Nationally Recognised Training

The word is out – First Aid Training can be fun! Rhythm First Aid has developed engaging courses, tailored to the needs of your business, school, or corporate organisation. We can assist across various sectors, including (but not limited to) manufacturing, agriculture, logistics, construction, health, sporting clubs, childcare and more.


We provide onsite training that is evidence-based, providing the most up to date knowledge and skills. 

During the pandemic, we understand clients’ needs have shifted, and can offer additional training methods, including blended learning, and online learning with a short face-to-face assessment.

Rhythm First aid delivers training and assessment in partnership with Allens Training (RTO #90909).


Training is contextalised to your people and organisation, to ensure compliance, safety and maximum results. We can also provide guidance on how to comply with your workplace obligations under Victoria’s occupational health and safety legislation.


HLTAID009 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

HLTAID010 - Provide basic emergency life support

HLTAID011 - Provide First Aid

HLTAID012 - Provide First Aid in an education and care setting

HLTAID014 - Provide Advanced First Aid

HLTAID015 - Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen therapy

22300VIC Course in First Aid Management of Anaphylaxis

22556VIC Course in the Management of Asthma Risks and Emergencies in the Workplace

Course Set - HLTAID011 & HLTAID015

Course Set - HLTAID014 & HLTAID015

Course Set - HLTAID009 (CPR), 22556VIC (Asthma) & 22578VIC (Anaphylaxis)

Course Set - First Aid (HLTAID011), Asthma (22556VIC) & Anaphylaxis (22578VIC)

Course Set - 22556VIC (Asthma) & 22578VIC (Anaphylaxis)

For more information on course content, delivery and requirements click here. 

Rhythm First Aid offers a range of delivery methods designed to offer flexibility, while meeting the needs of the different learners we work with. Each delivery method has elements that will appeal to different student groups. Training methods  include full face to face learning, blended learning as well as online learning with a short face to face assessment. 

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Training methods


For this delivery method, students complete some online learning before attending a face to face training and assessment session.

No formal assessment is conducted online, however, there is a short online quiz which is intended to assist with knowledge prior to attending the face to face training and assessment session. All topics are covered in the face to face session, along with all assessment elements (practical and theory).

This delivery method is the most popular as it suits all learner types and strikes a balance between course duration and classroom-based learning.


This delivery method involves all elements of the training and assessment being delivered in the face to face setting.

This delivery method involves all elements of the training and assessment being delivered in the face to face setting.

This is the longest duration of training and offers students the maximum opportunity to interact with the trainer delivering the information.


To qualify for this delivery method, students need to have previously attained a certificate in the course being delivered, which is still current, or less than 3 months after renewal date.

This delivery method involves the same face to face component as the blended training described above, however, due to existing skills and knowledge, it does not require the students to complete the pre-course work. Refresher training can be combined with blended training, so those who do not have the existing qualifications and those suitable for refresher training can attend the same face to face session.

Online Learning 

This delivery method is ideally suited to students who have previously undertaken the same course, or a very similar course (i.e. returning students), and who are confident in computer use and learning online.

The online knowledge and theory assessment is delivered through our unique online learning system (Training Desk).

It is essential that course participants have access to the required resources, which include a reliable computer and internet access, as the learning part of the course and the theory component of the assessment is undertaken online prior to the face to face practical assessment session.

During the face to face practical assessment students are assessed in the required skills of the course.

There is a small amount of time allocated to clarify information, however, overall students should arrive prepared to perform the skills. If during this session the student is unable to successfully perform some of the tasks, they will be provided the opportunity to be re-assessed at another time. Students who need to be re-assessed will be given clear feedback from the trainer on what tasks need to be re-assessed.

All of our Nationally Recognised Training units are able to be completed via this online training method.