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.
Partner Training Saves Life
Ray and Christine Wallbank operate Emergency Risk Management Queensland delivering Mines Rescue training as well as first aid courses. Ray has always m...
Additional measures to reduce fraudulent certificates
Recently we have had cases of fraudulently issued first aid certificates reported to us. Speaking to other Registered Training Organisations, they have ...
Explaining Crush Injury vs Syndrome
Often students get a little confused when talking about a CRUSH INJURY and the CRUSH INJURY SYNDROME.The ARC states “If it is safe and phys...
Become a First Aid Trainer Instructor
Have you considered the opportunity to run your own training business with the security and backing of a quality Registered Training Organisations?
Explaining Triage in First Aid
Last week we received an interesting question from a student completing their First Aid OnlineIn a multi casualty situation, when the rescuers a...
When First Aid Training Becomes Real!
Whilst tens of thousands of people learn the vital and life saving First Aid skills, it is indeed fortunate that many do not have to practice these skills...
Mines Trainer Charged by Police
Partner delivers Life Saving Lesson
Gary Woolrich owns Cairns First Aid Training Service . He is an Allens Training Partner. Gary was delivering a first aid course at the Cairns RSL when he ...
The Australian Resuscitation Council states that CPR should be started if the victim is unresponsive and not breathing normally. Even if the victim take...
New course Accredited
Provide first aid in a remote location SISOOPS305A
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