Affordable, High Quality, First Aid Training

 

First Aid Level 1 course (1 - 2 days)

This course covers all first aid essentials, and is the benchmark of first aid. It is also a company requirement for the Occupational Health and Safety act (OHSAct), FGASA, SwimSA & SCUBA diving.

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First Aid Level 2 upgrade course (1/2 - 1 day)

This intermediate course covers the essentials of first aid in more detail. The extra theoretical and practical training enables students to improve their care of an injured person. This is an upgrade for a Level 1 first aid course where a student has a valid Level 1 certificate.

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First Aid Level 3 upgrade course (1 - 2 days)

This is an upgrade for a Level 2 first aid course where a student has a valid Level 2 certificate. It is excellent for people that are exposed to dangerous and hazardous environments or that are more than a few hours from their nearest hospital. The course is also recommended for anyone wishing to become a paramedic.

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First Aid Level 1 & 2 course (1 day or 2 days + 1 day)

This intermediate training course covers the essentials of first aid in more detail. The extra theoretical and practical training enables students to improve their care of an injured person as well as cover topics that are not covered fully in level 1. 

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First Aid Level 2 & 3 course (1/2 day + 1 day or 1 day + 2 days)

Complete your first aid training with this comprehensive course that covers all first aid topics. It is excellent for people that are exposed to dangerous and hazardous environments or that are more than a few hours from their nearest hospital or would like to become a paramedic. This is an upgrade for a Level 1 first aid course where a student has a valid Level 1 certificate.

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First Aid Level 1, 2 & 3 course (1 day + 1 day or 2 days + 1 day + 2 days)

This comprehensive course covers all first aid topics. It is excellent for people that are exposed to dangerous and hazardous environments or that are more than a few hours from their nearest hospital. The course is also recommended for anyone wishing to become a paramedic or are more than a few hours from their nearest hospital.

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(page updated March 2017)