This company are advertising for trainers to deliver first aid and another example of the different types of career opportunities open to those who possess pre-hospital emergency health care qualifications. Emergency Health Care careers offer so many different vocations, this is why it is such a popular choice for many people.
Although this ad states they require people from backgrounds in fire-fighting, health and paramedics, it pays to complete your paramedical training with either a Cert III in Non-emergency Patient Transport, A Basic Life Support Qualification with the Certificate IV in Health Care, or the more advanced emergency response qualification of the Diploma of Paramedical Science – then go get your qualification in Training and Assessing (TAE).
Becoming a first aid trainer has many benefits and with more and more workplaces being aware of their obligations to the health and safety of their staff, it’s a good time to look into some of these first aid trainer roles.
This job states their trainers are paramedics, nurses or first responding fire fighters, which is highly commendable.
In other words, their trainers have performed CPR on real people!
‘Stitches’ courses are dynamic and interactive with many real life scenarios.
Courses are tailored to meet workplace needs and participants complete the course feeling confident and empowered.
Qualifications for the Sessional First Aid Trainer job:
Must have a Vocational back ground in either
– Career Firefighters
– Acute Nurse
What they offer:
Negotiable hours – up to 20 hours per week.
Rewarding & interesting work, top competitive salary and conditions.
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