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First Aid and Fire Defibrilator AED Training Course

Defibrilator AED Course

First Aid and Fire's Defibrillation AED Non-Accredited recognises that every year there are approx. 30,000 cases of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) within Australia, with the majority occurring outside a hospital setting.


The average ambulance response time in metro areas is 11 minutes and chances for survival decrease by 10% with each passing minute after SCA, making access to a defibrillator vital. A heart attack and SCA are two different conditions and the only treatment from ventricular fibrillation (the most common form of SCA) is defibrillation.

Course Details

Face to Face:


The face to face training is 2 hours and covers the practical aspects of the course requirements.


Students are required to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the course commencement or will be refused entry.

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