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Charles Sturt University Panorama Ave Bathurst: Building 1411 - Room 207

Charles Sturt University Panorama Ave
Bathurst, New South Wales 2,795

15 Apr 2019
04:00PM
16 Apr 2019
04:00PM

North Nowra Community Centre - 7 Hood Close North Nowra

North Nowra Community Centre
7 Hood Close
North Nowra, New South Wales 2,541

20 Apr 2019
09:00AM
First aid and emergency training (details below):

We have staff located in all states of Australia, in order to meet workplace WHS requirements, within your organisation.

Our courses include: Most requested courses for onsite training are in bold.
  • Provide cardio pulmonary resuscitation HLTAID001
  • Provide first aid HLTAID003
  • Provide an emergency response in an education and care setting HLTAID004
  • Provide advance first aid HLTAID006
  • Provide first aid in remote situations HLTAID005
  • Provide advanced resuscitation HLTAID007
  • Respond to workplace emergencies PUAWER004B
  • Operate as part of an emergency control organisation PUAWER005B
  • Confine small workplace emergencies PUAWER008B
  • Perform rescue from a live LV panel UETTDRRF06B
  • Diploma of paramedical science HLT51015


Our former military and emergency service personnel, have the experience and expertise to deliver courses that are engaging and enjoyable. It’s not only enriching for learners, but it’s also immersive. The level of hands on training helps students apply skills in the most practical way. We’re looking forward to helping you gain new skills and confidence.


Competency Based Training:

Competency Based training (CBT) is designed to allow the learner to demonstrate their ability to compete set tasks. There is no comparison or grading between learners. CBT is the recognised training method for all vocational training in Australia. It is designed in consultation with industry which means the skills you learn in your training are relative to the industry. All training delivered at Emergency Australia is competency based which means that you do not receive grades and you do not fail if the first time you do not complete tasks satisfactorily, you are assessed as either competent or not yet competent. You may resubmit tasks or retake assessments until you achieve competency. You must achieve competency in all tasks within all units to receive the course award. If after multiple attempts you are still not achieving competency our learning support team may contact you to discuss your progress.