Revive2Survive First Aid Training Melbourne & Victoria
Revive2Survive First Aid Training, deliver first aid training to corporate clients throughout Victoria. We aim to recognise the individual needs of our clients, which may include onsite training and consultancy, Flexible Delivery, Recognition of Current Competencies and Recognition for Prior Learning, small group sizes with practical skills and course knowledge are a priority. Revive2Survive is a Registered Training Organisation and all Revive2Survive courses meet the Australian Quality Training Framework Standards.
It is an industry recommendation that First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma should be renewed every 3 years, CPR should be updated annually as per the Australian Resuscitation Council(ARC) Guidelines.
Our First Aid Training Courses
* HLTCPR211A - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
* HLTFA211A - Basic Emergency Life Support
* HLTFA311A - Apply First Aid
* HLTFA412A - Apply Advanced First Aid
* HLTFA403A - Manage First Aid in the Workplace
* 22101VIC - Automated External Defibrillation
* 22100VIC - Basic Oxygen Administration
* 22099VIC - First Aid Management of Anaphylaxis
* 21827VIC - Anaphylaxis Awareness
* 21886VIC - Emergency Asthma Management.
* 22024VIC - Emergency Asthma Management in The Workplace
Aims & Objectives of Revive2Survive© First Aid Training Courses
Our first aid training courses teaches those involved in the community the skills and knowledge critical to saving life and minimising the severity of injury or sudden illness. Safety awareness and accident prevention are emphasised throughout this course.
"TO BELIEVE THAT ANY ATTEMPT AT RESUSCITATION IS BETTER THAN NO ATTEMPT"
It also teaches the fundamental principles, knowledge and skills of first aid to enable you to give competent emergency care until professional medical assistance is available.
First Aid is help given in the case of an accident or sudden illness before medical aid arrives.
Medical Aid usually follows first aid, and is given by a doctor or ambulance officer either at the accident scene or at a hospital.
1. To preserve life and prevent further injury
2. To promote recovery
3. To protect the unconscious
4. To send for Medical Aid.
1. To provide an open forum for discussion on all aspects of first aid.
2. Promote simplicity and uniformity in techniques regarding CPR as outlined by the Australian Resuscitation Council.
3. Encourage course participants to practice a-hands-on approach to all aspects of first aid.
4. To make all participants feel confident enough to help and provide first aid when necessary or until professional medical assistance arrives.
Contact Us to discuss which first aid training course is suitable for your needs.