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Free First Aid manual, online First Aid workbook, free CPR chart and free CPR mask

February 24th, 2018

The Northern Beaches most trusted first aid and CPR training provider. Since 2009 Simple Instruction has been providing accredited training courses both public an private to the Northern Beaches community. Our most popular courses being the Provide First Aid course HLTAID003, Provide CPR HLTAID001 and our Child care educators course – Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting HLTAID004.

When booking a course with Simple Instruction you receive a Free First Aid manual, online First Aid workbook, free CPR chart, free CPR mask and a free First App. All courses are held on the Northern Beaches, Sydney at the Dee Why RSL and are conducted by local trainers who know the area.

Book a First Aid or CPR training course with Simple instruction today and you will make the Northern Beaches a safer place for you and your family.

www.simpleinstruction.com.au

All courses are conducted under the Auspices of Allen’s Training RTO 90909

First Aid and CPR Training Classes Near Me!

January 30th, 2018

Sydney’s Northern Beaches is a popular location due to its beautiful beaches. With summer in full swing and with school classes returning to normality its time to be trained in first aid and CPR. Simple Instruction conducts Provide First Aid (HLTAID003), Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting (HLTAID004) and Provide CPR (HLTAID001) at the Dee Why RSL on the Northern Beaches of Sydney or we provide private classes and can come to your workplace or house. We have been a part of the Northern Beaches community for the last nine years and enjoy being near our clients.

Book a first aid or CPR course online through our website www.simpleinstruction.com.au

All courses are conducted under the auspices of Allen’s Training RTO 90909

Discounted First Aid and Cheap CPR – Book online!

January 18th, 2018

Discounted, Local (Northern Beaches, Sydney), accredited and relevant Provide First Aid HLTAID003, Childcare First Aid and Provide CPR training courses. Our certificates are produced under the auspices of Allen’s Training RTO 90909 and valid in every industry across Sydney and Australia. Simple Instruction has been providing training courses for Northern Beaches locals for the last 7 years at the Dee Why RSL and previously at the Brookvale Hotel. We have only ever cancelled 2 courses in 7 years and it is an honour to keep the Northern Beaches a happy and safe place. Simple Instruction also provides private courses – mainly to child care providers HLTAID004 and the Fitness Industry HLTAID001 CPR refreshers. We also catered towards building/construction, schools, air conditioning tradies and tailor our courses specifically to your needs.

Book now online with Simple Instruction www.simpleinstruction.com.au OR www.northshorefirstaid.com.au

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Free first aid manual and CPR face mask. Great Sydney CBD Locations.

January 17th, 2018

First Aid Course on the Northern Beaches, Sydney. Book today. Excellent first aid and CPR instructors.

Aussie dad’s intuition saves his teen son’s life
A TEENAGER spent a painful 30 hours trapped in his crashed car in bushland until he was rescued by his father who hired a helicopter to find him.

When Samuel Lethbridge, 17, didn’t arrive at a friend’s home on Sunday — and when he failed to reply to messages — his family immediately feared the worst.

As his sister Megan posted frantic messages on social media asking for sightings, their father Tony Lethbridge followed his gut instinct. And that ultimately saved his son’s life.

The teenager was reported missing to police but by yesterday morning Mr Lethbridge decided to hire a chopper to find his son. And he knew exactly where to direct them to search.

“An accident happened there about five years ago … It stuck in my mind … I thought, ‘I can’t leave him out there without looking.’”

The car was eventually found 20m down a bank off the Pacific Highway at Crangan Bay, south of Newcastle. By the time emergency services were able to reach him he had been trapped with broken bones for about 30 hours.

The first on the scene initially feared what they would find inside, but were amazed when they saw his head move.

The rescue was described as extensive and difficult. Picture: Seven News
The rescue was described as extensive and difficult. Picture: Seven NewsSource:Channel 7

Mr Lethbridge was taken to John Hunter Hospital where he underwent surgery for multiple fractures, including a broken arm, leg and spinal injuries, as well as dehydration He remains in a serious condition.

“He’d been there all night. No one could see him from the road, no one at all,” NSW Ambulance superintendent Jeff Atkins said.

When rescuers found him they had to peel the roof back and cut the seats out to free him. The car was so seriously damaged after plunging through bushes as it rolled that Mr Lethbridge couldn’t move inside because he was pinned under the dash.

“He was trapped extensively in the car from the waist down and was fully conscious through the whole ordeal,” Mr Atkins said.

Once freed, he was carried up the bank on a stretcher to a waiting ambulance.

“It was a very extensive rescue, very difficult access, difficult extrication of the patient, [we’re] very lucky the young patient is still alive.”

Sister Megan Lethbridge took to Facebook last night to say how lucky she felt.

“Counting my lucky stars tonight [Sam] is doing well so far,’ she wrote.

andrew.koubaridis@news.com.au

Get trained in and accredited Provide First Aid HLTAID003 or Provide CPR HLTAID001 today. You could save a life through your training. We are located at the Dee Why RSL and have been conducting courses on the Northern Beaches of Sydney for many years. All course conducted under RTO Allen’s Training 90909.

First Aid skills used on Child left in a hot car!

January 7th, 2018

First Aid and CPR Training on the Northern Beaches, Sydney. Training Rooms in the Dee Why RSL. Free Provide First Aid Manual and CPR face Mask. Allen’s Training First Aid online App access.

WOMAN was outraged after finding a baby crying and sweating in a parked car, but the dad’s reaction really made her see red.

Emma Russell, NZ Herald
news.com.auJANUARY 7, 20186:34AM
Have you ever left your child in the car?
A WOMAN is outraged after finding a four-month-old baby “cooking” in a parked car in Whanganui, New Zealand on Wednesday.

