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Do you want to deliver your own training in-house?

Lets turn your business into a community resource

Do you want to deliver your own training in-house if so then why become a Medic First Aid Training Centre?

Organisations who routinely pay others to provide workplace first aid training can reduce their training budget dramatically by becoming a Medic First Aid training centre. 

By becoming a training centre you may also be approved to market first aid to the wider community creating an additional means of  income for your business.  What was once an expense can quickly become revenue!


Steps to becoming a training centre: 06DC1376_042811_M1.jpg

Step one: Identify a suitable staff member capable of delivering adult education preferably someone who has been active in workplace first aid within the past three years.  For example a member of an emergency response team, lifeguard, outdoor adventure groups trained in pre hospital care, occupational health nurse or other health professional. 

Step two Provide us with an outline of your business and a some background on the staff members you wish to train as first aid facilitators. Send this information to training@medicfirstaid.co.nz

Step three: We will review your application and advise you what you would need to do in order to qualify as a Medic First Aid training centre along with any training you would need to attend and associated costs.


Approved Training Centres:

Successful organisations who have their application to become a Medic First Aid Training Centre approved will be able to offer our programs internally and externally within the scope of their own abilities to help meet their employer responsibilities under the Health & Safety Act. Please note NZQA qualifications are not available for delivery under any centre approval.

Don't wait apply today and join the established network Medic First Aid Facilitators delivering our programs.

 Contact Us for more information today