Posts Tagged ‘Online’

Training and Certification – Provide First Aid and Provide CPR

April 26th, 2018

The Northern Beaches leading Training and Certification company Simple Instruction is changing our fee struture as of the 1st of May. We are still offering public (Dee Why RSL) andd private courses at a cheap and reasonable rate.

Simple Instruction would like to thank you for your continued support of our local Northern Beaches First Aid and CPR training business.
Due to external factors we have had to increase our prices for the first time in 9 years.
While still the number one First Aid and CPR Training provider on the Northern Beaches and Sydney, we will implement the follow changes as of the 1st of May 2018.
HLTAID003 – Provide First Aid (Includes CPR) – $120pp
HLTAID001 – Provide CPR – $60pp
HLTAID004 – Provide an Emergency first aid response in an education and care setting – $140pp
Free Manual, Free Resuscitation Mask, Free App, Free Chart with all bookings made with Simple Instruction.
To save money before the increase occurs and to refresh your first aid and CPR accreditation at the Dee Why RSL please make a booking online.
www.simpleinstruction.com.au
Training and certfication is Nationally Recognised and Accredited with certificates being issued by Allen’s Training PTY LTD RTO 90909 with speedy and fast turn around times for certificates.
Regards,
Ian

First Aid – Shark, Bear and Snake

April 24th, 2018

First Aid Course. First Aid Training at the right price in a CBD location. On the Northern Beaches of Sydney Hopefully this man has some training. Free first aid manual. Free CPR Mask, Free Online workbook, Free First Aid App.

THIS guy is lucky to be alive – but otherwise he has the worst luck imaginable, after a series of terrifying run-ins with deadly animals.

WHEN Dylan McWilliams was bitten by a shark in Hawaii on Thursday, it meant he had been bitten by a shark, a bear and a rattlesnake — all in less than four years.

“I don’t know,” Mr McWilliams told the Honolulu Star-Advertiseron Friday. “I’m either really lucky or really unlucky.”

Not surprisingly, the 20-year-old from Grand Junction says he spends a lot of time outdoors.

In Thursday’s attack, about 50m from Shipwreck’s Beach off Poipu, Mr McWilliams suffered deep cuts to one of his legs, but the injury wasn’t life-threatening, reports Fox News.

“The scariest part was swimming back,” he told the news outlet, adding that he was hoping the shark wouldn’t continue following the trail of blood from his leg.

The leg wound required seven stitches, the Star-Advertiser reported.

Last July, McWilliams told the paper, he received nine staples in his scalp after a nearly 140kg bear invaded his Colorado campsite.

“The bear grabbed the back of my head and started pulling me and I was fighting back as best as I could,” he told Hawaii News Now. “It dropped me and stomped on me a little bit, and I was able to get back to the group and they scared it away.”

As for the rattlesnake, that encounter occurred about three-and-a-half years ago in Utah, Mr McWilliams told the Star-Advertiser.

Luckily, he took in only a small amount of venom, so he was only briefly ill afterwards, he told the newspaper.

“My parents are grateful I’m still alive,” he said.

This article was originally published by Fox News and is republished with permission.

Book a First Aid or CPR training course with Simple Instruction at the Dee Why RSL. We provide Nationally Recognised Courses that are accredited through RTO Allen’s Training. HLTAID001, HLTAID003, HLTAID004 training courses offered regularly.

Provide First Aid Certificate (Formerly Apply and Senior First Aid)

October 23rd, 2017

Apply the first aid knowledge you learn from a Simple Instruction Provide First Aid and CPR course held at the Dee Why RSL on the beautiful Northern Beaches of Sydney NSW. Simple Instruction is the leading HLTAID001 (Provide CPR), HLTAID003 (Provide First Aid) and HLTAID004 (Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting(childcare first aid)) in Sydney and love working with our Northern Beaches locals to make the Manly Warringah area a safe place.

