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Mental Health First Aid Salisbury

Mental Health First Aid Salisbury

FirstAidPro First Aid’s Salisbury training venue is located at 6/89 John Street, Salisbury, SA 5108. Our training room is easily found just across the car park from the popular Parabanks Shopping Centre. The entrance is located between H&R Block and Vinnies.

The courses offered at our Salisbury training venue include:

Location

6/89 John Street,
Salisbury, SA 5108

Surrounding Suburbs

Our Salisbury training location is conveniently located in the Northern suburbs of Adelaide with easy access from the surrounding suburbs of Paralowie, Parafield, Elizabeth, Salisbury Plain, Munno Para, Playford, Burton, Blakeview, Edinburgh, Port Adelaide, Pooraka, Wingfield, Regency Park and Brahma Lodge.

Parking & Accessibility

  • FREE easy accessible on-site parking
  • Public Transport – closest Bus Stop is 50E Ann Street Salisbury
  • Public Transport – Short walk to Salisbury Train Station
  • Kitchenette with tea and coffee facilities
  • Opposite Parabanks Shopping Centre next to H&R Block
  • Located upstairs on second floor
  • Please wear comfortable clothing and covered footwear

Upcoming Courses in Salisbury

View all upcoming first aid and CPR courses in Salisbury and book online instantly. If you have any questions, please call us at 1300 029 132.

All our available courses in Salisbury

Date

Course

Location

Cost

Time

 
Wednesday 28th October
Thursday 29th October
Youth mental health first aidSalisbury$169.009:30 AM - 5:00 PMBOOK
Thursday 24th September
Friday 25th September
Mental health first aidSalisbury$189.009:30 AM - 4:00 PM
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
BOOK

Testimonials

Bethany

I feel more confident in my practices. Useful. Engaging Instructor, clear conisitent message.

Bethany

Karina

Wonderful personality that engages a variety of people in a group.

Karina

Toni

Very engaging and very knowledgeable with the course content. Made the day course a great leanring experience.

Toni

Amber

David is approachable. I felt relaxed and comfortable asking questions. This doesn’t always happen with facilitators.

Amber