To our all our valued supporters of Corporate First Aid Australia, we announce a positive new direction for 2018. Like all changes, this one will provide adjustments, challenges and new opportunities for growth. From 1 February 2018, Corporate First Aid Australia will be managed under the parent company of the community based not-for-profit organisation ATC Work Smart whose head office is located in Albany, West Australia.
Nobody wants to be treated as just a number. When it comes to Vocational Education and Training, everyone deserves a learning experience that takes their individual needs into consideration.
At multi-award winning, Registered Training Organisation Corporate First Aid Australia, we structure our training delivery, so that you receive the maximum training experience by keeping our classroom numbers to a minimum. Join the other successful CFAA graduates working in industry today and experience the CFAA training difference. Call 1300 177 337 today, and talk with one of our friendly team.
Bethanie Fields Aged Care facility in Eaton has implemented an innovative approach born from conversation during the Dementia Awareness Month 2017 and a recent trip to the Netherlands.
The news isn’t great when it comes to the increasing numbers of Australians who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Reported by the Age Care Guide, the world’s leading drug manufacturer Pfizer has withdrawn their investment into research into Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
We can all agree that the saving a life is a priceless gift and knowing what to do in an emergency situation makes all the difference. Make 2018, the year that you know how to ‘save a life’, it could be your own or a stranger’s, someone you work with or someone you love. Ring Corporate First Aid Australia on 1300 177 337 today.
The year of 2017 brought with it some unexpected changes for the team at Corporate First Aid Australia. We have farewelled one team member, who is pursuing her own business with great success. We welcomed into the CFAA family, three new team members, who have brought a diverse range of skills and vocational education and training experience. The CFAA Team have worked to ensure 31 high-quality trained graduates, are work ready for the local health and community services industry. We have trained 882 people in first aid and another 590 people have chosen CFAA to renew their cardiopulmonary resuscitation skills with us. We are pleased to note, that there are an additional 1472 people who have gained life saving skills in the South West region.
We all know that trends come and go, and some return up-styled for a new modern context. Take the poncho and the Senior First Aid Certificate. At CFAA, we deliver our first aid training in a single day at a convenient central Bunbury location or if you gather six of your work colleagues we’ll come to you. Just ring us on 1300 177 337. We will also provide you with a convenient card to pop into your wallet to remind you when your first aid refresher is due.
The Minister for Aged Care Ken Wyatt released the latest framework saying that it reflects the government’s focus on customer engagement through personalisation of services, for everyone. “This Framework will help the aged care sector identify what it can do to drive cultural and systemic improvements that take into account our diverse population,” he says.
Leading Aged Services Australia’s CEO Sean Rooney welcomes the opportunity to showcase the significant contributions that aged care services, teams and individuals are making in the service of older Australians. The awards will be judged at a state level across a number of categories, with the winners from each state progressing as finalists to the national awards which will be announced at the LASA National Congress in October next year.