First Aid Level 1




NB: First Aid Legislation Change

Government officially announced, on Friday 4 June 2021 that, First Aid Level 1, 2 and 3 cease to exist (see the gazette here).

These have been replaced with First Aid NQF Level 1, 2 and 3 training.  For training providers to offer this training they need to be accredited with a SETA, which means the company also has to have it’s own Quality Management System.

All in all, this change means that the quality of the training and training providers will be better.

Why First Aid NQF Level 1?

iconsBesides the legal requirement to have First Aiders, it’s important to have someone in the workplace that can provide treatment should there be medical emergencies, such as heart attacks, seizures, excessive bleeding, burns etc.

First Aid NQF Level 1 will prepare your staff to properly respond with the correct medical protocols.  First Aid NQF Level 2 & 3 is also offered on request.


Send your contact details for the invoice. For onsite training also send the physical address


Receive invoice and send proof of payment to confirm training.


For onsite training, once PoP is recieved, we can book the facilitator and date.

Benefits of First Aid Training

  • Needed for compliance to the Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Act
  • Employees will have the peace of mind that there’s someone in the office or onsite that can help in an emergency medical situation

Certification: Department of Labour accredited and valid for 3 years

Duration: 1 Day (for larger groups 2 Days may be necessary)

Venue: We offer onsite training for groups. Individuals can attend our public classes in Centurion (contact us for dates)

Pricing: Contact us for your custom price based on the number of participants and location

General Principles

  • Primary Survey
  • First Aiders and the law
  • Emergency scene management
  • Contents of a first aid kit

Medical Emergencies

  • One Rescuer CPR: Adult
  • Choking
  • Shock, unconsciousness and fainting

Injury Emergencies

  • Wounds and Bleeding
  • Fractures
  • Burns
  • Head and Spinal Injuries