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Top of the Range Training can provide a  first aid attendant for all of your sporting, fundraising events and any other event that you may be conducted that requires the presence of a first aid officer.

We can cater for individuals, groups, government organisations, businesses and corporations. We pride ourselves in our professionalism with our first aid officers holding up to date, relevant first aid qualifications.

We have provided a first aid attendant for the following events:

Rugby Union 



Athletic Carnivals


School Fetes

Plus more. Please read a testimonial below regarding our services:


Give us a call on 46388110 (07) or email us at

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Libby Pickard, Goondiwindi.

Both my children Matilda and Declan have qualified to represent Darling Downs at State Champs in u13's and U15 Girls Rugby 7's.


I am writing to let you know how impressed I am/was with Kev Distant, who was the attending Medic at Dalby on Anzac weekend.


From morning to night he was on his own and did an absolute magnificent job! I cannot speak highly enough of him.

I am not a real fan of rugby but 100 percent support my children.

If I could be guaranteed that Kev would be the the Medic at every game Matilda and Declan played in, it would be music to my ears!


He would have to be THE most professional and attentive medic I have ever seen in the 6 yrs we have been involved with rugby. He RUNS immediately to any injured player.


We had joked that I hope he wouldn't be attending to my children. However Matilda was to cop a severe knock to her nose in the morning causing her to miss one game. Throughout the whole day he continually followed up with her to make sure she was ok.


I don't know the ins and outs of Medics at games , if they are paid or voluntary . However if Kev was to attend every game possible, Downs Rugby would be guaranteed to have THE BEST Medic  around to look after their players.

Because of his quick actions that day, he also saved a Goondiwindi A grade player ,who sustained a severe knock to the head,  from what could have been life threatening injuries.


I do hope we see Kev again - would be great to supply our own medic in Brisbane!!!