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First Aid Training
in Johannesburg OR Pretoria
(which includes CPR Training)

First Aid Training is offered at Little Sunshines Au Pair Agency in either Johannesburg OR Pretoria. Below is all the information you need to know in order to decide if you wish to do our First Aid Training.

The First Aid Training and CPR Course is a comprehensive course specifically focusing on babies, toddlers and children. It is the CORRECT training for an Au Pair to have in terms of being able to cope in an emergency situation whilst working for a family.

Our training is known in the industry for being one of the best courses to attend – teachers from various schools in Johannesburg and Pretoria are taught as well as au pairs, tutors, governesses etc. This is due to the way that it is taught, how it is explained and the quality of the material that is provided.

General Information:

  • The first aid course costs R550 in total – you pay this ONCE 
  • It is a ONE DAY first aid training session – you only come ONCE
  • The available dates and times are on the booking form
  • The first aid training takes 5 hours from 09:00 to 14:00

Location of the First Aid Training:

  • First Aid Training in Johannesburg – near Randburg
  • First Aid Training Pretoria – near Lynnwood Ridge

What You Will Receive After the First Aid Training has been completed:

  • You will get a First Aid & CPR certificate – this is valid for 3 years
  • You will get First Aid and CPR Course Material

First Aid Training and CPR Information:

  • It is Accredited by the Department of Labour in South Africa
  • Instructors are registered with the Resus Council of South Africa
  • Instruction falls under the American Heart Association which is recognized by the Health Professions Counsel of South Africa

Click Here to BOOK your place at the First Aid Training!
PRETORIA Booking Form
JOHANNESBURG Booking Form

It is highly recommended that you do a first aid course if you want to be an au pair as MANY families require their au pairs to have a first aid certificate – especially families who have babies and toddlers!