Provide First Aid in an Education and Care Setting Training
Bring a friend for free!
As part of our South West Queensland Roadtrip for October 2022, if you bring a friend they can come for free, or you can split the cost. This means that you can gain a first aid qualification, and share the experience with a team member, friend or family member.
This offer is only valid for the Roadtrip in South West Queensland in October 2022.
Discounts will apply when added to cart.
At checkout, you will be prompted for payment details. Please enter the following for ALL participants in the additional information section provided:
Participant First Name, Participant Surname, Participant Date of Birth, Participant Phone, Participant Email.
This is Nationally Recognised Training. A Statement of Attainment will be issued following the successful completion of the course.
Competencies covered in this course include:
- HLTAID009 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
- HLTAID010 Provide Basic Emergency Life Support
- HLTAID011 Provide First Aid
- HLTAID012 Provide First Aid in an Education and Care Setting
Course duration is up to 6.5 practical hours and up to 4 eLearning hours.
This course covers management of various first aid situations in a Child Care or Education and Care setting including: shock, medical emergencies, burns/ temperature extremes, fractures, poisons/bites & stings, bleeding, allergic reactions, soft tissue injuries and many more.
This course is for those who work in a Child Care Centre, Family Day Care, Outside Hours School Care, After Hours School Care or other Education and Care setting. It is applicable for people who never done a First Aid course or whose certificate is about to expire.
This course is approved by ACECQA and satisfies all requirements for first aid, anaphylaxis management and emergency asthma training.
Meet Moira | First Aid Trainer
Tell us about your career so far!
When I was 15, my dad sent me off to get a first aid certificate and after my first course, I was hooked! It was for this reason that I became a member of the Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade, where I developed skills in teaching first aid to people as they progressed in their career. After 23 years of dedicated service, I retired, but my love for first aid always remained, and I began taking on casual trainer positions.
Why do you love what you do?
Every day, I help people learn how to cope if the worst were to happen. Despite no longer saving lives directly, I know that I am teaching others how to do so. In my classes, I have had survivors of CPR as well as students who have been involved in a CPR save come back and tell me about it. This gives me meaning for what I do!