Life Saving Victoria
Local Clubs - Port Melbourne, VIC
First Aid & CPR Training courses from Life Saving Victoria will equip candidates to manage life threatening emergencies until professional medical help arrives.
FIRST AID & CPR COURSES FROM VICTORIA'S NO. 1 TRAINING PROVIDER: LIFE SAVING VICTORIA
Almost 10 million people are admitted to Australian hospitals each year as the result of an accident or injury. Any one of us may have to perform first aid at some point in our lives and it is vital that all Victorians take responsibility for learning first aid.
Life Saving Victoria's Provide First Aid course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to be able to confidently take control of potentially life threatening emergencies until professional assistance arrives. The course was previously known as a Senior First Aid, Level 2 First Aid or Apply First Aid qualification.
The course focus includes cover the signs and symptoms and treatment options for incidents including CPR, shock, bleeding, crush injuries, burns, fractures, sprains and strains, spinal injuries, breathing and heart conditions, diabetes, seizures and envenomation.
The course is ideal for those who are employed as an Organisational health and safety representative as well a person required to hold a first aid qualification as part of their role. It is also recommended for Care workers, Sports coaches / trainers and parents / guardians.
Emergencies happen every day, in the workplace, in the home and out and about. Learning these vital lifesaving skills and techniques could make a huge difference in the life of someone you care about.
Life Saving Victoria?s CPR course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to be able to confidently take control of potentially life threatening emergencies until professional assistance arrives.
The course focus includes cover the signs and symptoms and treatment options for incidents including first aid and CPR / breathing conditions.
The short course is ideal for all Victorians, but in particular those who have the responsibility for the care of another or have the duty of care towards a person in their personnel or professional lives.