First aid

In a partnership with Atwea, workers at Justiz Community, a charity that promotes social justice, were able to develop first aid skills they could use to support their community.

First aid courses

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Help create a safer workplace and even save lives!

As an employee or business owner, there are many benefits of being trained to provide first aid.  Atwea College First Aid courses will give you the skills and knowledge to provide first aid at work or in any situation.

This accredited course provides students with skills to assist a person suffering a serious illness or injury. It includes prevention prior to professional medical help being available and how treat of minor conditions, such as plastering a cut.

HLTAID003 Provide first aid

This accredited course provides students with skills to assist a person suffering a serious illness or injury. It includes prevention prior to professional medical help being available and how treat of minor conditions, such as plastering a cut.

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HLTAID003 Provide first aid

This accredited course provides students with skills to assist a person suffering a serious illness or injury. It includes prevention prior to professional medical help being available and how treat of minor conditions, such as plastering a cut.

This 12 hour non-accredited Mental Health First Aid course provides you with the practical skills and knowledge to support a colleague, family member or friend who is experiencing a mental health problem until appropriate professional support can be obtained.

Standard mental health first aid

This 12 hour non-accredited Mental Health First Aid course provides you with the practical skills and knowledge to support a colleague, family member or friend who is experiencing a mental health problem until appropriate professional support can be obtained.

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Standard mental health first aid

This 12 hour non-accredited Mental Health First Aid course provides you with the practical skills and knowledge to support a colleague, family member or friend who is experiencing a mental health problem until appropriate professional support can be obtained.

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