1SDO Training

Training Courses


1 SDO Training Pty Ltd is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 41558) that delivers nationally recognised training that is fully compliant with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015.

All of our training is delivered by highly skilled and experienced professionals who are dedicated to their field and work with their students to ensure successful outcomes.

Here at 1 SDO we understand that there are specific training needs for each industry and we are committed to providing a tailored solution to suit your training needs.

We believe in building strong client relations by providing quality training that is flexible, dependable and relevant.

 

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News


24 June 2017

As we travel through winter heading towards the end of the financial year, let's look at how we traveled in terms of our training and our lives in general.

1SDO Training has now added 2 more topics to our education list. BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety, and UETTDRRF06B Perform Rescue from a live LV Panel.

Both courses will be added to the course schedule shortly. Please keep an eye out for them on our website www.1sdotraining.com.au.

Should you need to update your first aid certificate, our courses run almost daily, so check us out and book.

15 May 2017

To all the mothers who will read our posts, Happy Mothers Day and thank you for your contribution to our families. 

You are the centre of the family, the chief cook, the psychologist, the bank, the taxi, the referee and the first aider.

“But I don’t know anything about First Aid!” I hear you say, let alone all the other duties that you ably perform.

Kids don’t come with a user’s manual.

Well, let's start with one manual. A manual that will give you skills and practice in all aspects of your life, not just the kids. It's called First Aid, and the good news is that we run these courses regularly. An opportunity to bring yourself up to speed on how to keep your little darlings safe and alive.

We were told of a story recently where at a wedding, the bride and groom were in the middle of exchanging their vows, when unbeknown to them, the groom’s father suffered a medical emergency. Fortunately, 1 of the guests was a medical doctor and he rendered assistance. 

What would you have done? And what was wrong with the casualty?

If "… ummm” or “ OMG” or “I don’t know” are any of your responses, then you need to do a First Aid course.

Book now on www.1sdotraining.com.au or call us on 03 9017 5590.

 

25 April 2017

To all the members of our Defence Force, 1SDO Training Pty Ltd would like to thank you sincerely on this day of rememberence (ANZAC DAY) for your service to our country in protecting our way of life.

Your efforts today and your sacrifices, no matter what they were in the past, are greatly appreciated by us.

Also to the families of our servicemen and women, we say thank you. Your sacrifice is immense. You have to keep the family together when your loved ones are away defending us, and then you have to pick up the pieces when they get home.

We salute and thank you ... Lest We Forget.

 

06 April 2017

As summer subsides and the full face of winter approaches, we need to consider how the cold weather will effect some of our older members of our community. Will they be able to brave the cold and get out on their own, or will they need assistance? Do they have regular contact with the outside world, or do we need to go out of our way to keep an eye on them?

Some people need outside intervention to be able to function. By that I mean that we need to talk to our older members regularly to ensure that all their needs are met.

It does not take much effort to ensure that an elderly family member, or next door neighbour, or friend are safe, well and happy.

If they are not safe, well and/or happy, then we need to take the appropriate action to ensure that we can help them, whether it be that we call the relevant service, or see that they have a regular meal or ensure that they take their appropriate medication. 

You don’t need a certificate to be nice, but you do need the skills to provide CPR if need be.