Public courses are designed in accordance with Australian curricula, while continually being updated based on the latest guidelines of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) and other international professional organizations to ensure that students are equipped with the latest and safest scientific knowledge.
Course fee:
  • 1 course (4 hours): VND998,000
  • 2 courses (8 hours): VND1,298,000
Book included.
SVN has tuition fee exemption and reduction policy for pupils, students, people with disabilities and other disadvantaged people. See details on registration form.
Why choose Survival Skills SSVN?
experienced trainers
With the experience of teaching thousands of students in Vietnam alongside with foreign experts, SSVN is committed to meeting the international standards of teaching and learning.
focus on practice 
SSVN brings confidence to students in dealing with dangerous situations by focusing on the practice and using suitable curriculum in accordance with the conditions in Vietnam.

post-course support
SSVN provides study materials and First Aid SSVN mobile app to help participants review and practice at home, and answers their questions via Facebook. 
Tony & Trang are so dedicated to sharing their knowledge and experience. The lessons are extremely useful and fun as well. Hope that more people can understand the importance of these survival skills in saving lives and proactively sign up for courses like this. Many more lives should have been saved if we know what to do/avoid doing in emergency situations. 
Great program by great team! I've learnt a lot of useful things that I should have learnt long before. Thanks Mr. Tony and Ms. Trang, you both inspired me.
I saw the way Mr. Tony did, I think it'll be useful for students like me. Thanks Mr. Tony and Ms. Trang , you both are great and I hope I can meet you next time.
Basic Life Support 


1. Unconscious victims 

2. Choking  

5. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 

7. Using Automated External Defibrillator 

<p>First aid for families</p>

First aid for families


1. Blood Pressure

2. Stroke

3. Heart attack

4. Seizures

5. Elderly falls

6. Spinal Injury

7. Hip Fracture

8. Pelcis Fracture

9. Moving victims

10.  Escaping from fire, fire escape diagram, using fire extinguisher  

<p>injuries after accidents</p>

injuries after accidents


1. Unconscious victim

2. Bleeding

3. Penetrating Inuries

4. Amputation

5. Shock

4. Bandaging

6. Burns

7. Electroution 

8. Fractured Limbs

9. Dislocation

10. Sprains and Strains 

<p>First aid for parents and carers</p>

First aid for parents and carers

1. Common injuries at different life stges from birth

2. Choking

3. Swallowed object

4 Burns

5. Electrical burn

6. Bleeding

7. Head and face injury

8. Fractured arms

9. Insect and dog bite

10. Drowning

11. Seizures

12. Signs and symptoms of sick child

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