At Red Cross, your safety and the safety of our trainers is important to us. That’s why we have carefully planned how we can deliver our training courses safely.
Additionally, we adhere to State and Territory Health Authority Regulations that are in effect at the time of the course. Please review the restrictions below relevant to your state:
The health and wellbeing of trainers, students and the broader community is the key priority for Australian Red Cross. Everyone attending training is encouraged to wear a face mask when attending our training, and to use available sanitisation products to ensure a safe training environment for all.
If you have flu-like symptoms
Please do not attend classroom training if you are sick, experiencing any flu-like symptoms
If you are waiting for results of a COVID-19 test
Please do not attend classroom training until you have your results and they are negative. Red Cross will waive transfer fees for any student who needs to reschedule on this basis.
How to rebook a course
To rebook a course simply call 1800 733 276 or email email@example.com.
Changes to classroom and assessment practices
From 01 September 2022, all in-person First Aid training will re-commence assessments which require a demonstration of key first aid skills on a specialised mannequin and/or another attendee. More information »
QLD and NSW Floods
Recent floods in Australia have impacted the availability of 'in-person' first aid training in QLD and NSW. If you have already enrolled, please check your email for further information.
If you are considering enrolling in QLD, please be aware that 'in-person' training courses may be cancelled or rescheduled.
If you need further information, please contact us on 1800 733 276 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Cross First Aid and Mental Health training is a nationally registered training organisation. Australian Red Cross Society RTOID 3605