Rural and Remote First Aid Workshop - Quirindi

Event Details

This First Aid course is designed to educate and train attendees to provide first aid on remote and isolated Sites. The course is run over 2 days (Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th July) with an evening session following dinner on day 1. This is a practical scenario designed for participants to locate, assess, treat, and transport a patient to a lit landing area/site for hypothetical interaction with Aeromedical retrieval.

The sessions will commence at 07.30am on both days, with Day 1 concluding after the night session and Day 2 concluding at 5.00pm. Catering for both day sessions are included in the ticket price. Day 1 dinner will be at an additional cost to the participant.

There are limited spaces available for this course, if you are unable to register, please email

All participants will need to obtain a Unique Student Identifier (USI) prior to the course.

Presenter Details

For over 21 years Scott Brown has been training Remote Area First Aid across Australia. Having first joined Rural Ambulance Victoria in 2001 and working in the high-country in Victoria, he began teaching First Aid for Rural Ambulance Victoria. 21 years on, he works with some of Australia’s largest pastoral corporations that combined manage over 133,000 square kms of the Australian landscape.

Known for conveying detailed First Aid information in a relatable and relaxed way, Scott’s courses have become popular with Pastoral Property Managers, overseers and ringers alike. The highly practical course content ensures relevance to actual situations that are possible to encounter on a working property.

 Today, Scott continues to work with Ambulance Victoria alongside his First Aid training with some of the largest outback station owners and pastoral companies in Australia.


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