Corporate training

First Aid

Occupational First Aid Level I

Course length

8 hours

Description

The one-day program is designed to provide life-saving First Aid skills to workers in industry settings, including basic First Aid, block airways, one-person CPR. Participants must be at least 16 years old. Three-year expiry.


Red Cross Basic Life Support

Course length

6 hours

Description

This course is for healthcare providers, including in-facility care providers, nursing staff, care aides, medical and dental professionals, pre-hospital care providers, firefighters, rescue teams, sports medicine providers, lifeguards, and ski patrols. Build confidence performing CPR skills and provide the important steps to perform a rapid assessment, perform Basic Life Support (BLS) skills, rapid defibrillation, and airway management and oxygen therapy. One-year expiry.


Red Cross CPR Level C

Course length

5 hours

Description

This course is for professional rescuers, such as police officers, firefighters, first responders, workplace First Aid teams, and lifeguards. It is based on the current First Aid and CPR guidelines. It covers one- and two-person rescue and adult, child, and infant CPR. It also provides an introduction to AED. Three-year expiry.


Red Cross Emergency First Aid

Course length

8 hours

Description

This course provides simple First Aid and CPR techniques taught in an interactive environment for people who want to know how to respond to emergencies in the home or workplace. Learn about adult cardiovascular emergencies, CPR, choking, airway and breathing emergencies, sudden medical conditions, prevention of disease transmission, and injuries to head and spine. The course is based on the current First Aid, CPR, and AED guidelines and meets OHS regulations for basic First Aid. Three-year expiry.


Red Cross Standard First Aid

Course length

15 hours

Description

This course provides comprehensive First Aid and CPR techniques for those who need training to meet work requirements or wish to know how to respond to emergencies in the home. It covers cardiovascular and breathing emergencies, CPR C, prevention of disease transmission, soft tissue injuries, poisons, and injuries to the head and spine. It is based on the current First Aid, CPR, and AEC guidelines and meets a variety of provincial and territorial regulations for standard First Aid and CPR. Three-year expiry.


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