Rhythm First Aid endeavours to disrupt the first-aid training scene through giving a youthful, fresh outlook to courses that positively impact families and businesses across Victoria. Bumps and grazes happen, and our Family First Aid Kit contains everything you need to fixup your little adventurers! Parents were often asking us what to include in a family first aid kit and where to buy one. So, we used our medical knowledge to create the perfect kit for the family, which contains useful contents to monitor temperatures, treat minor scratches and to manage unexpected accidents in the home. Our kits are easy on the eyes, meaning that you can display them prominently instead of hiding them under the bathroom sink. Premium hospital grade products handpicked by health professionals with the tick of approval from Australian families. Our bespoke boxes are lovingly handmade in Regional Victoria. Our boxes are made with DAR pine from renewable Australian plantations. Each timber box is unique and that is why we love them! The box is finished with a beautiful natural tanned vege leather handle. Inside the box is a pull-out shelf for easy access to frequently used items as well as multiple dividers to help find what you need in a hurry.
Rhythm First Aid was born from community need, Director, Nicole Gleeson’s love of education, sharing her knowledge and experience with the community. Armed with her experience, knowledge, and passion to improve outcomes for families and businesses, Nicole established Rhythm First Aid with a mission to ensure quality, fun CPR and first aid training is accessible for all. Combining her qualifications, and industry experience as an Emergency Nurse, with her understanding of the needs of rural and regional areas, Nicole has developed a range of unique services that makes Rhythm a premier choice for Victorian families and businesses. Nicole believes the quality of educational services people receive shouldn’t be defined by their postcode – so she hopes to bridge this gap across the state. Nicole has brought evidence-based learning back to her own regional community and hopes to do the same for other towns.