We offer courses to all our locals and will attend private course across Sydney. More recently we ahve completed courses in Avalon, Balgowlah, Brookvale, Belrose, Manly, Narrabeen, Dee Why, Mona Vale, Frenchs Foorest, Mosman, Cremorne, North Sydney and Cammeray. We tailor our course to all industries and love attending our local business partners in fitness, health and many more.

By updating your first aid an CPR skills you are helping those close to you including family (baby), workmates and friends. Apply the knowledge that you learn in our relevant, fun, easy, online, cheap and energetic course to real life scenarios.

Allen’s Training is our RTO 90909 and we conduct all courses under their auspices. Do better than St John’s!

Find your White card online – www.onlinewhitecardaustralia.com.au

NSW ONLINE WHITECARD – Parramatta, Blacktown, Cronulla, Bondi, Cabramatta, Manly, Penrith, Macquarie Park, Camden, Liverpool

September 26th, 2017

NSW White Card provider www.onlinewhitecardaustralia.com.au provides licences 4 work sites and the construction industry for $29. Our online white card training has advanced WHS and OHS courses throughout Sydney NSW.

You could be in Parramatta, Blacktown, Cronulla, Bondi, Cabramatta, Chatswood, Brookvale, Dee Why, Manly, Liverpool, Penrith, Macquarie Park, Camden or any other part of Sydney and get accredited whilst in the comfort of you own home. Online White Card Australia is the leading training course provider in the country. Using RTO 90909 Allen’s Training we have advanced technology to make your experience easy.

The simple, cheap $29, easy, online and best white card service has provided over 1000 white cards in 3 years. Online White Card Australia is the leader in white card industry.

Simple Instruction provides first aid and CPR training courses for the Northern Beaches and North Shore community.

WA White Card Online – valid in NSW, QLD, WA, SA, NT

September 20th, 2017

White Card Online Australia is the leading White card provider in the country and can provide white card services to you in your own home. The $29 issued WA online white card is valid in most states and territories and is essential for anyone looking to enter onto a construction site.

Commonly known as the white card ticket, Online White Card Australia is the leading provider to help get workers onsite today. The cheap, easy, and most importantly quick online training will help you earn money tomorrow.

Book now to avoid disappointment www.onlinewhitecardaustralia.com.au

$29 Online WA White Card – Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Darwin, Perth, Melbourne, Hobart

August 20th, 2017

A simple and easy to use online white card system! $29 and you pay when you pass. The WA online white card is valid in all cities across Australia including Sydney, NSW, Brisbane, QLD, Perth, WA, Canberra,  ACT, Darwin, NT, Melbourne, VIC, Hobart, TAS and Adelaide, SA.

The beauty of our system is that you pay when you pass, Allen’s Training friendly customer service team guide you along the way and you continue to work. No face to face classes mean you can complete the course in your own home and get qualified.

Get qualified today by clicking www.onlinewhitecardaustralia.com.au

 

If on the Northern Beaches of Sydney or the North Shore of Sydney please remember we also have the Provide First Aid HLTAID003 and Provide CPR HLTAID001 courses conducted by Simple Instruction First Aid and CPR Training www.simpleinstruction.com.au and North Shore First Aid and CPR Training www.northshorefirstaid.com.au. Please make a private or public booking today. Public courses are held at the Dee Why RSL

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Online White Card NSW – Online WA cards valid in Australia

June 5th, 2017

Does NSW accept online White Cards?

Online White Card Australia has WA White cards which are valid in NSW.

“…construction workers can work in NSW using valid construction induction cards issued by all states and territories under the National Code of Practice for Induction for Construction Work”

www.onlinewhitecardaustralia.com.au

Interstate cards

In addition to the WorkCover NSW construction induction card, construction workers can work in NSW using valid construction induction cards issued by all states and territories under the National Code of Practice for Induction for Construction Work as well as the following induction cards issued under previous arrangements:

‘blue cards’ issued in Queensland
‘red cards’ issued in Victoria
Western Australian ‘blue’ cards.
Current OHS construction induction training cards issued between 1 September 2009 and 31 December 2011 or a former OHS induction training certificates issued between 29 March 2004 and 31 August 2009, will be recognised as a general construction induction card.”

