Affordable, High Quality, First Aid Training

 

Heartsaver First Aid (1 day)

This course is ideal for clients that need to be internationally certified in the use of an AED, as well as in CPR & choking & basic first aid.


This course covers - Adult, child, infant CPR & choking with a pocket mask & AED. Shock, Internal & External bleeding, Breathing problems, Allergic reactions, Fractures, Splinting, Bandaging, Head and Spine Injuries, Heat related Emergencies, Poisons, Bites and Stings.


What you receive - A
American First Aid and CPR student manual, AHA Heartsaver First Aid certificate and 2500 Discovery Vitality points.

Courses are conducted according to American Heart Association (AHA) standards and guidelines.


 

Details

If we come to you...

Group Size:

No minimum or maximum group size. Price based on number of students. Max 9 people per instructor.

Location:

We can run the course wherever you are.

Dates:

These courses can be run Monday to Saturday.

Times:

Day courses: 9am - 5pm Or 8am - 4pm. Start & end times can be adjusted to suit your needs

Booking process:

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

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 

1 person:

R3150 (7 hours) 

2 people:

R1750 per person (7,5 hours)

3 people:

R1270 per person (8 hours)

4 people:

R1050 per person (8 hours) 

5 people:

R1000 per person (8 hours)

6 or more people:

R960 per person (8 hours) 

15 or more:

R900 per person (8 hours) (1 group)


 

About our courses:

Our HS First aid course covers the most up to date global protocols for performing CPR as well as many most of the first aid skills you would need to know. The course 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)