First Aid is essential for any industry or workplace and our Workplace First Aid courses have fun, hands-on scenarios to equip you with the skills and confidence to manage emergency situations anywhere; from the office to the factory, or at home.
Outdoor First Aid equips you to care of a patient for long periods before help arrives. It also means that access to specialised equipment may be unavailable and that improvisation is needed because of your remote location.
Looking for a public course to attend? Our courses will leave you more confident in administering First Aid.
We have public First Aid courses in Auckland, Northland, Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Canterbury.
This course is advanced training for people holding a current first aid certificate who wish to advance their knowledge and skills to a higher qualification for their work, e.g. outdoor instructors, surf lifesavers, ski patrollers and LandSAR members.
We cater for all teaching and support staff, as well as High school students needing First Aid training, to gain valuable NZQA credits for their studies. Course can be tailored to suit your school, so ask us how we can accommodate your needs.
First Aid certification is a must for your designated first-aiders and staff and all our courses cover the requirements for H&S workplace compliance. Please contact First Training directly on 0800-1st Aid, for group bookings.
Our Trades First Aid course is essential for all tradesmen and construction workers. This is a practical, hands on, one day course that is suitable for any trade; plumbers, electricians, plasterers etc.
Our First Aid for Not-for-Profit Organisations courses, are Workplace First Aid courses that meet NZQA and Health and Safety requirements at special pricing.
First Training has First Aid courses designed specifically for the Early Childcare industry; to meet your centres requirements and compliant with MOE guidelines.
“Our instructor was absolutely amazing, very informative! She answered all of our questions and made the course fun and enjoyable while learning.”