Be prepared to save a life in Canberra
Real Response offers First Aid and CPR courses taught by experienced professionals in Canberra. Our courses provide hands-on training that prepares participants to handle emergencies and provide life-saving care with confidence. Enroll now to gain the skills you need to respond effectively in an emergency.
Find a course for you in Canberra
- Blamey Pl (1 min walk)
- Campbell Primary School (Dirt Carpark) off Chauvel St (3 min walk)
Upcoming courses in Canberra
Real Response is a trusted provider of emergency response training and services in Canberra and the surrounding areas. Our public courses are held at Duntroon Scout Hall in Campbell, and we offer private training for individuals and organizations throughout the ACT.
We offer Onsite Private Group training, Public Courses, XR Development, Emergency Simulations and Drills, and First Aid Equipment and Supplies. Our expert trainers are experienced professionals who are passionate about sharing their knowledge and skills with others.
Contact us to learn more about how we can help you be better prepared for emergencies.
Most popular courses in Canberra
Online First Aid
Learn essential life-saving skills from the comfort of your own home with our online first aid and CPR courses.
Our nationally accredited courses are delivered in real-time via Zoom by qualified trainers. Enroll now and gain the confidence and knowledge to save lives.
No, we do not currently have an office in Canberra. However, we have a team of permanent trainers available in the ACT who can provide emergency response training services. We also offer public courses from the Duntroon Campbell Scout Hall, providing a convenient and accessible location for individuals and organisations in the area to receive high-quality training.
We currently only offer Provide First Aid and Provide CPR as a public course in Canberra. We can offer a wide range of other courses as a Private Group Course.
Traditional first aid training generally involves sitting in a classroom all day and listening to someone talk from a power point presentation. First aid simulation based training is far more active, practical and relevant. Courses revolve around a number of tailored, highly realistic simulations of medical emergencies. These realistic scenarios are created using a whole range of props like fake blood, fake wounds, smoke, sound effects etc. The participants are immersed in these first aid simulations and forced to deal with the situation as they would if it were real.