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 Allens Training website, enter the certificate details as instructed (be sure to enter the full name if the full name is on the certificate) and click on the Verify button.

If the certificate is valid, you will see a white P in a green box, and the words ‘Yes, this person has completed this course as follows’. The name of the course participant and the details of the course will be listed below the green box.

However, if the certificate is invalid, you will see a white X in a red box, and the words ‘The information you have entered was invalid. Please check the information you have entered matches the certificate. If you have any questions, please contact Allens Training on 130 559 064’.

Your first aid certificate demonstrates that, at the time of the course, you were able to perform tasks to a national recognised standard. The HLTAID003 Provide First Aid course is the minimum requirement for workplace first aid compliance. It is recommended to update this course every three years, with the CPR component updated annually.

An unverifiable certificate undermines the reliability of the first aider in the community, is illegal, and it is certainly unethical, and compromises safety.  

If your job is to check validity of staff qualifications, using our online certification tool is simple.


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