Allens Training Blog

Welcome to our Insights and Information Blog regarding all things relating to training in the First Aid, Health and Safety educational environment.

The objective of our Blog is to keep you up to date and well informed with any changes and related information to training within the Vocational Education and Training environment.

Is your first aid kit up-to-date? When was it last checked?

All over Australia, first aid kits are sitting in cupboards, on benches, in vehicles and numerous other handy (and some not so handy) locations. In many c...

National Diabetes Week (10-16 July)

This year in National Diabetes Week (10-16 July), Diabetes Australia...

Being 'first aid' prepared for travel

Australia’s population is concentrated in urban areas near the coast, with the highest concentration being in the south east of the country, stretch...

How do you manage your workplace first aid services and resources?

Do you know what is involved in establishing, maintaining and facilitating the provision of appropriate first aid in the workplace, and are you aware ther...

Sharps Course

Course in safe handling of sharps and infectious waste 10340NAT

Allens Training is holding this course 20th Feb 2016 at our Birtinya ...

Danger at this time of year

As we get ready for the Christmas season it is important to remember we are usually surrounded by additional electricity and electrical devices. Yes I am ...

Measles

Measles in the Child Care Setting

Measles is caused by the mea...

What is a Stroke?

Stroke is the common term used to describe a CVA or Cerebral Vascular Accident.

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Sunshine Coast First Aid

Lisa from our first aid sunshine coast office states that Cardio-Pulmonary-Resuscitation (CPR) can be life-saving and increases the person’s chances...

Good aspects of the USI system

Previously we have sent broadcasts informing students of cases of fraudulently issued certificates, including cases where our own certificates were fraud...

Video From Heart Foundation Australia

 This is a great video regarding the warning signs of a Heart Attack from the Australian Heart Foundation. An excellent resource for First Aid Trainers.

Thanks to the Australian Heart Foundation