About Premium Health
We don’t compromise on quality, that’s why all our trainers are Paramedics or Nurses
Training over 50,000 people from a variety of industries every year
National corporate training provider servicing every State and Territory
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Join a public course, Australia-wide.
Training can be at your workplace, at our public venues or a venue of your choice.
We don’t compromise on our training
Earlier this year I performed CPR on my husband. I could not believe how quickly I remembered the timing and because I felt so confident I did not panic.
– Premium Health First Aid Course Participant
“I have completed a number of courses with Premium Health
and I am always extremely satisfied.”
– Suzanne Richards, Viva Energy Australia (Shell)
The health and safety of all Australians is too important to compromise.
Premium Health conducts scheduled courses at over 30 venues Australia-wide
For corporate onsite bookings at your workplace Australia wide contact us
Frequently Asked Questions
The Unique Student Identifier or USI is a reference number made up of 10 numbers and letters that:
- creates a secure online record of your recognised training and qualifications gained in Australia, even from different training organisations
- will give you access to your training records and transcripts (available in mid 2016)
- can be accessed online, anytime and anywhere
The Student Identifiers Act in 2014 requires that all students enrolled in nationally recognised training provide their Registered Training Organisation (RTO) with their USI. This is applicable to all HLT and VIC units.
Provide First Aid, Asthma and Anaphylaxis are valid for 3 years. It is recommended by the ARC that Provide CPR is updated annually
Premium Health offers public first aid training in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia. See here.
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