The first aid units HLTAID001 through to HLTAID007 have recently been reviewed by a First Aid Subject Matter Expert Group. The consultation period for industry and the public on the draft Units has just concluded.

Pending feedback, the next release of these units will be a Community Services and Health Industry Skills Council (CS&HISC) upgrade, resulting in no change to code or title of the units as they will be deemed equivalent.

The release of the revised versions of HLTAID001 through to HLTAID007 is expected in late October 2014.

Dennis Neophytou 4 Sep 2018 4:57 PM

I attended the HLTAID001 CPR course at 669 Maroondah Highway on the 4/9/2018.
The teacher was fantastic. He knew his subject back to front. He was very personable and engaging.
If I need any further training, I know where to go.

Very happy.

Dennis N

jennifer mcdonald 12 Sep 2018 4:43 PM

I attended a cpr course this morning 12/9/2018 at Quest Narre Warren and the teacher (Norman) was really great and was so willing to let all the students partici[ate and ask questions throughout the time allotted for this.

I have been using this company for many years and have been letting all of my fellow care workers how good they are , and of course valur for money


the more confident,

Jennifer M

Angela Gomez de Rivera 17 Oct 2018 2:52 PM

Norman was a fantastic trainer. He was very knowledgeable and explained very clear.

I will do my follow up course again for sure.

Robyn 18 Apr 2019 3:17 PM

I had Norman today, April 2019. Best instructor I have come across after having done five CPR and/or First Aid courses. What I like about the course is the emphasis on hands-on training. Better to do than to listen. It is the cheapest, but the best. Can't get much better than that.

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