North Shore First Aid Course – Provide First Aid and Provide CPR

January 11th, 2017

Simple Instruction is based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney at the Dee Why RSL but prides itself on catering for all of Sydney. The North Shore is the Northern Beaches close neighbour and we are seeing people coming to our First Aid and CPR training courses from Mosman, Cammeray, Naremburn, Willoughby, Crows Nest, North Sydney, Neutral Bay, Cremorne and Chatswood. In fact a lot of people would rather travel and park at the Dee Why RSL than battle traffic to get into Sydney’s CBD.

Simple Instruction has been catering for the Northern Beaches and North Shore for the past 7 years and we support local business and initiatives. We pride ourselves on customer service and cater to your needs from start to finish.

Simple Instruction already caters for many childcare centers and gyms by providing private courses and we have great feedback from all staff and personal trainers with many returning for their renewals.

Make a payment to book a course online via our website.

Northern Beaches and Sydney CBD Safety – Provide First Aid HLTAID003 and Provide CPR HLTAID001 course

October 24th, 2016

LAURA SULLIVAN, CENtRAL
October 18, 2016 2:57pm

A DEADLY snake was seen slithering along George St, Sydney sending people into a panic.

Snake handler, Harley Jones from Snake’s in the City, was called to George St around 2.20pm with reports of a red-bellied black snake on the loose.

Mr Jones was contacted by police and two other witnesses to remove the snake from the busy area outside a hotel.

After taking the full grown red-bellied black snake to a Crows Nest vet, Mr Jones said the snake has a good chance of survival despite having blood on its head.

“The snake’s injury is as much of a mystery as why it was there in the first place,” he said.

“There was quite a lot of blood on the footpath, it could be a lung injury.”

Mr Jones said he was pleasantly surprised by the amount of people concerned for the snake’s welfare.

“People were more curious than scared, which is really fantastic to see,” he said.

The venue manager at the Morrison Bar said staff rushed to close the doors and call police as soon as they saw there was a snake out the front.

He said the snake appeared to be injured and distressed, with a large amount of blood on it’s head.
“The staff couldn’t believe what they were seeing and covered the snake up straight away,” the venue manager said.

“You don’t expect to see a massive deadly snake in the city while you are relaxing and having a drink.”

He said none of the patrons appeared to be injured or stressed by the situation.
A picture of a one-month old baby red-bellied black snake. Picture: Jono Searle
Mr Jones said finding a snake in the CBD was far from a regular thing for him.

“It is very unusual to find a red-bellied black snake in front of a hotel, in the middle of the city,” Mr Jones said.

The venom is poisonous and symptoms include bleeding and or swelling at the bite site, nausea, vomiting, headache, abdominal pain, diarrhoea, sweating, local or general muscle pain and weakness, and red-brown urine.

Although there are a number of bites each year, very few human deaths have resulted and most deaths were in earlier times.

Often bite victims experience only mild or negligible symptoms but some end up in hospital.

But there is a greater risk for children and pets.

The snakes grow to an average size of 1.5 to 2m, with males growing slightly larger. But they can grow up to about 2.5m.

Yes folks its that time of year again. Snakes are coming out to look for food. Make sure you are ready in case a family member gets a snake bite, learn first aid in a nationally recognised first aid course on the Northern Beaches. We are the best first aid course in Sydney and we offer training with a defibrillator to all participants. Book now for a day you wont forget. Simple Instruction is centrally located at the Dee Why RSL DYRSL and caters Provide First Aid HLTAID003 and Provide CPR HLTAID001 courses for all Northern Beaches and North Shore locals from Avalon, Narrabeen, Mona Vale and Warriewood to Belrose, Frenchs Forest, Beacon Hill to Manly, Dee Why, Freshwater and Brookvale to Mosman, Cammeray and Neutral Bay.

