This nationally recognised course is for individuals working in the disability sector as Disability Support Workers (DSW’s) who wish to develop skills in supporting people to self-administer medication and completion of medication documentation. The skills in this unit must be…More Information
HLTWHS005 and HLTAID001
Developed for health care professionals and nursing students, this nationally recognised one-day Manual Handling and Provide CPR course is suitable for anyone who has not completed either of these courses before or certificates have expired. Course Overview Manual Handling Course…More Information
Medication Training-Non Accredited
Delivered by our experienced Nursing team, our Non Accredited Medication training course has been specifically developed for carers and support workers, who are required to administer medications from dosage aids, such as Webster packs. Upon successfully completion of the course…More Information
HLTWHS005 – Manual Handling Training for Nurses Focusing on Manual Handling in the Health Care and Nursing environment, this course is concerned with the workers’ ability to carry out their work in a safe manner within a prescribed range of…More Information
I completed my First Aid Course in 2018 with Jodie and have just completed my CPR Refresher with Nicole today. Both ladies are exceptional trainers. They are very informative and make the training far more interesting than any other First Aid Course I have ever done. Thank you to the both of you, I have the confidence and knowledge of what to do if a situation ever arises. I will definitely be returning for any further training needed and will 100% be recommending you both and RTS Training.
I've been going on First Aid training for 15 years. Nicole at RTS made this the best First Aid training course I have been on. When someone can present and provide humour you learn much more and it also makes the day pass more quickly. Thank you Nicole, I walked into the course down, stressed and wanting to get the day over as quickly as possible but your quick dry dead pan wit improved my whole day.
The instructor should pay attention to her wordings. The students who are originally from other countries were feeling offensive as below examplesInstructor pointed to a dark skin student and laughed about his skin colour “nobody would know you are sick because you are dark and you don’t turn blue “Also asked another student "did your strong accent interrupt the effective communication in your workplace"
My 5th time doing cpr and first aid and still managed to learn new things. Knowledgeable instructor (Caity), relaxed environment, happy with the training.
So much enjoyed the class with Nicole. She was so much informative and fun. Highly recommend it.