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Tailored lesson plans

Although the content in Certificate courses are standardised throughout Australia, we know, from years of experience, that there are many variables to a situation.

People who work in Aged Care facilities face specific challenges which can be quite different to those working in Childcare. 

Parents with newborns and children face many potential hazards in the home.

Specific workplaces also have common workplace injuries.

Our group training incorporate these variables to suit our learners needs.


“Practical, meaningful, memorable and a fun day. I now have the confidence to react and help my family and friends”

- Virginia, North Ryde

"I've been updating my CPR and First Aid certificate for 15 years and this was the best one ever. I actually learned new things. Thank you  Tony "

- Andrew, Sutherland

“Great presenter, very knowledgeable and engaging”

- Kylie, Oyster Bay

"A mixed group, including 2 GPs and the trainer kept everyone engaged. His depth of knowledge was evident but explanations clear, concise and memorable. I wish my University lecturers could have done that."

 - Dr Rami, Rockdale

Survivor Training was established in 2003 by principal facilitator Tony Coffey.
Tony is a Registered Paramedic who holds a Diploma of Vocational Education and Training and has been passionate about first aid and emergency training since 1991.

Tony Coffey

Also an active patrolling member with Surf Lifesaving, training and assessing new members he divides his time between Australia and Vietnam with Survival Skills Vietnam, a social enterprise company he co-founded in 2014, bringing First Aid skills and knowledge to the masses through skilled trainers and volunteers, online learning and television and print media.

Survivor Training has expanded and now includes highly experienced professional trainers and facilitators with an aim to deliver skills and, most importantly, the confidence to respond in an emergency.


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