All courses are conducted under www.allenstraining.com.au

White Card course www.onlinewhitecardaustralia.com.au

Provide CPR Training Courses vital and available on the Northern Beaches

July 5th, 2016

Simple Instruction is not St John’s Ambulance but we provide accredited training on the Northern Beaches, Sydney that is vital to all school students learning and just as effective. Simple Instruction is a local first aid and CPR provider and have been conducting courses in Northern Beaches schools since 2009. We conduct fundraisers for school and are happy to support any Northern Beaches cause.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/the-hills/never-too-young-to-save-someones-life/news-story/c78acdba7c8c26ebcf4391266fbc0a54

Boy, 9, saves little brother’s life after he stops breathing while parents rush him to hospital

Bev Jordan, Hills Shire Times
March 28, 2016 2:02pm

WHEN his five-year-old brother Ben stopped breathing, Zachary Redwood calmly performed lifesaving CPR..

Earlier this month, the Baulkham Hills boy celebrated his ninth birthday with his little brother and extremely proud and grateful parents by his side.

Zach learnt CPR last year at a first-aid training course run by long-time St John volunteers and his scout leaders at 2nd Baulkham Hills Scout Group, Jennie and Taylor Page.

Three-year-old Ben with his big brother Zach, 9.
The boys’ father Julian said Ben ate a Snickers bar at a birthday party, then vomited up the peanuts. About 30 minutes later he had trouble breathing.

“We thought he might be having an asthma attack but he did not respond to treatment,” Mr Redwood said.

“At this point we realised this was now an emergency situation and decided to rush Ben to hospital.”

Mum Jenny drove Zach and Ben in her car while Mr Redwood followed in another car.

“During the trip to the hospital Ben stopped breathing, his lips turned blue, eyes rolled into the back of his head and he lost consciousness,” said Mr Redwood. “My wife was distraught.”

Ben and Zach at their Baulkham Hills home.
Mrs Redwood pulled over to the side of the road and Zach calmly put his first-aid lesson into practice, performing CPR on Ben as he had been taught to do.

“I just took my seatbelt off and I just breathed into him,” Zach said.

Mr Redwood said: “After a few minutes some colour returned to Ben’s face and lips and he regained consciousness.”

When the family arrived at The Children’s Hospital, Westmead, they were told they were lucky Zach had known how to perform CPR.

“I felt really helpless and scared,” Mrs Redwood said.

“Just knowing what to do is so important.”

Zach (right) learned CPR at a first aid course at the 2nd Baulkham Hills Scout Group.
Ms Page said she couldn’t think of the story without getting emotional.

“I am so proud of (Zach),” she said.

“I feel children are never too young to learn CPR.

“Even if they can’t do it themselves because of their size, there is always a chance they can instruct an adult should the need arise.”

Julian Redwood with his sons Ben and Zac.
What to Do

■ Check for danger

■ Check if the affected person is conscious

■ If not, call 000

■ If yes, make the person comfortable

■ If unconscious, open the mouth, clear the airway

■ Check breathing

■ Start CPR if not breathing — 30 compressions, two breaths, then repeat

■ Place in recovery position when conscious

Zach (right) used the first-aid skills he learnt at Scouts to save his brother Ben’s life.
Jennie Page, a St John Ambulance superintendent and 2nd Baulkham Hills Scout Leader, said learning CPR should be compulsory in schools.

She has been running annual workshops for her cubs and scouts with the help of her daughter Taylor and other St John cadets for 10 years.

“I firmly believe that all school-age children should be taught first aid, including CPR.

“You can never be too young to know how to save a life,” she told the Times.

“Even if they can’t do it themselves because of their size there is always a chance they can instruct an adult should the need arise.

“We have had three reports of children saving lives in the past 18 months,” Mrs Page said.

She said she wished all primary schools took up the free St John Ambulance First Aid in Schools program. Last year, more than 20,400 students took part in the program.

There are two programs available. One is aimed at years 3 and 4 students and the other is for students in years 5 and 6.

Up to 40 St John volunteers deliver the program across NSW.

For details, call 9745 8740 or email schoolsprogram@stjohnnsw.com.au.

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