The Federal Government requires all students to have a USI number when enrolling in nationally recognised training courses, including first aid training.
IMPORTANT ADVICE FOR ALL STUDENTS
Exemptions for single-day courses ends on December 31, 2017
The temporary exemption from collecting USI's for single day courses ends 31 December 2017.
All accredited courses in 2018, regardless of duration, will require a USI.
Without the USI, St John Ambulance (Qld) will not be able to provide a Statement of Attainment, or nationally recognised qualification until the USI is provided, and a record of your training will not appear on your USI transcript.
For more information about USI, or to obtain a USI, please visit the Government website at www.usi.gov.au
What does this mean for students in 2018?
For students without a USI
If you are doing any accredited course, you will need a USI.
If you have not already obtained your USI, please go to www.usi.gov.au and follow the prompts.
Important note: Valid ID is required.
Upon enrolment to a first aid course, please have your USI ready.
For students with a USI
For many of our returning students, you may have already obtained a USI.
This should also be the case if you have recently studied or are actively studying another course in the VET sector.
Have your USI ready when booking your first aid course online.
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