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VSLC First Aid Trainer Workshop, Da Nang

16/03/2020 (All day)
Da Nang City   View map
0918 810 900



Event Details

We are expanding our team of First Aid Trainers around Vietnam! Becoming a First Aid Trainer gives you the ability to deliver our full range of UK endorsed, international standard first aid qualifications around Vietnam. You also gain access to course materials and resources, regular ongoing training and you will be mentored and supported in your new role.

We are running our first course in Da Nang on:

Saturday 14th March
Sunday 15th March
Monday 16th March
Saturday 21st March
Sunday 22nd March

This training is free of charge for successful applicants. Please note that successful applicants will need to attend all days and all parts of this training course.

In order to apply to join this training, you must:

  • Have previous first aid / pre hospital care experience
  • The ability to work legally in Vietnam – either as an individual or via an existing organization.
  • Be over 18 years of age.
  • Hold a clean criminal record check (or be willing and able to do obtain one)
  • Be able to speak Vietnamese and/or English – must be fluent in at least one of these languages.

 Benefits of becoming a VSLC First Aid Trainer

  • You can deliver our range of first aid qualifications across Vietnam!
  • Access to excellent teaching resources and materials – in both English and Vietnamese
  • Ability to deliver UK Endorsed First Aid Qualification
  • Regular Continuous Professional Development
  • Join a growing network of trainers working to provide the highest quality first aid training in Vietnam!

Applying as an individual
You can apply to become a VSLC Trainer as an individual. You must meet the pre-requisites, and have the right to work legally in Vietnam as an individual. As an individual trainer, you may organise your own courses, as well as work directly for VSLC organized courses.

NOTE: If you do not have the right to work in Vietnam on a freelance basis but are legally employed in Vietnam (an example could be a foreign national working for a company and holding a current work permit), you may be able to deliver training through your current workplace if it becomes an Approved Training Centre.