The friendly trainers at Skills Training College know how to make your first aid training session an experience you’ll enjoy. Choosing STC means a choice of training methods, the option of workplace training and same-day certificates, all at a great price.
Skills Training College (RTO#45654 | CRICOS #03884A) offers HLTAID012 Provide First Aid in an education and care setting course, which includes the following units:
This updated emergency first aid response course is for teachers, educators and childcare support staff. It supersedes the old HLTAID004 Emergency first aid response in an education and care setting. But it’s not only for educators – it’s also useful for members of community organisations such as sports clubs.
To make sure you know what to do in an emergency, you train with realistic equipment.
Because good training is not ‘one size fits all’, Skills Training College offers a range of teaching methods. Each of these methods has elements that will appeal to different people. It means that you can choose whatever method suits your learning style best.
This course is perfect for educators, teachers and outside of school hours care (OSHC) workers who wish to become a:
This childcare and education first aid course can be in a classroom or at your workplace. The trainer goes through the course material with the group and you have to answer multiple-choice questions about it. To back up the theory, there are practical demonstrations. But it’s not just show and tell, with you getting hands-on training in using inhalers, EpiPens and defibrillators.
Before you attend the face-to-face training session, you must complete some pre-course reading and a quiz in your own time and at your own pace. We email you the quiz and reading material when you enrol.
Note: Please read the Skills Training College Student Handbook before enrolling.
There are no formal academic requirements for Emergency first aid response in an education and care setting. The minimum age for first aid courses is 14, but anyone under 18 years old must provide signed consent from their parent or guardian.
Skills Training College will determine whether you have the language, literacy and numeracy requirements needed for this course. You must be able to:
Students who fail the LLN assessment may still enrol in a course if a trainer endorses them and support strategies are in place.
You’ll need to be able to kneel on the floor and perform CPR uninterrupted for at least 2 minutes.
Student visa holder who enrol in this course must also meet the following requirements:
Before the course, you must complete some reading and a multiple choice quiz. As these are online, basic computer skills and access to the internet are essential.
Additional training that complements the skills learned in this course is in the HLTAID013 Provide first aid in remote situations unit*
*This unit is not offered by Skills Training College.
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On the Day following Successful Completion of the Training Course: