One in nine Australians suffers from Asthma. Asthma is regarded as the ‘silent killer’ and the key to surviving an asthma attack is having an asthma management plan. Crucial to asthma management is using all the resources available to you, and the best place for asthma management resources is Asthma Australia . Resources include brochures, fact sheets, first aid posters, and videos showing correct inhaler technique. In addition, there are Asthma Action Plans in eight languages other than Eng...
In an emergency situation, some people may be reluctant to put their first aid skills into practice due to concerns relating to legal issues and fear of being sued. The 4 main basic legal issues of first aid are: Duty of care: In general, community first aiders need not fear legal litigation if care is made in good faith, and they try to avoid further harm using actions that are not reckless and within their skills and limitations. Workplace first aiders must act within the scope of their ac...
Being a portable and printable document means that certificates can be attractive to unscrupulous operators who think they can take advantage of that common human failing of taking the easy way out. For some, it may appear easier to buy a certificate that looks genuine, rather than paying for and attending an actual course, especially for someone with a looming deadline. It’s easy to verify an Allens Training certificate. Simply visit this link in the Student Certificates section on the Alle...
On Thursday 6 April 2017, Allens Training Sunshine Coast is delivering a Provide Advanced First Aid (HLTAID006) course in our Training Centre at 8/10 Capital Place, Birtinya Qld 4575. This course is open to the public, and you can secure your spot in the course by booking online on our secure website , or by phoning 07 5438 8888. Who needs this certificate? The most common first aid course required by most employers and workplaces is Provide First Aid (HLTAID003). However, certain tertiary s...
At many first aid courses, we commonly hear some hesitation from students about performing rescue breaths on a stranger. If a cardiac arrest occurs and if you, the rescuer, are unable or unwilling to perform rescue breaths, then we have a solution for you.  When an adult person is alive and well, their average blood pressure is 120/80 (120mmhg/180mmhg). This is the pressure required to circulate blood and oxygen around the body. In a cardiac arrest situation requiring cardiopulmonary resusci...
Our record of employing women in our workplace is something we are very proud of. Across our various locations: 85% of the employees in our head office are women 66% of staff in our Noosa office are women 75% of staff are women in our Birtinya training centre We are blessed and hope your workplace truly appreciates the women that are building your business as much as we appreciate the women that are inspiring us every day. #BEBOLDFORCHANGE International Women’s Day has been celebrated since ...
If so, we want to hear from you. Allens Training Pty Ltd is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 90909) specialising in the delivery of first aid, and health and safety training throughout Australia. We are looking for an experienced First Aid Trainer to join our team. As an approved Allens Training Trainer you will be delivering nationally recognised courses at our clients' locations. Courses will include Provide First Aid (HLTAID003), Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (HLTAID001), P...
Sprains and strains are soft tissue injuries that usually result from sudden twists or jolts that apply greater force than the tissue can tolerate. Soft tissue injuries can be acute, resulting suddenly from a specific incident, or chronic, resulting over time from overuse or changes in normal tissue stress. Sprains are joint injuries involving small tears to the ligaments that hold the joints together, and may include injury to the joint capsule. Common sites for sprains are ankle, wrist, an...
Allens Training on the Sunshine Coast is holding a FREE CPR Awareness Session on Thursday 2 March. We encourage anyone who does not know how to perform the potentially lifesaving skill of CPR, to attend this session to ensure you are prepared for the worst. This is particularly important for those with pools or those that frequent local beaches and swimming areas. Knowing what to do in the first few minutes of an emergency can make all the difference for someone you love. Please book online ...
If it has been more than a year since you last completed first aid or CPR training you are likely due to renew at least the CPR component of your certificate. Why should you keep your certificate current? Well, beyond various workplace and employment requirements, it is always good to refresh your first aid and CPR skills for a number of reasons. I have forgotten what to do… If, over the past 12 months, you haven’t had to use the skills you learned in you last first aid course, you may have ...

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