First Aid
Courses

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First Aid and CPR Training Courses - Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington - FACT Co

Comprehensive First Aid

12 Hours
The Comprehensive First Aid Course is a minimum requirement for most workplaces and meets the new guidelines from WorkSafe New Zealand (Feb 2020)

Everyday Workplace First Aid

Everyday Workplace First Aid

8 Hours
For designated first aiders at low to medium risk workplaces; and for around the home. Those who are new to first aid, or for renewing your older certificates.

First Aid and CPR Training Courses - Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington - FACT Co

Refresher First Aid

6 Hours
For designated workplace first aiders, and community responders who need to renew their certificate, which must be completed at least every two years.

First Aid for Medical Professionals

Resuscitation Course for Vaccinators

Resuscitation for Vaccinators

3 Hours
Authorised vaccinators and pharmacists. Suitable to demonstrate certificate renewal, and for new vaccinators.

Basic Life Support

Basic Life Support

3 Hours
Advanced resuscitation and first aid for healthcare professionals and non-clinical staff

CORE Immediate & CORE Advanced

NZRC CORE

CORE Immediate and CORE Advanced programmes coming soon

Introductory First Aid Courses

First Aid and CPR Training Courses - Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington - FACT Co

Save A Life

4 Hours
For First Aid around the home, church and community groups, and for those who will be assisting your organisation’s designated first aiders in a low-risk work environment.

First Aid and CPR Training Courses - Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington - FACT Co

CPR & AED

Every 75 minutes a New Zealander dies of sudden cardiac arrest. Learn the most common life-saving techniques in first aid: how to perform CPR and use an AED in adults, children and infants.

First Aid and CPR Training Courses - Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington - FACT Co

Pēpi CPR & Choking

1 Hour
Know how to render help when the unthinkable happens at home or school. Learn how to attend to young people in an accident and emergency.