Your First Aid Course and WHS Training Specialists

Allens Training is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) We are among Australia’s largest training providers in the delivery of nationally accredited courses including: 

  1. First Aid
  2. Work Health and Safety
  3. Construction and Industry 
  4. Fire and Emergency
  5. Paramedic Ambulance and First Response

With our National Support Centre in Goulburn NSW, we have an extensive network of trainers and partners who can deliver our courses throughout Australia. We can deliver to individuals and specialise in group bookings with competitive industry rates.

If you require flexibility our range of course options include face to face delivery, an easy to use online training system or we can send our materials to your home and you can complete your course by distance learning.

Looking for training?

If you need to complete your First Aid or Health and Safety course. Simply select the best option for your needs.

Group Training Individual Training

Face to Face Training in Goulburn.

We deliver a range of Face to Face course options in our Goulburn National Support and Training Centre.

Click to view our upcoming course calendar.

Build your training business

If you are passionate about training and wish to join a successful team why not become an Allens Training Partner (co-provider). It’s free to join and you will benefit from a growing trainer (co-provider) network of over 300 partners within Australia. Depending on your experience and qualifications you can deliver any of our courses and build your own business. Utilise our quality training resources, our easy online ordering and a support network of Partners to grow your successful training business.

Become an Allens Training Partner

Click here and register for more information and download our e-brochure on becoming an Allens Training Partner Co-Provider

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