Short Courses

South Australian Sports Federation Inc, trading as Sport SA, RTO Code: 2280

Provide First Aid - HLTAID003

Sport SA delivers a First Aid course designed for the sporting industry. The course is contextualised to our industry and provides scenarios and practical activities that relate to sport so that when the need arises you are confident and qualified to respond to situations within your sporting organisation or club.

Our first aid courses require all students to complete a pre-course assessment before attending your course.  During the course you will be required to complete a theory test and a practical demonstration.

All our courses are held at Sport SA's Industry Training Centre, Military Road, West Beach (opposite the Adelaide Shores Caravan Park).  If your organisation wishes to hold a first aid course at either your venue or ours, please click here.

The cost of the course is $110.

The next First Aid courses at Sport SA are:

  • Sunday 18 March 
  • Saturday 7 April 
  • Sunday 22 April

To download the flyer, click here.

To register for the next course, please complete the following form:

First Aid Enrolment Form

Pool Life Guard Courses - Aqualife Training 

Sport SA in partnership with Aqualife delivers industry specific training courses for Pool Lifeguards.

Candidates, on successful completion of the course will achieve the following units of competency from the SISSS00111 Pool Lifeguard Skill Set:

  • PUAEME001B Provide emergency care
  • PUAEME003C Administer oxygen in an emergency situation
  • SISCAQU002 Perform basic water rescues 
  • SISCAQU006 Supervise clients in aquatic locations 
  • SISCAQU007 Perform advanced water rescues



Aaron Caudle 

Mobile: 0433 052 286

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Horse Safety Australia

Sport SA has partnered with Horse Safety Australia to run clinics which assess the skills involved in teaching horsemanship to others.

Horse Safety Australia Inc. -formerly the Association for Horsemanship Safety and Education in Australia Inc. (AHSE) was formed to foster higher standards of safety within the horse industry, particularly relating to teaching horse riding to groups of beginners. Since then Horse Safety Australia has accredited over 1800 instructors in Queensland, NSW, Victoria, Tasmania, WA and South Australia.

Upon completion of the course, student will receive a Horse Safety Australia qualification as an instructor and a statement of attainment from Sport SA for equine units within the SIS10 Sport Fitness and Recreation Training Package. These clusters of units are industry agreed competencies as a minimum standard.

Course information

HSA Clinic information page

To find out when the next clinic is, go to: