Our Zoom First aid and Health Care Training courses are running hot.

We’ve moved courses to Face-to-Face Online Training via Zoom so we can continue to meet your training and accreditation needs during the COVID-19 crisis. See Health Care Training courses.

Premium Health is now offering a short “Coronavirus (COVID-19) Workplace Health and Safety” training program. If you would like to learn more about this program delivered by our nurses and paramedics, please contact Gordana Petrevska on 03 9530 7128 or email.

As a health training provider, we are monitoring the situation daily from the Australian Government, Safework Australia, Australian Skills Quality Authority and World Health Organisation. Our Training staff have directives from our business regarding minor training modifications and the continued practice of infection control principles such as good hygiene to protect self and others. We are conducting business as usual as recommended by the Australian Government.

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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


“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


CPR – from $69

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


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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Co-ordinating training for a workplace? Find out more here. Or book your online face-to-face Zoom training or onsite training Australia-wide.



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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?

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