Welcome To Hot Response First Aid Training & Consultancy. We Offer Specialist First Aid Training For Your Business Or Home, All Provided By Current Highly Skilled Qualified Ambulance Paramedics. Based In Albury, NSW We Deliver Engaging Sessions And Provide Life Saving Skills And Nationally Recognised Training In Physical And Mental Health First Aid. We Can Also Visit Your Company Or Business Throughout North East Victoria, Murrumbidgee And The Riverina, To Provide A Consultancy Service In Order For You To Meet Legislative Requirements In First Aid Training, And Equipment Needs. We Can Come To Your Business Or Home To Conduct Training, Or A Suitable Location Can Be Provided With Group Training. A Package Can Be Tailored To Suit Your Needs. Our Physical First Aid Training Is Delivered In Partnership With Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909.


Myself and a group of co-workers completed first aid with John from hot response first aid training on the weekend and it was great. Not only was he able to do it at such short notice but the content, knowledge and experience was just perfect. Thank you again John and the hot response team I will definitely be calling again in the future

Excellent delivery of important Mental Health First Aid training. John’s experience provides essential grounding and practical experience for the many heavy scenarios that can make mental health first aid learning a challenge. I highly recommend John and Hot Response for all your first aid training, especially for workplaces in regional areas.

I completed my first aid refresher with Hot Response First Aid Training, and John made the training very relevant to my profession and had lots of time to answer our questions. The team are amazing presenters and very experienced, will be recommending to others

When to Actually Call An Ambulance.

Each call to 000 for an ambulance costs money. A survey of 1500 Australians, commissioned by, revealed 25 per cent of respondents worryingly believed ambulance rides were free for “all emergencies, across all states”. Consider the cost of those...
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Avoiding Medication Problems

1. Be actively involved in understanding health conditions and prescribed medications: Talk with the healthcare providers Ask questions Read trustworthy, reputable online sites Join health support groups It is important that everyone involved in the care of an...
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8 common misconceptions about CPR & cardiac arrest

Learn more about the common misconceptions about cardiac arrest and CPR from Hot Response First Aid Training in Albury Wodonga blog.

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Know the dangers of button batteries!

Know the dangers of button batteries – and what a swallowed battery could do to your child’s inside's. Button batteries burn. The damage is noticeable within just 30 minutes and if the child does not receive immediate medical help, they may die. Often, the first...
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Triple Zero kids challenge app

Triple Zero kids challenge is a free app available for Apple, Android and Windows. Children engage in scenarios teaching them how to handle different emergencies.There are 9 different safety scenarios to explore, including simulated 000 calls.   The game looks at...
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The Importance of a Smartphone Medical information ID

Ever wondered how the emergency services could contact a friend or relative if you were found unconscious with only your Smartphone for identification? Medical ID or ICE stands for "in case of emergency," and it's what many of us have been taught to look for if...
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The Top 5 Kid Injuries This Summer

Summer is usually the happiest time of year for Australian families. It’s a time when we enjoy extended holidays and sun-soaked Christmas celebrations, long days at the beach and barbecues with friends. However, sunny days spent outside in the backyard or on the sand...
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Hot Response takes part in this years Black Dog Ride 2017

27th October - 6th November 2017 Black Dog Riders in every state and territory depart in October to ride throughout regional Australia, raising awareness of depression and suicide prevention, culminating in a national meet up in the Apple Isle! Hot response first aid...
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First Aid for drowning emergencies

Drowning is a common cause of accidental death, especially amongst children and toddlers.  Contrary to popular opinion, a casualty who drowns does not usuallyi inhale large amounts of water into the lungs. 90% of deaths from drowning are caused by a relatively small...
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Warmer weather is coming…and so are the snakes!

INTRODUCTION Australian snakes are some of the most deadly in the world and as such timely first aid treatment for a snake bite is critical in the outcome of a patient.   Australian snake venoms are complex mixtures of many toxic substances which can cause a...
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