*Important considerations*

In the current climate of restrictions it is important to conduct a risk assessment prior to considering first aid training. If the risk to your organisation of nor having First Aid training exceeds the risks posed by infection then take advantage of our live stream video course option.

How does it work?

Following booking in an arranged course date, we arrange for our training kit to be delivered to your workplace. This contains all the necessary pieces and resources for your course. Some will be discarded following the course, the rest we will pick up, medically clean and re-kit for the next course.

What is the difference between online learning and live video training?

Online learning is working your way through a preset course with no interaction or direct feedback from an instructor. Live video training is the same process as face to face training with the difference being that the instructor is at he other end of the video feed and observing and interacting via the video link. It’s the next best alternative to face to face training.

What infection precautions are taken?

The program has been modified so that each person gets their own manikin and defibrillator trainer. Breathing into the manikin will be mimicked and there is no physical contact between students.

What equipment do I need?

You will need a room that is large enough to accommodate social distancing requirements. You will need equipment to facilitate video conferencing capabilities. We will take care of the rest.

Are there maximum or minimum numbers for the courses?

The course minimum is 6 participants and a maximum of 10. All social distancing requirements apply throughout the course.

To enquire about the Live stream video training, contact us on 0491 057 339 or email info@ruralandremotefirstaid.com.au