Affordable, High Quality, First Aid Training

 

First Aid Practice & Presentation (2 hours)

Learn the essentials of first aid and how to deal with a life threatening emergency. This course is great for wellness programs, skills development, as well as staff empowerment. Perfect for large groups who want to practice the basics of first aid.

This course covers - Safety & first aid kit essentials, Adult, Child, Infant Choking, Seizures, Shock, Bleeding, Broken Bones, Burns. Asthma, Allergies, Fainting, Poisons, Bites & Stings, Head injuries, Choking practice, Bleeding, Fracture & Shock practice.

What you receive - Introduction to First Aid Certificate valid for 2 years and a Basic First Aid Manual.

 

Details

If we come to you...

Group size:

Minimum of 20 people required, maximum of 45 people. Price based on number of students. Extra instructor/s sent for large groups.

Location:

We can run the courses wherever you are.

Dates:

These courses can be run Monday to Saturday.

Times:

Any reasonable time you would like it.

Booking process:

Contact us > Get a Quote & Sign it > Get an Invoice & Pay the deposit > We then run the course/s

Price:


The more people on the course the cheaper it is per person. All prices Include VAT. Extra R3.00/km for training that is more than 20km away from Delarey, JHB

Rate:

R1500 callout + R80 per person

About the presentations:

Our first aid presentation was specifically designed to allow HR professionals and wellness coordinators the ability to run basic first aid training for large groups of people in a relatively short space of time. It teaches students the basic skills they need to deal with all the day to day first aid situations they might encounter at work or at home. The presentation is also very fun, interactive and designed using instructional design methodology to ensure you enjoy, learn and retain much more than you would on an average course. We endeavor to ensure you are well prepared to be able to help in an emergency.





 





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

(page updated March 2017)