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Become a warrior

The Oxford English Dictionary defines warriors as brave or experienced soldiers or fighters. However, for us, a warrior is more than just a combatant – it's someone who holds the power to save lives. And we specialise in training those ‘warriors’. We don’t train doctors or nurses, we train you, the everyday person, who has the power to make a difference. 



Approximately 150,000 lives are lost each year in situations where basic first aid could have made a significant impact. By becoming first aid trained, you gain the ability to provide that crucial assistance. It's a simple yet powerful set of skills that could be the difference between life and death. After all, it's always better to be safe than sorry. 



Safety is paramount in every aspect of life, whether you're teaching in a kindergarten, serving in a restaurant, or enjoying the waves at Piha. Prioritising safety isn't just about personal well-being; it's about creating a community of individuals prepared to respond effectively to emergencies. Imagine a workplace where every employee is a trained responder, swiftly taking action in a medical crisis. Envision a community event where individuals avert an emergency by calmly administering life-saving measures. 


These scenarios are not mere hypotheticals; they illustrate the tangible impact of safety and first aid training. Ordinary people transform into everyday heroes, capable of turning potential disasters into triumphs of preparedness. Whether it's a CPR-certified teacher, a first aid-trained parent, or a vigilant passerby, the ripple effect of such training saves lives. Safety and first aid training goes beyond mere ‘knowledge’; they are a practical set of skills that can ensure our stories continue with resilience and confidence, even in the face of unexpected twists.  


For those who wish to be proactive and ready for the unforeseen, we have two offers you cannot refuse:  




If you're interested in saving lives, let's get you started. 

Take your chance, become a warrior.  






Kia kaha 

 

 

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