When you step up to offer effective first aid, you can become the difference
between someone’s worst day becoming their last day.

You’ve got the first aid part down, and you know you’re equipped to handle just about any emergency.  It’s time to make a difference in a new way!  
Level up your knowledge, and expertise and make a difference in your community by becoming a First Aid & CPR Instructor!  Think this might be a good opportunity for you? 

Watch this testimonial from one of our certified instructors to find out why she loves it!

If you have the passion and desire to make a difference, becoming an instructor is a great way to do it. Not only will you be able to help others in need, but you will also gain a great sense of satisfaction from knowing that you are making a difference in your community.

Ready to step to the next level? Becoming a First Aid Instructor is for you if:

if you enjoy engaging with other participants during courses and training and are interested in the idea of teaching others

if you’re outgoing and will talk with anyone during a course and are ready to do some networking

if you’re ready to set your own hours, including the possibility of evenings and weekends

if you’re looking for opportunities to instruct courses as a contractor for other companies

If you want to make a difference in your community

if you’re self-motivated and a go-getter ready to grow your business

if you’re looking to start a business with low start-up costs and minimal overhead

if you are looking for more flexibility in your working schedule and freedom for the 9 to 5 grind.

if you are FULLY prepared to help an injured or ill person in an emergency and want to pass on that knowledge so others can be helpful too.

To become a First Aid Instructor, you must have:

Valid Standard First Aid CPR C

Valid G Licence and reliable vehicle

Vulnerable Sector police check (within 6 months)

As a First Aid Instructor:

You will have the opportunity to share your knowledge and expertise with others and help them be better prepared for any emergency.

You will be responsible for teaching people how to handle emergency situations with confidence.

You’ll have the chance to meet new people and learn new skills.

Use your knowledge and expertise to make a difference in the world.