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We offer a wide range of courses, in and around Johannesburg and Pretoria. Signing up for a course is a safe and seamless process with our online booking system. You can view our available dates and venues, or alternatively you can contact us to book a private course in the comfort of your home. 

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Reviews

Ella
Parent
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I just have to share how much I enjoyed the Baby & Child CPR and First Aid course! It was highly informative, educational and interesting but it was also delivered in such an enthusiastic manner with real life examples that it didn’t feel like studying at all! As a Mum of 3 boys under 5, my concentration span is not what it used to be! But I was fully able to digest each section and the practical sessions reinforced the theory. I would highly recommend your courses to anyone. Thank you
Nikki
High School Teacher
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Sister Yume presented a wonderful course at Parkview Senior. Highly recommended! It was informative as well as practical and we received wonderful course material. Due to Sister Yume's energetic, friendly and appproachable manner it was thoroughly enjoyed.
Shanon
Caregiver Course Student
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One of the best courses ever. We stood out in the hospices and homes where did our Practicals. I am proud of all those who worked hard to complete the course. All the best in your job search. Thanks
Potso
Caregiver Course Student
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I did my course recently and I must say I really learnt a lot in a very short space of time, I'm very grateful to Sr Joey Vlok and Sr Rene for being such kind, humble, professional human beings. They really made it easy and fun for us to a point that it was very sad for me to leave. I'm very grateful
Daniela
Parent
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The presentation of the course was excellent. The concepts were presented in a way that was easy to remember. The practical section of the course was thorough and allowed for opportunities to learn from others and ask questions. Overall, the experience was great and the environment was conducive to learning. Thank you.
Sue
Parent
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What an amazing day. I have learnt so much. Thank you Mpho for be an engaging and encouraging instructor. I will definitely be booking another course with Survival
M Maddocks Inc.
Podiatrists
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Well organised and presented! Our team is confident in the CPR skills that we were taught.
Matha
General Manager
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We had a wonderful experience with trainer Yumi Tsai (Belinda).The training was very interesting, educative and involving. Thank you so much to Catherine and her team
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