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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

Organisations such as Bunnings, Healthcare Imaging and Sydney Water trust us with their first aid, mental health and health care training

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“I have completed a number of courses with Premium Health
and I am always extremely satisfied.”

– Suzanne Richards, Viva Energy Australia (Shell)

Our First Aid Courses

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CPR – from $69

HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Get the knowledge and skills to deliver CPR to an unconcious non-breathing person.

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First Aid – From $149

HLTAID003 Provide first aid including CPR, and coordinating first aid until the arrival of medical assistance.

Health Care Training

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Public Courses from $69

Co-ordinating training for a workplace? Find out more here
Or book your on-site training Australia-wide

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‘Mental Health vs. Mental Illness: What are you dealing with?

Over the past few years, we’ve welcomed a greater willingness to engage in conversations around mental health in the workplace. And not a moment too soon, with around 450 million reported cases of mental health issues existing across the globe, making it one of the world’s most prevalent health concerns.

Does addressing mental health issues at work risk opening Pandora’s Box

Despite the global growth of workplace wellness trends, many businesses are still hesitant to discuss mental health in the workplace. One key reason is that they’re scared of opening a Pandora’s Box of mental health claims. But is “malingering” – the act of faking a mental health issue – really a problem in the wake of wellness discussions at work?

James Packer’s resignation a catalyst for mental health awareness

Mental health doesn’t discriminate. We often assume that those at the top of their game are safe, but every person – no matter their relative circumstances – is at risk. In fact, recent research notes that 45% of all Australians (aged 18-45) will be affected by mental health issues at some point in their lives. And with 450 million reported cases of mental health issues worldwide, it remains one of our society’s most prevalent health concerns.

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