Over 30 years First Aid & Training Experience

BLS First Aid Courses may be one of the most important courses you will take in your life. You never know when someone who may be close to you will need First Aid. We will teach you how to administer confident first aid in the event of an emergency until experienced medical help arrives. Your help may save a life.Your nationally recognised Statement of Attainment (SOA) is issued by ABC Licence Training RTO 3399

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05
Oct
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month

OCTOBER IS SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST AWARENESS MONTH. Sudden Cardiac Arrest is NOT a heart attack. It shows no favoritism – it can strike any one, at any age, at any time, in any place! The only chance of survival is IMMEDIATE CPR and shocks from an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). For each minute that elapses […]

18
Sep
Australian Resuscitation Council’s Guide to Defibrillators

We at BLS First Aid Training feel very strongly about defibrillators & the life saving potential they have. One of our key goals over the years has been to get as many Automated External Defibrillators (AED’s) out to the Australian Public as possible. The Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) is a Commonwealth entity and advises the Australian […]

14
Apr
BLS First Aid & Focused Health Care at Sandgate’s Bluewater Festival

Today we joined together with Focused Health Care, to provide an information stall at the Sandgate Bluewater Festival. Focused Health Care are a local Northside Brisbane company, providing quality health care to the aged community, from the sunshine coast to the gold coast. Together we had a fun filled day at sunny Sandgate sharing our […]

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