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14 Fijian Workers Trained as First Aid Heroes in Australia

We would like to extend our warmest congratulations to the 14 Fijian workers who recently completed the First Aid Training program delivered by St John Ambulance in Dandenong. The course, which was funded by the Fijian Community Association Victoria Inc through the PRMC5 grant by the Victorian State Government, certifies them to provide first aid response for the next three years to anyone in need.

This invaluable training will allow these workers to be real heroes in their workplaces and communities, as they are now equipped with the skills and knowledge to provide immediate first aid response. In fact, the training is so important that we believe it can make a real difference in saving lives.

We would also like to thank the Fijian Community Association Victoria Inc and St John Ambulance First Aiders Training for Whales Regional workforce for their efforts in making this course possible, and for ensuring that catering was provided by Whales Regional Workforce.

Once again, congratulations to the 14 Fijian abattoirs workers from Wagstaff Cranbourne & Greenham Gippsland for their commitment to enhancing their skills and making a positive impact in their workplaces and communities. Vinaka vakalevu! 🇦🇺🇫🇯


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