Bring First Aid
theory to life

In a ‘nutshell’, the best First Aid videos in Australia. Available through monthly licensing packages or in a complete e-learning package for HLTAID001, 002, 003 & 004.

Pricing

Custom Student Portal

Present students with your branding and colours, all within our responsive e-Learning interface.

portal demo
Coba app demo

Webcam

Available for compliance.

Certificate

Electronic.

Compliance

Continually improving.
Meet compliance.

eLearning Platforms

Online learning is quickly replacing the role of textbooks in the classroom and in the flipped classroom model, is filling the role of ‘at home video lectures’ with an added benefit of assessment that meets the knowledge component for First Aid. The two eLearning platforms we use are Ammonite‘s LMS & SCORM.

SCORM

This package plugs into any Learning Management System (LMS). All good Student Management System’s (SMS) have a built in LMS. Student will complete the assessment and are presented with a theory completion certificate at the end. This will also mark your students as having completed the knowledge component in your SMS.

AMMONITE LMS

This online learning package is the best on the market. Including: compliance mapping, continuous improvement reports, student and trainer portal, webcam verification, theory certificate with QR code, student struggle indicator & a ‘cheat proof’ assessment.

SMS info

Video Licensing

License video resources for a one off fee per video or in a get them all for a monthly fee that includes updates. We have 51x videos covering all topics for HLTAID001, 002, 003 & 004 knowledge components. The one off licence fee for individual videos start at $550.

For pricing packages… click here.

Our
clients

Mike Sheppard

Inscope Training - Director

"The videos are fantastic and the course is extremely thorough."

Motti Blum

Real Response - Co Founder / CEO

"We're getting lots of really great feedback. The trainers have also noticed that students are coming in to the courses with far more knowledge than they used to."