Cardiac First Response

About the course

The purpose of a Cardiac First Responder is to assist in preserving life or minimising the consequences of injury until the arrival of medical aid and emergency services. You will learn how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) safely.

  • This half day CFR course will train you to become competent as a Community Cardiac First Responder. You will carry out your duties possessing the knowledge and a defined set of skills and attitudes.
  • Our experienced instructors are certified and highly skilled within their fields of training.


Half Day


Please contact us using our enquiry form.


On-site at your place of work or business. An alternative venue can be arranged in agreement with Learn How Training.

Instruction Method

Theory, Practical work & DVD plus continuous  assessment throughout the Community Cardiac First Responder (CFR) course.


CFR National Responder Card & Certificate.
Valid for 2 Years.

It is strongly recommended to regularly refresh your CFR Training.

Please be aware of the he expiry date on your card.

Refresher training must be completed every two years.

Course Materials

Training Pack will be provided.

Learner Requirements

Please ensure to wear comfortable footwear and clothing. You will be required to move freely for practical tasks.

Reasonable Accommodation

Should you experience difficulty with any aspect of your CFR Training Course, you are encouraged to speak with your instructor in confidence.

Instructor Quality and Training

The standard of training is kept consistently high for course participants.
Your instructor is monitored through a Recognised Institute (RI) to maintain a consistently high standard.

Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to:


Understand the relevant legislation and know about the Good Samaritan Law.


Call the Emergency Medical Services and communicate effectively.


Ensure your safety, scene safety and bystander before administering CPR/AED.


Have the correct defined skills for successful the administration of good quality CPR and use of an AED.