Yes, CPR for Life can come to your workplace or home at a time that suits you. We provide group discounts and training that can be tailored to your environment. See more information about onsite group bookings.
What is the difference between onsite training and public training?CPR for Life2022-03-01T13:50:20+11:00
Onsite group training can be conducted at your workplace/site/home at any time and can be further customised to suit your needs. This tends to be a preferred option when group size reaches 6 or more. Learn more about onsite group training here.
Public training at our venues may be a convenient option for smaller groups or individuals.
I need assistance with the online learning?CPR for Life2022-01-09T19:26:22+11:00
The online self-paced learning component contains the background theory and consists of a series of modules including presentations, videos, flip books, and assessment quizzes. You will need to successfully answer all assessment questions before attending the practical video conference of the course. It is recommended that you start at the top and work your way through each module as this will build on your learning.
Learning modules are colour-coded allowing you to easily see modules you have completed and those you still need to complete.
Blue = module has not been started | Yellow = module has been started but not finished | Green = module has been completed.
What happens if I cannot attend my class?CPR for Life2022-01-09T19:25:04+11:00
All students enrolling in nationally recognised training in Australia need to obtain a Unique Student Identifier (USI). A USI is an exclusive 10-digit number consisting of letters and numbers that will be used to link a student’s training records. It means an individual’s nationally recognised training and qualifications gained anywhere in Australia will be kept all together. To create your own USI or read more about it to, go to: www.usi.gov.au.
Is Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) included in HLTAID011 Provide First Aid?CPR for Life2022-03-01T13:52:03+11:00
A person with a disability can attend our courses. If the person is unable to kneel down on the floor to perform compressions and breaths for two minutes of uninterrupted CPR, the student can only be issued with a statement of attendance – not a statement of attainment.
What if I have learning difficulties?CPR for Life2022-01-09T19:17:33+11:00
If you have any special needs, (including those related to language, literacy, or numeracy) a relevant disability, or other concern, you should inform us when you book so that appropriate assistance can be arranged.
How do I know I have completed all the online learning modules?CPR for Life2022-01-09T19:16:46+11:00
There is no minimum age however we would not recommend the course for a child under 14 years old. If the child is under 14 years of age, it would be our recommendation that a responsible adult will be attending with the child.
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