An Overview About First Aid Certificate Course by Give First Aid Gold Coast

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First aid is a temporary medical care given to individuals who suffer due to any sudden injury or accident. It is a simple medical procedure that needs to be learnt by every individual in order to deal with any emergency situation. To enroll in First Aid certification, you need not to be a  medical professional; rather any common individuals can be trained  to administer first aid.

An Overview on First Aid

The idea behind designing First aid certificate course is to create awareness about first aid in people across the country. It is essential that everyone should possess a certain level of first aid ability in order to handle any uneven situations. This certification course is also beneficial for those who are passionate towards building a career in the health care industry, working for hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centres, etc. First Aid Certificate is also referred as Senior First Aid or Level 2 First Aid. This course is nationally accredited through inclusion on the National Training Information Service (NTIS) and  complies to policy advice by the Australian Resuscitation Council. It runs in partnership with Immediate Response First Aid, one of Australia’s most progressive training organizations. 

Pre-requisite for First Aid Certification Course

The minimum age limit to apply for First  Aid Certification is 16 years. There are no pre-requisites for this unit of competency.

Enrolment Procedure

To apply for Senior First Aid Certificate online, you need to visit our website, fill in the required details, pay the fees through credit card or PayPal Account and get enrolled for the course. It is important that all the online activities must be completed prior to the course.

Duration and Cost

The duration of the certification is 7 hours, which includes a face to face interactive training session along with practical skill session. The cost of the certification is AUD 95.

Course Structure

The first aid course covers a broad range of topics that helps an individual to manage all emergency situations. It includes:
Treatment of unconscious casualty
Applying infection control procedures or methods
Managing bleeding, burns and scalds
Taking care of fractures, sprains and strains
Managing substances abuse
Asthma awareness management program
Providing initial aid for head injuries, choking and eye injuries
Managing chest pain, allergic reactions, and seizures (adults)
Taking care of uneven life threatening situations


Written Test Evaluation: The written test is of multiple choice questions that carries maximum weightage (almost 80%). It is compulsory to clear this test before appearing for the next level.
Practical  Skill Evaluation: The practical skill test is used to check the hand-on skills of the candidates such as resuscitation skills, casualty management skills, etc. It also includes use of first aid kit. 

On successful completion of the first aid course, the candidate will be awarded with Statement of Attainment. For further information on venue and dates, you can visit our website  and find full details under “Training Venue & Date” tab.

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