INFANT + CHILD FIRST AID COURSES
Feel empowered and capable to navigate childhood illnesses, injuries, and all the curveballs that are thrown your way as a carer of little ones!
Whether you’re a parent, grandparent, or caregiver, we can help dispel myths, increase confidence and equip you with the knowledge to save a child’s life.
In Rhythm First Aid’s 3.5-hour Infant + Child First Aid Course, you will learn important life-saving skills such as CPR and choking first-aid, alongside a range of other emergency situations, such as fever, seizures, anaphylaxis, asthma, burns, bites, drowning, and more.
All information delivered is the most up to date, evidence-based content in its field. Our courses are taught by current, experienced health professionals with an abundance of empathy. Rhythm’s educators are highly experienced in infection control and hand-hygiene; ever more crucial in the world we live in today.
Our relaxed, fun and engaging training can be provided in the comfort of your home, or you can join a public course. We also facilitate these courses for community groups, organisations and workplaces.
Participants will have the opportunity to practice these skills on our manikins that provide audio and visual feedback. In addition to this, you will also take home a folder filled with resources, so you can refresh your memory as required.
You'll receive a certificate of completion but please note that this course is not a nationally recognised course.
Hold an Infant + Child First Aid Course in the comfort of your own home or a venue of your choice.
Rally up the troops (minimum 10 to be exact), provide a space and a powerpoint and we will do everything else.
Great for friends and families and mothers groups.
Contact us here to organise a course.
Join a Rhythm First Aid Infant + Child First Aid Course.
These courses are held at co-working spaces, community centres, town halls throughout Victoria.
We host public courses in
Melbourne, Geelong, Bendigo, Ballarat and Warrnambool .
Check out our upcoming public courses here.