First Aid Level 1

This level will enable a student to be able to respond to an emergency situation, prevent worsening of condition and be provided with the basic knowledge of diagnose and treatment. The contains of this level are as follows: Basic anatomy and physiology, Principles of first aid, The law, Emergency scene management, Primary and Secondary survey, CPR and chocking, Cardiovascular diseases, Shock, Unconsciousness, Injuries and wound and Bleeding, Fractures, Burns, lastly Head and spinal injuries.

First Aid Level 2

This is an Advanced level of First aid level 1 and it has more contains which are as follows: Chest and eye injuries, Joint injuries and joint carries, one and two rescuer CPR, Multiple injury management, Child Infant resuscitation, Environmental illness, Poisoning and  bites and stings, and many more.

First Aid Level 3

Level 3 is an advanced level 2 and it includes the Following: Specific fractures and threatened limps, Crush injuries, Ethics to emergency care, Breathlessness and skin reactions, Emergency child birth, and lastly Water accidents.

Fire Fighting

this is a level that equips the employee with basic knowledge in prevention and extinguishing uncontrolled fire as well as complies with the occupational health and safety act and it is compulsory for all fire fighters. This contains the following: Introduction, Workplace hazards, Fire classifications, Extinguishing a fire, Type of extinguishing agents/ equipment, fire spread, Fire hazard triangle, Fire safety, Symbolic signs, Fire prevention.

Scaffolding Training

One has to comply with the requirements of the Construction Regulations and the Occupational health and safety Act (OHS act)

Health And Safety Training

Committee compulsory training, this contains the following: Safety and health and environment and quality, Accident and incident investigation, Hazard identification and risk assessment.


Train employee on how to handle chemicals safely and apply the required safety standards. This contains the following: Legislation, Terminology, Hazchem of chemicals, classes of chemicals, Safe handling of chemicals, PPE and PPC, Material safety data sheets, Written safe work procedures.

HIV/AIDS awareness

It is a course recommend because of the many myths regarding HIV/AIDS

Risk assessments

Risk management is the process of well defined steps which when taken in sequence, support better decision making by controlling to a greater insight into risk and their impacts. It is as much about identifying opportunities as it is avoiding losses.