The Fast Lane First Aid Difference
Our business began in 2004, delivering marine training and assessment, and quickly grew to offer incredible service to thousands of happy customers.
We had more room to grow, and worked with our RTO (ABC Licence Training) to offer a new raft of training options – this time for First Aid training.
ABC Licence Training has been integral in providing first aid training courses and certification since 1994.
With our extensive teaching experience, and their nationally recognised training systems, you’ve got a win!
High Quality Training
To ensure we provide a first-class, professional, efficient, and thorough First Aid Training experience, we offer:
- Trainers with many years of experience from a rich variety of backgrounds
- Comprehensive online training, which is easy to understand and complete
- Support and guidance to ensure you can leave being both competent and confident with your first aid skills and knowledge
Our training systems provide a pathway to obtain or renew your qualifications with minimal downtime.
With most of the first aid training being done online, students can work through at their own pace to ensure they are confident and understand the content.
Then on the day of the practical we focus on revision of core competencies and essential information, followed by an opportunity to show off practical lifesaving skills.
You may even have fun and learn something along the way!
Adam has been delivering training and assessment within the marine industry for more than 20 years.
During this time, he’s trained and assessed tens of thousands of students, almost all new to boating and the deep knowledge this requires to be safe and confident out on the water.
As part of his lifelong involvement in boating and outdoor activities, he has accumulated over 30 years of experience as a first-aider.
He brings his special blend of deep subject-matter knowledge, relatable and easy-going personality and attention to detail to the delivery of first aid and related courses.
Adam is a member of the Australian Resuscitation Council, which is one way he ensures his skills are relevant and up to date, to ensure you have the best learning experience.