Courses

Standard First Aid with CPR/AED

In addition to EFA, the topics covered will include: Secondary Survey and vitals, including skills to manage allergic reactions, wounds, burns, head/spine injuries, bone/muscle/joint injuries as well as shock & sudden medical or environmental emergencies.

An SFA program is well suited for Health Care Professionals, Firefighters, Police, Construction and Industry workers

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Standard First Aid with CPR/AED- Blended Learning

The same topics are covered as in a regular Standard First Aid class- but a portion of the program is done online. Your in-class requirement goes from the regular 2, to only 1.

Blended Learning is a great option for those who can’t find two full days to give up for their first aid course. With blended learning, your instructor issues you a unique PIN which you will use to complete a series of online modules. The online component takes on average 4-6 hours to complete, and you can work on it at your own pace- starting and stopping as you please. The online component must be completed before entering the in-class session.

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CPR/AED (can be ‘C’ or ‘HCP’)

Topics covered: The ABC’s of emergency care. Level C includes Choking and CPR skills for all age groups as well as recognizing the warning signs of heart attack and stroke. Level HCP adds pulse-taking, the jaw-thrust and use of the bag/valve mask as well as alternative care options where children are involved. Both programs provide training & certification in the use of the AED, or defibrillator.

CPR C is suitable for the general public. CPR HCP targets health care professionals, firefighters & other professional rescuers.

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Emergency First Aid with CPR/AED

In addition to CPR, the topics covered will include:

  • Primary Survey
  • EMS/911
  • Preventing infections
  • The ABC’s of breathing & circulation emergencies
  • Care for bleeding, heart attack & stroke.

Students will also learn how to assist the patient with taking their medications.

An EFA program is suited for the smaller employer, schools, churches and family groups.

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Emergency Medical Responder

In addition to First Responder, the topics covered include: the Emergency Scene, Disease Transmission Prevention, primary survey & secondary survey, the vital signs, respiratory emergencies, cardiac emergencies, breathing devices, bleeding/shock, soft tissue injuries & muscular/skeletal injuries, injuries to head/spine/chest/abdomen/pelvis, injuries to the extremities, sudden illness, poisoning, heat/cold emergencies, childbirth/complications, reaching/moving patients, multiple casualty incidents & triage, emergency vehicle operations, including helicopter transport and emergency communications.

Emergency Medical Responder is suitable for Emergency Health Care providers, Firefighters and designated responders who work in remote locations.

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First Responder

In addition to SFA, the topics covered: The Responder & the Emergency Scene, Disease Transmission Prevention, shock & internal bleeding, respiratory emergencies, soft tissue injuries, musculoskeletal injuries & injuries to head/spine/chest/abdomen/pelvis. Also taught are the skills to manage sudden illness, poisoning, heat/cold injuries, as well as childbirth and complications, reaching/moving victims & multiple casualty incidents.

First Responder is suitable for Emergency Health Care providers, Firefighters and designated responders in construction & industry.

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Marine First Aid

In addition to the skills taught during a CPR/AED program, the topics covered include: bleeding & shock, spinal injuries & patient immobilization, patient medications, special medical conditions, heat & cold emergencies, muscular/skeletal injuries, allergies, poisons, and burns.

Marine First Aid meets the Transport Canada requirements for first aid for certification of maritime workers

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Oxygen Administration

Topics Covered: types of oxygen delivery system, oxygen flow rates, equipment setup, precautions of oxygen delivery, assessment, ongoing monitoring.

O2 Administration is perfect for those who may use this equipment in their place work, including dentist’s offices, schools and industry.

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