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Australia's first recognised first aid training organisation
You can be assured you're working with the best. With over 30 years in the business of delivering Nationally Recognised First Aid and Emergency Training courses to Australians, we're the most experienced provider in the country.
World's first Hospital Grade Smart Phone ECG device. For Medical Professionals and Patients. Check your heart anywhere, any time.
Smart First Aid Kit
Easy to use, inexpensive and will guide you through any first aid situation. With QR Code Videos, Treatment Flip Chart and modulised by injury type, this is the smartest first aid kit on the market.
First Aid and Emergency
Empower yourself and others to be ready to act with confidence and skill in a medical or other emergency.
Learn how to manage your own risk factors and be ready to help those around you. Heart Health, Mental Health and Diabetes.
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What our partners and clients have to say about the work we do
James Kerr AP Technical Training Manager
Just wanted to say many thanks to Michael who conducted our first aid training with the Ford/TTi instructors last week. He was very informative, seems he has had some experience with this training according to his history which helped make the course even more enjoyable. His stories of actual event backs up the theory and his attention to detail helped me and I am sure the others as well. So overall a great experience and we all learned much from Michael so please pass on my personal thanks for his help during the course for all of us much appreciated. See him in a few years, many thanks.
Stefanie Erxleben Registered Nurse
At our medical practice, recently a man in his mid 60’s stopped breathing as he was sitting in the waiting room. The nurse was in the waiting room at the time and commenced CPR immediately. The ambulance was called and the AED Hearton defib was attached to patient promptly. After one shock, the patient regained consciousness and started breathing on his own. The ambulance arrived and took over care of the patient who was then taken to hospital and not long after flown to Adelaide for an Angiogram. He is currently alert and stable. It was a successful CPR due to the prompt first aid care provided and the early use of defibrillation.
Sarah The Queen Elizabeth Centre
Hi Tiffany, Firstly i would like to thank you so much for coming out to our playgroup yesterday to facilitate first aid training for our families. The families and staff learnt heaps and the way in which you presented the information was easy to follow, appropriate and interactive. We will definitely book you to come back perhaps later in the year! Thanks again.