Aged Care Facilities
Aged Care related Group Training
With all the time pressures on Nurses and Carers these days, we understand the environment you work in. We will be flexible and efficient in providing the most cost effective training that fits with your schedule.
You may be a professional carer or students studying for an Aged Care qualification. If you can get a group together you will qualify for a discount and a course run at a time convenient with you.
You may be arranging an entertaining First Aid session for your residents, we have courses to meet your needs. To find out more, please use the contact from below.
Our Seniors have special First Aid needs and many have special concerns when they are being treated for injuries or health issues. You should consider their unique needs when performing first aid.
The First Aid for Seniors sessions held at residential centres have proven to be very popular with the Seniors themselves.
We pride ourselves on the level of service we provide to make the training for your group as cost effective, relevant and hassle free as possible. We offer:
- Flexible delivery options based on your location, timing and training requirements
- Course content and scenarios relevant to you
- Significant savings, on-going discounts and payment options
- A Free Audit of your First Aid facilities and equipment plus training needs analysis to ensure compliance.
- Free Refresher Training after three months and a free renewal notification service
Group sizes: A group can be as small as 6 and as large as you require. For large groups we will need to discuss the location and logistics with you to ensure quality training and assessment.
Do you know your WHS obligations with regard to First Aid provision?
If you have any questions, not sure of your Duty of Care obligations or how to assess your risks then just contact us.
What course is best?
We offer a range of courses to ensure that we can provide the training most suited to your requirements and risk profile. Will your activities ever take you more than one hour from definitive medical care (typically ambulance access). It’s sobering to realise how long it can take a paramedic to reach you if they physically can’t drive to you….. MORE INFORMATION.