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Corporate Training

Our training methodologies have been designed to ensure consistent and high-quality training.

Seriously Professional

Our trainers are paramedics and professional first aiders, they will teach staff not only bandages and slings but also how to manage emergencies and manage the scene. NFTI complies with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines ensuring that the information provided is correct, accurate and up to date. Our course content is heavily researched and based on reputable and up to date sources. 

Seriously Convenient

For corporate customer's we offer flexibility with training dates and times and location. Let us know your preferences and we will do everything we can to fit in with your schedule. 
We make the booking process as easy as possible and will help you wherever possible to reduce time and administration costs with your booking. 
 

Seriously Relevant

We continue to demonstrate our flexibility with corporate clients in adjusting our course content to their specific requirements, providing our students to not only be first aiders but to how them how to manage a first aid emergency. First Aid is a serious subject, however, with courses relevant to your industry and a fun element incorporated we get our students laughing and this, in turn, gets them listening. 

Seriously Local

NFTI has always been a family owned business, where our extended NFTI family and the families of our team come first. Our original owners Geoff and Louise Bryant dedicated their time to providing the best in first aid training on the Sunshine Coast. In recent years, they have retired and sold their family business to their son AJ, who continues that dedication for high-quality training throughout Queensland and Australia.

Seriously Sustainable

We are proud of our commitment to environmentally sound practices and to constantly improving the sustainability aspects of NFTI’s business. Over the last few years, we have implemented a number of initiatives to reduce and minimise our impact on the environment, including:

  • Moving from paper – based to electronically stored and delivered documents;
  • Reducing our usage of electricity and other consumables

Seriously Fun


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