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SLSNSW’s service arm, the Australian Lifesaving Academy (ALA), will provide vital first aid and CPR training to community services organisation, 3Bridges as part of a newly formed strategic partnership.

As part of this partnership, the ALA has been engaged by 3Bridges to provide nationally recognised first aid training to its workforce. This training will equip its employees and volunteers with essential lifesaving skills, empowering them to respond effectively in emergency situations both at the workplace and in the community.

The ALA’s renowned expertise in delivering high-quality training programs also ensures 3Bridges will have access to state-of-the-art facilities and instruction from certified professionals, preparing them to handle emergencies with confidence and competence.

“We are excited to partner with 3Bridges and support its people development strategy,” said Phillipa McNamara, General Manager – Commercial Training at ALA.

“By investing in emergency care training, we empower individuals to make a meaningful difference in emergency situations, potentially saving lives.”

“As a volunteer member with the Surf Life Saving movement myself, I am confident that this partnership will significantly increase our emergency response capabilities,” agreed Caroline Tumeth, General Manager – Quality and Compliance at 3Bridges.

“At 3Bridges, we are committed to offering our staff and volunteers the best possible learning experience, although we have the scope to offer first aid training through our Enterprise RTO, we have chosen to partner with the expert ensuring our workforce is armed with the lifesaving skills and feel prepared for the unexpected.”

The partnership between ALA and 3Bridges represents a shared commitment to fostering a safer and resilient community.

Tuesday 4 June 2024