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Child Care Industry

NFTI's trainers are all paramedics and occupational first aiders. On top of the standard bandages and slings, we will more importantly teach you how to manage an emergency scene, and recognise early signs and symptoms of sick children.

Our courses and trainers have the skills and knowledge required to deliver the highest quality training in the best possible time frames.

Be assured that this is a nationally recognised and approved first aid qualification as required by ACECQA and includes the required anaphylaxis management training and emergency asthma management training. 

Courses Tailored to your organisational needs

Delivery at your premises:

  • Delivery locations include at the NFTI Training Rooms, On Site or a hired venue locally
  • Options for split delivery of first aid (eg 2 x 3 hours sessions over 2 days)
  • Weekend and after hours scheduling
  • Choice of dates
  • Travel prices apply outside the greater South East Queensland Area

Child Care Industry may be those who work as:

  • Child care centre staff
  • Family day care staff
  • Before and After Hours School Care Staff
  • School Staff
  • Community organisations staff or volunteers
  • Sports and Recreation club staff or volunteers
  • People seeking basic first aid knowledge including babysitters, parents or grandparents

Courses Available relevant to the Child Care Industry

*This unit of competency contributes towards approved first aid, asthma and anaphylaxis training under the Education and Care Services National Law, and the Education and Care Services National Regulations (2011).

The ACECQA requirements

Requirements for a Centre based services – regulation 136 (1)

The approved provider of a centre-bases service must ensure that the following persons are in attendance at any place where children are being educated and care for by the service. Also immediately available in an emergency more...

Requirements for a Premises on School Site – Regulation 136 (2)

If children are being educated and cared for at service premises on the site of a school, suitably qualified staff must be in attendance at the school site and immediately available in an emergency.


Requirements for an Education Childcare first aid family day care – Regulation 136 (3)

Also the approved provider of a family day care service must ensure that each family day care educator and family day care educator assistant engaged by or registered with the service.


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