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Sarah Hunstead, Founding Director
“I want every parent to know what to do in an emergency.”
RN (B. Nurs), Cert IV TAE, MN (Clin. Prac)
Tania Arlington, Business Development Manager
These are essential life skills that save lives and promote positive outcomes!
Nicole Ovens, Operations Manager
“I know you can do it! Have faith in your ability. We’re here to guide and support you.”
Lisa Hewitt, Customer Service & Bookings Manager
It's so important to have the knowledge and skills to act in an emergency situation. It's something we all should have.
Sue Jones, Educator
Knowledge is key and I'm excited to be sharing my knowledge and experiences with others.
Allison Roberts, Educator
“Breathe, take a split second to assess and then back yourself with the knowledge that you now have to do something.”
Tara Boyd, Educator
“Arm yourself with theoretical and practical knowledge so you can spring into action at a moment's notice.”
Sally Baker, Educator
Angelique Brady, Educator
I am an Emergency trained Registered Nurse who has specialised in paediatrics and am currently working in one of Sydney’s major trauma hospitals. I have always had a love for emergency nursing and most, if not all of my training has been in advanced life support and higher acuity resuscitation for both kids and adults.
I am blessed with two children, a 3-year-old and a 9-month-old, who always keep me on my toes. Being a mum has been my greatest achievement and although challenging, has taught me how quickly these resilient and inquisitive little creatures can get themselves into trouble. Having the knowledge and skills to help when it is needed is both empowering and invaluable as a mum!!
As an Emergency Nurse, I have witnessed first-hand the role parents play in recognising and responding to their sick or injured child in the event of a medical emergency and how different the outcome can be for that child. Prevention is always the key to avoid a hospital presentation but even the most experienced of us have had a child who has been injured or become very become very unwell quickly. The different is knowing what to do!! I work for CPR Kids because I am passionate about empowering parents and carers of kids with knowledge and skills to act calmly and confidently if ever presented with an emergency situation and being apart of something that might one day save a child’s life.
CPR Kids empowers parents and carers with the essential knowledge and skills to confidently care for sick or injured children.
We acknowledge and honour the elders – past, present, and future – of the Cadigal people, the traditional custodians of the land CPR Kids is on.
CPR Kids Pty Ltd provides Nationally Recognised Training on behalf of and in partnership with The First Aid Group (Registered Training Organisation 32268).