Pandemic precautions - see us for urgent training - tiny classes
It all started in 2010 when Lorrie and I were married in a remote island in far west Fiji. The Minister, when writing on our Marriage Certificate where we lived, by mistake, merged our Suburb of Gungahlin here in the Australian Capital Territory with Australia to create the word "Gungahlia." The logo shows our love of the underwater and our favourite turtle. The original photo of the turtle that the logo design was sourced from had been taken in the Maldives in 2013 in Villamendoo resort where Lorrie finished her first diving course.
The red cross in the logo is symbolic of first aid. The curve that is shown under the turtle, and above the word gungahlia, is suggestive of both waves of the sea as well as the rolling hills of Gungahlin where we live. The name Gungahlin is a local indigenous word meaning rolling hills.
Let us teach in a location that suits everyone.
We just need space to go through the practical exercises and a table and chairs for some pre-course homework and multiple choice review during the day.
Some first aid training facilities teach up-to 24 students. We prefer personalised service and are able to handle more questions in a small group
"The course was by far the best I have done. The trainer was very knowledgeable and made it enjoyable while still covering all the components required. They were flexible in course times and worked around my work schedule. I highly recommend you use this local company if you need to obtain or renew first aid qualifications. ."
For our business customers, we love customising our courses to suit your business hours and first aid scenarios
Peter has been applying first aid since 1977 initially dealing with first on the scene first aid to car accidents; attempted suicides and domestics as well as performing CPR. More recently applying first aid to a range of sport injuries (football, hockey, tennis, dodgeball and scuba diving).
Since 2016, Peter has been teaching staff to become international first aid instructors
All domestic courses are accredited through PADI RTO 6729. www.padirto.com
Certificates are sent on the day via email.
Peter also teaches Scubadiving locally in Canberra with www.indepthscuba.com.au as well as training other students to become Scubadiving Instructors and First Aid Instructors through www.scubadivingidc.com.au and www.emergencyfirstresponse.com
Australian accredited first aid courses cannot be taught overseas. Our overseas
courses are conducted through https://www.emergencyfirstresponse.com.
CPR, first aid, caring for children ++
Peter has been teaching students to become First Aid Instructors who now teach overseas in many countries in Europe, Asia and South Pacific as well as USA and Canada