The journey to delivering accessible first aid for all.
Actions for Survival was launched in 2004. It’s owners coming from the emergency and healthcare industries. The company quickly established itself and developed a reputation for delivering quality, fun, and innovative courses.
Actions for Survival is also known for being a leader in working towards ensuring that standards and compliance are not only adhered to but actively are engaged in working towards the raising of standards in the first aid industry.
Quality, compliant training designed to be accessible to everybody
We believe that the skills to save a life is something everybody should know about. These skills are important but having the confidence to use them in a medical emergency is a focal point of our training.
It is also important that someone can undertake a course, confident that what they will learn is consistent with the standards adopted by New Zealand. Actions for Survival is committed to following these standards and delivering a course that meets the needs of our learners and their communities.
A community project
In 2011 Actions for Survival began work on an idea which would allow us to make first aid training accessible to all members of the community. From this idea was born First Aid for All a community-based project that allows people to learn for free and if they choose to obtain a recognised first aid qualification.,,We are all about helping you to gain the knowledge needed to manage a medical emergency wherever you may be at home, at work, tramping, playing a sport or just out for a quiet evening when something life-threatening happens.,,We know training can be expensive and time-consuming. Our project is designed to counter both these hurdles.,,Having not only the knowledge but also the confidence to manage a medical emergency can be life-changing not only for your family but also for a complete stranger who may be the recipient of your care.,,Our project is designed to help make New Zealand a safer place goals that shouldn’t be difficult or frustrating. We want to enable you to learn simple skills that may one day save a life.,
Actions speak louder than words.