Is this course best for me?

If you are working in the Childcare and/or education industry then HLTAID004 Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting is the course for you; this covers the necessary modules of Asthma & Anaphylaxis required for your qualification

The certificate is valid for 3 years with CPR recommended for renewal every 12 months

 I want to attend this course what do I need to do?

Once you register for this course; you will receive an invite to enroll onto the course and complete some online pre-course material; we recommend you watch the series of videos with the questions at the end of each section.

Upon completion of this you can choose to print off the certificate; however we will receive a notification that you have completed your registration

If you haven’t completed your pre-course material several reminders will be sent out by re-inviting you to enroll; in addition you will receive an SMS advising you that you are still yet to complete this process approximately 72 hrs. prior to the course date

 Are the any assessments?

Yes.  Throughout the day you will undertake mostly practical activities with a variety of assessments throughout the day.  Per the training package you MUST be able to perform at least 2 minutes of uninterrupted CPR on an adult and child on the floor and baby placed on a firm surface.  Please carefully consider this when making your booking.

 Do I receive a certificate?

Participants who successfully complete the course will be awarded a statement of attainment which includes the following:

HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

HLTAID002 – Provide Basic Emergency Life Support

HLTAID003 – Provide First Aid

HLTAID004 – Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care Setting

This certificate will be sent to you electronically generally within one business day of sitting the course

 How long is the certificate valid for?

The provide emergency first aid response in an education and care setting is valid for 3 years, and the CPR component of the certificate is recommended to be renewed every 12 months

 I want more information:

We are happy to provide more information on this particular course and for all courses offered through our partnered RTO Allens Training –

I don’t have a USI number what is this? And what do I need to do?

As of 1st of January 2016 the Government brought in legislation stating that anyone who undertook accredited training will be required to enter a USI number that matches their identity.

A USI number stands for Unique Student Identification number; and it’s a combination of 10 alpha/numeric digits.  You will only be required to do the registration once so it’s advisable to keep the number handy perhaps print it out and stick on the back of your Medicare card.

Having a USI works in your favour as it doesn’t allow for non-accredited training to be registered against this number and somewhere down the track it may form part of an electronic resume where a potential employer may be able to look at what courses you have attended and what’s current and what’s expired

To get a USI you can either follow the prompts that are asked of you as you enroll onto your booked course or you can register by going to; you will be required to ensure your identity matches your form of ID such as your driver’s license or Medicare card.

If you have changed your name since you registered; please click on the following link and follow the prompts

If you have already registered for a USI but can’t remember it please click on the following link and again follow the prompts asked of you