Qualified Paramedics delivering quality training
Survivor Training began as Survivor Emergency Care Training and was established in
2003 by principle Trainer Assessor and Facilitator Tony Coffey.
Tony is a Registered Paramedic who has been passionate about lifesaving and training
He has been a lifeguard for 10 years as well as a volunteer lifesaver for over 20 years and, during that time, filled numerous education, training and assessment roles as well as executive positions with major volunteer organisations.
Tony has been delivering First Aid and emergency training professionally since 1998 as well as designing and delivering training courses to meet the requirements of specific industries, workplaces and culturally and linguistically diverse groups since 2003.
He is the author of several First Aid manuals and training recourses widely used in Australia and SE Asia
Having the confidence to react in the correct way has major benefits. Correct First Aid:
Increases Safety – Awareness of potential consequences can encourage a safer environment
Saves Lives – The first few minutes are vital in a life threatening situation
Relieves Pain – Some injuries it could be a simple matter of correct positioning of the victim or applying cold or heat to the affected area as appropriate
Promotes Healing – By applying correct First Aid scarring may be reduced, and Medical professionals could be better able to minimise long term recovery
Prevents Situations Becoming Worse – A First Aid trained person would know how to provide initial treatment to prevent deterioration until medical help can be obtained
Training brought to you
Onsite training - we come to you
Aged Care Facilities
Child Care Facilities
Just organise a group of 10 and we bring the training to you.
Tailored lesson plans
Although the content in Certificate courses are standardised throughout Australia, we know, from years of experience, that there are many variables to a situation.
People who work in Aged Care facilities face specific challenges which can be quite different to those working in Childcare.
Parents with newborns and children face many potential hazards in the home.
Specific workplaces also have common workplace injuries.
Our public courses incorporate these variables to suit our learners needs.
“Practical, meaningful, memorable and a fun day. I now have the confidence to react and help my family and friends”
- Virginia, North Ryde
"I've been updating my CPR and First Aid certificate for 15 years and this was the best one ever. I actually learned new things. Thank you Tony "
- Andrew, Sutherland
“Great presenter, very knowledgeable and engaging”
- Kylie, Oyster Bay
"A mixed group, including 2 GPs and the trainer kept everyone engaged. His depth of knowledge was evident but explanations clear, concise and memorable. I wish my University lecturers could have done that."
- Dr Rami, Rockdale