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Life-Saving AED: Get Yours Now!

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When a heart stops, every second counts.

Be prepared to act quickly and effectively to save a life from sudden cardiac arrest.

  • May 2024
  • May 31
    6 hours

    First Aid Refresher

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    1 day, 08:00 AM - 02:30 PM
    This course refreshes your knowledge and brings your first aid skills back up to speed. Your first aid certificate must be current, or within 3-months of its expiry date in order to be eligible for renewal.
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  • May 31
    1 day, 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM
    This course is a ‘core programme’ for workplace first aid. Work Safe First Aid is perfect for low and medium risk workplaces and will prepare your team to respond to the most common emergencies.
  • June 2024
  • Jun 08
    4 hours, 10:00 AM - 02:00 PM
    This course is a 4-hour advanced resuscitation programme that is ideal for healthcare professionals and non-clinical staff. The course covers basic principles of managing cardiac arrest (previously known as CPR level 4) and is equivalent to the CORE Immediate-Adult.
  • Jun 12
    3 hours, 01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
    The Vaccinator CPR 3-hr course is designed explicitly for authorised and pharmacist vaccinators and will cover all required topics and the necessary skills to manage a life-threatening emergency.
  • July 2024
  • Jul 04
    1 day, 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM
    This course is a ‘core programme’ for workplace first aid. Work Safe First Aid is perfect for low and medium risk workplaces and will prepare your team to respond to the most common emergencies.
  • Jul 04
    Extended FA 2-day
    This course is a comprehensive First Aid program. Extended first aid is ideal for moderate to high-risk workplaces and will cover all relevant topics and equip your team with required first aid skills.

First Aid Training

The First Aid Training Company offers a range of Workplace first aid training courses and Advanced CPR programs for health professionals and vaccinators. All our First Aid training courses ensure that learners leave us equipped and ready to act in an emergency.

We pride ourselves on delivering simplified, streamlined, engaging, fun, and affordable first aid training.

Ask us if you’re unsure which course you require; we’re here to help!

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Work safe class for workplace first aid

Work Safe First Aid

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This course is an 8-hour essential first aid ‘core programme’ for workplace first aid. Work Safe, or first aid level 1, is perfect for most low and medium-risk workplaces and will prepare your team to respond to the most common emergencies.

First Aid Refresher 6-hour course is to refresh first aid skills

First Aid Refresher

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First aid certificates must be renewed every two years. This first aid refresher (revalidation) course brings your knowledge and first aid skills back up to speed.  Your first aid certificate must be current or within 3 months of its expiry date to be eligible for renewal.

In-house Group First Aid and Private First Aid courses

Private First Aid

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If you need private first aid training, we can set up a suitable in-house group first aid course at your workplace or another convenient location. We also offer the most competitive rates in the industry when comparing courses with other accredited training providers.

School First Aid for teachers and support workers

School First Aid

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The School First Aid course specifically applies to teachers, school support staff, and caregivers. It focuses on providing emergency first aid to children under the age of 14 within the school environment or care setting. It is a great team bonding exercise or a teachers-only day activity.

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Q What are the requirements for workplace first aid training in New Zealand?

Q What first aid courses currently being offered meet the minimum requirements for workplaces?

Q Is there a minimum required length of course?

Q I completed my initial first aid training in Australia. Are Australian first aid courses recognised in New Zealand?

Q My original course was with a different provider. Can I still renew my certificate with you?

Q Do I need to be competent in English to attend a course?

Q How good does my reading and writing have to be to attend the course?

Q What if I have a complaint about my course?

Q Would 'Blended' online learning give me the same first aid certificate as classroom training?

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