Margi Keys said there was something distressing about the baby’s crying that prompted her to investigate, the New Zealand Herald reports.

To her horror she found the crying baby red and sweating in a car she described as a furnace.

“There were heaps of people around but no one took any notice. I started calling out asking whose baby it was and eventually a man in his 20s waved at me but didn’t come over to the car,” she said.

The incident occurred around midday when the outside temperature peaked at 25C and there was no wind.

Ms Keys said the baby looked extremely uncomfortable so she slid open the back door unclipped the seatbelt from his car seat and gently pulled him out.

“As soon as he was out of the car and in my arms, he stopped crying.”

Police say that young children must never be left alone in a house or vehicle and they require constant supervision.

The parent of the child didn’t appear to realise how dangerous leaving a child in a car was, according to Ms Keys. Picture: iStock
The parent of the child didn’t appear to realise how dangerous leaving a child in a car was, according to Ms Keys. Picture: iStockSource:Supplied

It is illegal to leave a child under the age of 14 without reasonable provision for their care.

Ms Keys said she couldn’t believe with all the publicity about the danger of leaving a child in a hot car that it still happens.

“Heatstroke can happen in two minutes. Brain damage can occur. Death is then not far away.”

In 2015 a 16-month-old baby died after being left in a car outside of the mothers Whanganui workplace.

Ms Keys said she approached the man and told him that the baby was very hot and distressed and about the dangers of leaving a baby in a hot car.

“He protested that he’d ‘only been gone two minutes’ and that ‘he was asleep’ when he parked the car.”

She said the man didn’t seem that concerned and told her that the baby usually cries and it was normal.

“I said to him that most babies need to be held a lot, they need to feel secure, and being held and soothed helps them to have that sense of security.”

But Ms Keys said even though the man agreed not to do it again, she was unsure he understood how dangerous it was.

“If you are at the beach and you see a child distressed in the water you go to save them, the same principle should apply to a baby left in a car.”

This article was originally published by the New Zealand Herald and appears here with permission.

2018 First Aid and CPR courses – Northern Beaches, Sydney

January 4th, 2018

Simple Instruction first aid and CPR training courses are back for January and February 2018. With a new year we think its time that we try and get everyone trained in the basics of first aid or CPR. Simple Instruction is a local Northern Beaches, Sydney First Aid provider for all workplaces, industries and safety requirements. Course are available at the Dee Why RSL and caters for people in suburbs across the Manly Warringah region.

Listed below are the 5 top reasons why first aid or CPR training is so important.

• Increases safety: The basis of first aid or CPR training is “prevention”. It is always better to be safe than to be sorry. Knowledge of first aid or CPR promotes the sense of safety and well being amongst people, prompting them to be more alert and safe in the surroundings they dwell in. Awareness and desire to be accident free keeps you more safe and secure, reducing the number of causalities and accidents.

• Helps save lives: If a person who is trained to give first aid administration happens to see any casualty in his vicinity, immediate action can be taken and lives be saved. While it is natural for most of us to rush to support any injured person, a trained person is more reliable, confident and in control of himself and his actions while in trauma situations.

• Helps relieve pain: Some injuries require a very simple solution like applying ice pack or a quick rub. A ride to the emergency room is not necessary, at least not for some time. In such cases, calling a person trained in first aid courses is more reliable. They can help reduce the pain by performing simple procedures and can help relieve pain at least temporarily.

• Makes people more secure: Knowing that you can save your own life when required, or that of the people you know or those in trauma during some emergency helps you relax more and be more secure. The sense of security promotes a healthy and a more confident environment around you where you and the people around you would feel more secure. The presence of such people provides reassurance to the others in the situation.

• Prevents the situation from becoming worse: A trained person would know how to keep the situation from becoming bad to worse. They will provide temporary treatment which will keep the condition of the victim from deteriorating, till professional help arrives. Something is better than nothing!

Knowledge of first aid and CPR training promotes a healthy, secure and a safer environment, and instills confidence amongst people, their families, their colleagues and associates thus making the Northern Beaches, Sydney a safer place. Basic first aid or CPR knowledge is very helpful in dealing with trauma situations. Not just the medical help they provide, but the confidence they exhibit is very helpful during casualties. Being trained to provide first aid is useful to oneself and society.

Training course we have on offer include:
HLTAID001 – Provide CPR
HLTAID003 – Provide First Aid (Senior/Apply First Aid)
HLTAID004 – Provide an emergency response in an education and care setting (Childcare First Aid)
CPCCWHS1001 – (Online White Card) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry with Live Assessment.
www.onlinewhitecardaustralia.com.au

All course are conducted under the auspices of Allen’s Training RTO 90909

January First Aid and CPR Courses

January 3rd, 2018

Northern Beaches First Aid and CPR accredited training course are continuing throughout January and February 2018 with Simple Instruction conducting courses out of the Dee Why RSL. The courses are filling fast as participants are coming to the Northern Beaches from all over Sydney.

We cater to not only locals on the Northern Beaches from Palm Beach and Newport to Manly, Dee Why and Belrose but to all of Sydney with people coming form the CBD, North Shore, Chatswood, Bondi and the Central Coast. With First aid and CPR courses essential for most jobs and careers its essential we cater for individuals as they make their New Years resolutions which include Career changes.

Training course we have on offer include:
HLTAID001 – Provide CPR
HLTAID003 – Provide First Aid (Senior/Apply First Aid)
HLTAID004 – Provide an emergency response in an education and care setting (Childcare First Aid)
CPCCWHS1001 – (Online White Card) Prepare to work safely in the construction industry with Live Assessment.
www.onlinewhitecardaustralia.com.au
All course are conducted under the auspices of Allen’s Training RTO 90909