Sav-a-Life First Aid training
South Africa - Gauteng and Mpumalanga
Sav-a-Life First Aid training - With 22 years of experience in corporate and industrial First Aid Training we can offer you the best Health and Safety solution. First Aid Level 1 - 3 Courses presented by an experienced trainer and HWSETA Assessor. Safety REP and Firefighting Courses are available. Learn First Aid with your family and friends for only R150 per person.
Speak directly to the instructor for advice on your health and Safety needs.
What Instructor Jobs are most in demand?
There is a demand for health and safety training in the Corporate sectors to uplift and empower staff. With the high crime rate in South-Africa we feel passionate about ensuring that all South-Africans are skilled in first aid training. Therefore, we meet the demand of educating domestic staff, nursery staff, sports club staff and new parents.
How did your learn to be an Instructor?
To become an instructor in Health in Safety you need to complete HWSETA Level 1 - 3 First Aid training as well as an instructor training course presented by a trainer of trainer specialist. Further training through the HWSETA allows for you to qualify as an assessor and moderator.
What instructor evaluation should a person do?
The evaluation for instructors in the Health and Safety sector is stipulated by the HWSETA ethics and standards. It is therefore essential that you choose a trainer of trainer that is well educated in the health and safety sector as well as adequate in instructor training.
Did you attend any instructor training courses?
Yes, I completed the First Aid League of South-Africa First Aid curriculum and instructor training, as well as the HWSETA Assessor and Moderator training courses. Many years of experience in training allows for well informed and interesting training material.
What makes a person a good teacher?
Extended knowledge of and experience in the subject of First Aid and Safety is required to effectively illustrate how to apply First-Aid in various different settings and situations. Further, a real passion for sharing the art of saving a life is so important, as too often we neglect to see the power we have to assist others in need.