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First aid app teaches kids first aid

A First Aid app has been created to help children reinforce First Aid Skills
An app has been created to help the kids learn first aid skills.

If you’ve ever wanted to upskill your kids with some first aid skills, a new app has been created by St John’s Victoria that uses gamification techniques to teach first aid skills to the littlies.

St John’s Ambulance Victoria commissioned Melbourne and Sydney based creative developer Conduct to produce the app.

“We designed a revolutionary app for children aged five and over to learn the fundamentals of First Aid in a gamified experience.”

“Following the narrative of a BMX race, the game teaches kids the steps to take as the first responder in a First Aid emergency”

Developer ‘Conduct’ created the app to reach out to children and reinforce First Aid Skills.

This year the First Aid Action Hero App has won a prestigious Australian Good Design Award.

Take a look at the New App

It’s rated 4.7 out of five and available at the APP Store or on Google Play

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