Don’t have all day to sit in class?
First aid in 2 hours

Blended learning is for you

Online learning first aid

First aid in 2 hours
CPR in 1 hour

Online theory when it suits you

Small class sizes to ensure thorough practical session 

Fully accredited

Sutherland Leisure Centre

Wednesday Oct    5              6.00 pm

Friday           Oct    7              9.00 am

Wednesday Oct  26              6.00 pm
 

Blacktown Workers Club

Thursday     Oct    6              9.00 am

Cabravale Leisure Centre 

Wednesday Oct   20             9.00 am

How you can do First Aid in 2 hours?

Fully accredited courses

Class sizes strictly limited
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Corporate and group training specialists
Flat rates for groups from 1 to 25 learners

CPR First aid training

Most participants in First Aid courses do so because it is a requirement for their work.

We know you are busy and, particularly if you are updating your First Aid qualifications year after year, finding the time to allocate a full day to attend a training class can be difficult. Especially when you have multiple qualifications that need to be refreshed.

 

Blended learning may be just right for you. First aid in 2 hours.

 

By refreshing your theory knowledge on line, at a time that is convenient for you and at your own pace, and, after having already completed the theory assessment, the face to face component is short, sharp and relevant. 

 

There is no need to repeat the entire course.

 

All of the practical assessment tasks and scenarios are done efficiently and without “padding” 

Of course our experienced trainers are there to answer all of your questions and to provide further assistance if required to ensure you leave fully confident in your own ability to act appropriately in the event of an emergency.

 

Blended learning is not suitable for everyone.

 

Some people would be more suited to a longer version more face to face training, particularly if they have never completed a First Aid  or CPR course before or if English is not their primary language.

Some people are more tactile learners and would benefit more “hands on” or repetition.

 

With 30 years experience in first aid and emergency care training, our goal at Survivor Training is to have all of our learners armed with the skill, knowledge  and especially, confidence to care for a family member, colleague or even a stranger in an emergency situation until medial help is available.

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