First Aid Courses

nrt-logo.JPGnrt-logo.JPGPlease note – after 21 years training H2O Pro will cease offering Pool Lifeguard, First Aid and CPR courses as from 28th February 2019.

We thank all our customers for their support over the years.

As a leading provider of Lifeguard training H2Pro also has the knowledge and experience to deliver quality First Aid training courses. Our First Aid courses are used extensively by leisure centre staff as well as general industry and local councils.

Our general First Aid courses consist of the Level II /Senior First Aid course (Provide First Aid – HLTAID003) but we can also offer advanced training in Oxygen Resuscitation Equipment and the use of Defibrillators. These advanced First Aid courses are only available for group bookings and the training is tailored to the clients specific equipment.

The Level II (or Senior) First Aid course has no pre-requisites, but candidates must be over the age of 14 years. The cost of the course is $200.00 or for those who have previously done the course and need to Refresh their qualification, the cost is $130.00.

The Level II First Aid qualification is current for a period of 3 years from the date it is assessed. A shortened “Refresher Course” is available for people who have previously completed the course and simply need to “Update” their qualification.

As well as our public courses we also cater for workplaces wishing to organise an in house course for their staff. We can undertake training at your workplace for groups as small as 4 candidates.

  To Enrol in the course, please review the Course Information and Code of Practice, then print and complete the application and forward it to H2Pro together with the course fee.


Please ensure you have read the “First Aid Course Information” and the “H2O Pro Code of Practice” prior to completing your application form

(This is a fillable PDF form. To complete the form you will require Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don’t have this program then please use the alternate Application Form (below). Use of the incorrect form may result in your application being rejected due to insufficient or incorrect information being supplied.)  



Unique Student Identifier (USI)

From 1st January 2015 any person undertaking Nationally recognised Training will require a Unique Student Identifier. Further details of the USI and how to obtain one can be found on the FAQ page of this website. Please ensure you have a USI included on your application at the time of enrolling into your course or there may be delays in processing your application.