

First Aid in the workplace

In NSW All workplaces must provide first aid equipment, facilities and in some circumstances, trained first aiders, from SafeWork NSW.

Appropriate qualifications of first aiders

In order to be a first aider, the person should hold a nationally recognised qualification issued by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) for the nationally endorsed first aid unit/s of competency which give them the skills to administer first aid.  First aiders should be provided with appropriate training for the level of risk (likelihood of serious injury or illness) identified at the workplace.

The First Aid Course can be completed the same day.

Bookings are required for the First Aid Course and it can be completed within the same day at our Multisec Training Rooms in Auburn.This certificate HLTAID011-Provide First Aid can be completed in one day for a cost of $150.00

Accredited First Aid Course

This course provides the skills and knowledge required to provide a first aid response to a casualty in line with first aid guidelines determined by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) and other Australian national peak clinical bodies.

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