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Knowing First Aid is a Must in Life
Learning First Aid is a brilliant, practical and cost-effective way to gain important skills that can potentially save the life of an infant, a colleague, a partner or a friend. From burns to bee stings, snakebites to strokes, as a qualified first aider, you will have the confidence to step up and take action in the event of an emergency. For example, knowing when to call 000, having the basic skills of CPR, or knowing how to perform the Heimlich manoeuvre would be considered first aid. Also, learning how to dress wounds or deal with broken bones may become a beneficial skill when you least expect it.
Bestwest Care’s experienced educators are here to deliver nationally recognised First Aid courses at our dedicated training facility, conveniently located in Kwinana Trade Centre. In addition to attaining a nationally recognised certification, you will walk away with a tremendous feeling of satisfaction and achievement.
Most importantly, our First Aid educators will make it fun as they share valuable, real-life stories from their experiences as active first responders, registered and enrolled nurses and therapists, as well as former paramedics and health care workers.
Limited Dates for First Aid Course
Call 9439 1673 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place in our next course. The next available dates are the 29th & 30th April and the 13th & 27th May 2022.
- HLTAID011 Provide First Aid competency involves at-home theory, followed by a practical one-day workshop
- Successful participants receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment and a complimentary ABC First Aid Guide upon course completion
- Invest in a First Aid course for just $165!
Specialist care roles and career pathways in 2022
Where will your training take you this year?
Whether you’re fresh out of school looking to kickstart your career or are someone ready to change it entirely— we’re here to help! At Bestwest Care, we are industry leaders in WA providing accredited education and workplace training to help strengthen the disability, mental health and aged care workforce. You have the drive, and we simply help you pave your pathway to employment by providing you with the tools to build a rewarding career in care!
Where do I start?
It can be tricky to know where to start when it comes to your choice of certificate, course or unit. At Bestwest Care, the possibilities are endless—it’s up to you and what you make of it! Our classes are designed to equip you with relevant industry knowledge, experience, skills and confidence to help you excel in a care-based career. We specialise in providing education and training to help you gain professional roles as registered and enrolled nurses, support staff, allied health assistants, activity officers and more.
Are you looking to specialise your skills and gain employment in the aged care or disability sector? Our Certificate III in Individual Support is a great place to get your training started. The Certificate III specialises in offering you a broad range of employment opportunities in personal, community,
disability or aged care positions. You can be qualified to provide person-centred care and support to the elderly and people with a disability in residential aged care or home setting with a Certificate III in Individual Support in just eight weeks.
Or perhaps you’re already employed and are looking to upskill or become more specialised in your field? In that case, our list of accredited courses and competency units can certainly help! Check them out below or find more information and our complete list of accredited courses and individual units here!
Our certificate training courses:
Why Bestwest Care?
Since 2001, we have proudly been one of the leading registered training organisations in WA and pride ourselves on our trainee graduates’ 95 per cent success and employment rates. Our dedicated team of educators share valuable life experiences working in aged care, disability, and health sectors and strive to deliver all courses at the highest standard. Those incredible life experiences include job roles like registered and enrolled nurses, active first responders, therapists, paramedics and aged care, disability, and mental health support workers.
If you’re seeking a rewarding, purposeful career in care and the information you have just read ticks all your boxes—we would love to hear from you! Enquire now to find our next available course, or call us on (08) 9439 1673 today, and we’ll help you get started.