As we continue to be faced with the moving tide that is COVID -19, we will continue to adjust our sails…
First Aid & Safety Training is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff through this current situation. This is our highest priority.
We are continuing to modify the way our courses will be delivered in accordance with health authority recommendations and social distancing recommendations.
What are we doing ?
Staying up to date with the latest recommendations from the Department of Health, NSW Government, ASQA, WHO and our RTO.
Undertaking a cleaning regime on all equipment and resources used by students and trainers.
Providing handwashing and sanitising facilities for trainers and students.
Reducing Class Sizes.
Adding staggered session times for Practical Assessments throughout the day to reduce the amount of face to face time.
Providing access to Workbooks and First Aid Manuals Online.
No longer providing morning tea or afternoon tea.
Offering students to re schedule to another date for those that do not wish to attend due to COVID – 19 concerns.
Undertaking COVID – 19 Risk Assessment on every student who presents for a practical assessment prior to entering the room.
We are also currently in the process of developing a video link for our website, for the practical instruction of assessments, to be accessed by the student prior to attending their practical assessment time slot.
What can you do ?
Do not attend our course if you are unwell, have cold or flu like symptoms.
Do not attend our course if you are have been diagnosed with COVID – 19.
Do not attend our course if you have travelled overseas in the last 14 days.
Do not attend our course if you have been in close personal or social contact with a person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or that has themselves travelled overseas in the last 14 days.
Practice good hand hygeine, hand washing before, during and after you attend our courses.
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We thank all of our front line health professionals who are putting in many hours, and also those workers that provide necessary support in front or behind the scenes in any business, to keep our communities and its people safe.Please take care of yourselves, and each other
Kirrilley & John Moelker