First aid course for children


A young girl wearing a red jacket learning CPR on an infant manikin with a Royal Life Saving instructor teaching her

At Royal Life Saving Society WA we firmly believe in our motto that “Everyone can be a lifesaver!” We know that even children are capable of saving lives in an emergency, but understand that regular first aid and CPR courses may not be suitable for a younger age group.

In order to address this we conduct a special first aid course each school holidays, specifically designed for children in the pre-teen and early-teen years. The program is held at the Royal Life Saving WA headquarters in Mount Claremont, Armadale Aquatic Centre and Kingsway Indoor Stadium and teaches children vital first aid and CPR skills with others their age, and in an environment suited to their understanding and interests.

We'd love to see your child at a course these school holidays! You can find out more and register your child at the link below!

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A young girl wearing goggles and holding a lifeguard rescue tube, crouching on the blocks by the pool

 Junior Lifeguard Club

Our Junior Lifeguard Club is perfect for kids who love swimming but want to do more than just swim laps!

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Three school students practicing CPR on a resuscitation manikin

Learn CPR and first aid in your classroom

We have a variety of training programs for the classroom and the swimming pool. First aid and CPR are skills that all students can learn.

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