HLTAID009 Provide CPR - Same Day Certificate (valid 1 yr)
1.5 hrs Face to Face + eLearning - Nationally Accredited
Course fee: $45
(May vary with daily deals)
Delivery method: Online self-paced learning + Short face-to-face Assessment workshop
Course duration: 1.5 hours face to face + online learning and pre-reading
(Time required for the online self paced content varies, but allow around half a day)
Core units of competency:
The course includes the following units of competency.
Entry requirements: Minimum age 14 years. Basic numeracy and English literacy are required. Students must be physically capable of kneeling next to a training manikin and administering chest compressions and recovery breaths for at least two minutes.
Registration: For the face-to-face training, please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the course commencement time.
At First Aid Course Experts, our training is officially recognised in all states and territories of Australia. We’re a fully certified Australian RTO and recognised CRICOS trainer, and our qualifications are accepted in almost all professional contexts where training in First Aid is required.
We have a wide variety of training venues available throughout Australia, including locations in all major cities and a range of major regional centres. So whether you’re in Perth, Sydney, Mt Gambier or Cairns, professional training isn’t far away. For more details, check out our location pages or our course calendar.
If you have a group that needs first aid training, but getting out of the office is tricky, talk to us about on-site First Aid training. We can come to your location to train your staff team or community group, with all equipment and resources provided on location.
With First Aid Course Experts, you can book your course confidently, knowing that our courses are fully in line with all Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines. We’re a recognised RTO in Australia (RTO #45654 | CRICOS #03884A), and we’re committed to providing workers and the general public with training that’s both professional and affordable.
The cost for the full HLTAID009 training, including all the resources and equipment you’ll need, is only $45. This also includes your certificate (provided as a digital PDF file) and access to our online learning portal. We also have daily deals that can make the cost even cheaper. And we’re so committed to offering you the best price for training that we’ll beat any lower price by 10%.
It will. First Aid Course Experts offers discounts for group and corporate bookings – which means the overall cost per head will be cheaper. We can also do on-site training for a group, and we can tailor the course content specifically to suit your workplace or industry. There are a lot of benefits to a group booking.
HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation training (CPR) is valid for 12 months from the date you completed your course – that’s according to the recommendations of the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC).
Your nationally accredited statement of attainment will be emailed to you as a digital PDF file within 24 hours of the course ending (generally on the same day). This will also be available for download from your online student portal at any time. This gives you the freedom to print your certificate when a physical copy is needed, but you can also store it digitally and easily email it to current or prospective employers.
Yes. USI numbers have been mandatory for any sort of formal accredited training in Australia since 2015. If you’ve studied since then, you should already have one – you just need to provide it to First Aid Course Experts with your other enrollment information. If you don’t have one, there’s no need to worry – they cost nothing to get and only take a few minutes to apply for. Just head to the USI website to get started – https://www.usi.gov.au/students/get-a-usi.
HLTAID001 is the older, now outdated version of HLTAID009. The HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation training module is defined by the National Register on Vocational Education and Training. Over the years, there have been several different versions of the course, including HLTAID001, HLTCPR211A, HLTCPR201B, and HLTCPR201A. If you’re working in a role and are told you need to have any of those older certificates, HLTAID009 is the most current version of that training and should be accepted in its place.
Yes, our training courses are compliant with and endorsed by many of the peak bodies in the industry – including the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC), Safe Work Australia, the National Asthma Council, the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA), and the Epilepsy Foundation.
We work hard to ensure the safety and welfare of our students, and one part of that is to make sure we follow the current government guidelines around Covid safety – including social distancing, PPE (including masks) and sign-ins. Please respect your trainer’s instructions on these issues, or you may be asked to leave the training session.
For reference, we run training in a number of venues that require full covid-19 vaccination to be admitted on site. This is not a requirement set by First Aid Course Experts, but rather a requirement of the venue itself – often in response to government covid regulations that apply to the venue. If this is an area of concern for you, it’s a really good idea to log onto the venue’s website ahead of time to check what restrictions apply.
Our course calendar has a wide variety of dates and times available for training, including a number of weekend sessions – for those who are unavailable during standard working hours. You’re free to book the session that best suits your schedule.
No. Whether it’s online or face-to-face, you’re getting the same level of training, and the certificate you receive at the end is identical. The format of your course is purely a matter of personal choice – it doesn’t affect the level of certification you receive.
Throughout this course you will be assessed on your understanding of:
(Knowledge / theory)
You’ll also learn to provide effective first aid to:
You will also be assessed on your ability to: