100% New Zealand owned and delivering quality enjoyable first aid courses to meet your needs and busy schedules. Workplace First Aid Training Ltd is a New Zealand Qualifications Authority Registered Private Training Establishment (PTE) under the provisions of the Education Act 1989 and its subsequent amendments.
Qualifications gained are nationally recognised and training can be provided at your site or ours.
Best of all, affordable prices, modern training equipment, relevant and professional instruction. Once you train with us you will never use another first aid provider again.
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All Workplace First Aid Training employees have been vetted with a background criminal record check.
To provide quality affordable and enjoyable First Aid courses that give people skills, knowledge and confidence when providing First Aid in a supportive training environment, ensuring the best possible outcome for the participant.
Exceeding client expectations, consistent quality, learner focused, excellence at every level, honesty, integrity and relevancy.
Paul Hudson is the chairman of Workplace First aid Training and a member of ACA New Zealand Society of Accountants. Paul’s experience over the years include:
Previous Business and Community responsibilities:
I have been working for the University of Otago at the School of Physiotherapy since 2007. In that time I have been involved in teaching on multiple papers for both undergraduate and post-graduate students and have been involved in various multi-disciplinary teams. The duties required include clinical supervision in physiotherapy clinics, organising and teaching labs, taking lectures, and contributing to organisational meetings for various papers. In addition I am one of the service providers for the Otago University High Performance Rowing Centre, and work as an occupational physiotherapist. A significant part of my job is educating people, be they students, rowers, patients, or workers who are having trouble at work.
Tyler is an experienced CFO and Accounting Partner with a demonstrated track record improving or maintaining high performance Finance and IT functions. He is skilled at building and leading teams, developing sustainable processes, and installing systems to optimise business performance and reporting. Coupled with a history of intensive automation or eradication of low value tasks to enable lean and efficient finance processing.
Tyler has a true focus on delivering stakeholder information in significantly faster than average time frames, using optimal technology to ensure all finance functions are maximising its value to a business. Multiple installations of the day 1 month-end reporting methodology, and extensive experience in the creation of live financial & non-financial reporting using PowerBI and other reporting intelligence tools.
Tyler has a relentless continuous improvement mindset and work ethic, with an ability to redesign and analyse processes across multiple parts of the businesses.
I have worked in the Private Training Establishment (PTE) sector since 1997. I initially worked as a tutor and later education manager under the umbrella of Adventure education in the areas of scuba instruction, first aid and retail education. I subsequently worked and training manager and later general manager for a site under the umbrella of Academy of diving Trust. I was asked to join the Board of Trustees for the Academy of diving Trust and assisted in governance in that capacity for two year. I am currently college Manager of Community College Dunedin. Our PTE delivers education for TEC, MSD, and MOE in the areas of hospitality, outdoor, foundation learning, employment skills, life skills and rest home care. I am also a member of the governance group for Community College NZ Ltd. Throughout this time I have developed strong links in the education sector in a wide variety of areas and in particular with other PTEs, ITOs and NZQA.
I am a passionate and highly motivated Leader with a focus on building a winning culture, sharing best practice, leading change and delivering outstanding results. I have enjoyed success in a variety of roles within Spark NZ and have 19 years of ICT industry experience working and managing teams across multiple segments – Consumer, SME Business, Corporate and Enterprise. My ability to build effective relationships both internally & externally, passion for people, high personal standards, drive and competitive nature has enabled me to become a leader in my field. I’m also Sparks Regional Manger overseeing all franchises in New Zealand.
I am an experienced industry expert, with strong track records, freethinking styles and the diversity of skills needed to help medium and large organisations achieve their strategic goals leveraging a solid IT strategy. I also joined the board of Anglican Family Care in December 2014 with the desire to give back to our community. I’m currently the Chief Information Officer at Well South and has over twenty years of experience in information technology. I’m particularly interested in strategy development and look forward to working with other Board members to build long-term sustainability as well as increased collaborations and partnerships with other organisations.
Hi, I’m Nigel. I have an extensive I.T. background and pretty much if you can think of it, I can build it. When I’m not working on Workplace First Aid Training’s database and I.T. systems you can find me on a mountain bike or spending time with my family.