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Our first aid courses are designed to make you think, laugh & learn along the way.
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Small groups ensure every attendee receives that personal touch.
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OUR FIRST AID COURSES ENSURE THAT YOU, YOUR CHILDREN OR YOUR EMPLOYEES MAY APPROACH ANY EMERGENCY SITUATION WITH AWARENESS & CONFIDENCE
Did you know we run PRACTICAL AND FUN First Aid for Kids Preschool Workshops facilitated by our amazing trainers?!
In these workshops kids learn:
✅ When & How to Call 000
✅ Understanding CPR, Burns, Blood Loss, Poisons & Stings
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What is the emergency service number in Australia?
Triple Zero (000) is Australia's primary emergency service number and should be used if urgent emergency assistance is required from either police, fire, or ambulance services. These calls are free from all kinds of phone. However, did you know that Australia also has two secondary emergency service numbers that only work with particular technologies?
• 112 is the GSM international standard emergency number which can only be dialled on a digital mobile phone.
• 106 is the text-based emergency number for people who are deaf, or who have a hearing or speech impairment. This service operates using a textphone (TTY) or a computer with modem access.
What happens when I call?
When you dial 000 you will first hear the recorded message 'You have dialled emergency Triple Zero. Your call is being connected.' Your call is then answered by a Telstra operator who will ask whether you require police, fire or ambulance.
Once you are transferred to the Ambulance service, they will ask you for your current location rather than what is wrong with the patient - which may seem a little strange. However, this is in case the call drops out or if you were to collapse, or go unconscious, so they can get an Ambulance dispatched to your location.
Please find the name of the nearest cross street as they will need that to narrow down your location and get the Ambulance to you faster.
Next, they will ask if you are calling for yourself or another person and if it is another person they will ask if they can come to the phone. Remain calm, stay focused, and breathe normally. ... See MoreSee Less