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Course Schedule for 2017

Courses open to the public - booking essential.

All courses can be extended to become a level 2 or level 3.

Jan 16th - 17th - Level one

Jan 30th - 31th - Level one

Feb 13th - 14th - Level one

Feb 27th - 28th - Level one

March 13th - 14th - Level one

March 27th - 28th - Level one

April 10th - 11th - Level one

May 8th - 9th - Level one

May 22nd - 23rd - Level one

June 5th - 6th - Level one

June 19th - 20th - Level one

July 10th - 11th - Level one

July 17th - 18th - Level one

Aug 14th -15th - Level one

Aug 28th - 29th - Level one

Sep 11th - 12th - Level one

Sep 26th - 27th - Level one

Oct 2nd - 3rd - Level one

Oct 5th - 6th - Level one

Nov 6th - 7th - Level one

Nov 20th - 21st - Level one

Dec 4th - 5th - Level one

Dec 11th - 12th - Level one

Level one = 2 days, Level two = three days, Level three = 4.5 days

If you have 7 or more to train we will schedual a time around your needs and we will train your delegates at your venue if you require, for your convenience

Department of Labour Accredited Course Cost

Level one costs R690 per person

Level two costs R960 per person

Level three costs R1220 per person


US115967 + US120496 = R2000

Both courses require one week in the work place and certificates can take up to 6 months.

Price includes your First Aid manual, gloves, cpr device, moderation and certificates. Costs do not include catering and if you would like catering on your course, it can be aranged at an additional fee. Catering is down by outside companies.

Discounts for large groups, students and NGO's

Please contact maria on for more info, to book your course and get venue location and details.

Have a super day!


2017 -2018

FIRST AID LEVEL 1 - LEVEL 3 Classes are in Cape Town. The Level 3 course, covers levels 1 and 2 First Aid training and student may do all three levels during the week.

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Becoming aware of those around you, whether they have first aid training or not. Would they know what to do if something happened to you?

Would you know what to do if something happened to you?

Does the security in your building or your area have first aid skills and knowledge? Must they wait for emergency services to arrive due to lack of skill or knowledge. They are usually first to be called in and should at least have basic first aid skills. Level 3 skills are even better!

Does your local Woolies or Pick&Pay have all their staff members trained in first aid, or do they have the minimum number of qualified team members and they might not be working that day?

There are so many shops and companies you enter into every day that don't have qualified first aiders, or they do, but the minimum required by law, and if that person is off sick or on lunch when you have a heart attach or a stroke or the baby comes early! You are on your own, unless you know what to do or someone else around you does.

The reason I wrote the above paragraph is to try and start a drive amongst South Africans to become aware of who around them can help in an emergency. Be prepared for any medical emergency.

It is importantly to encourage companies to train their staff, especially those that deal with clients and strangers every day.

Our mission is to educate all on the basic principals of first aid. We know if you can teach one person first aid, he/she will take that knowledge home and teach his/her family or even save a life (it could even be their own)

Knowing what to do in case of a crisis, can save lives. Just knowing what to do to save one life, will mean the world to there families.

"For each staff member trained, at least 10 people around that staff member will benefit from the training."

If you would like to learn the most important basic save a life skill that First Aid teaches you, Please contact us to book a course and confirm availability. We look forward to having you train with us!


Click here for the 2017 open course training schedule.



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