“Pakistan National Institute of First Aid” is one of Pakistan’s largest independent workplace first aid training providers. Companies large and small trust us to help them train their employees and meet their requirements and obligations.
Unlike most first aid training organizations, our trainers hold medical and professional teaching credentials, meaning that the delegates’ learning experience is of the very highest standard. Not only are our courses fun but delegates take away the ability to deal confidently with difficult emergency situations – you need to know that your first aiders will know what to do!
We are reliable and flexible, and provide clients with the best in customer service, support, and value for money. We can train your staff on-site anywhere in Pakistan.
Our instruction is hands-on and interactive, and is supported by a variety of training material based on course requirements. We provide: manikins for practicing CPR, AED trainers, bandages and splinting materials, barrier devices, auto-injector trainers, inhalers, etc.
Easy booking – by phone, fax, email or online.
Full course joining instructions provided for each delegate.
Certificates issued promptly after course completion.
A comprehensive first aid manual provided for every delegate.
Automatic reminders sent to both you and your First Aiders before certificates expire.
Email notifications giving full details when first aid guidelines change.
Credit card style certificate and a traditional A4 certificate issued for each delegate.
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