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CPR/AED-C CPR/AED-C Recertification
CPR/AED-HCP CPR/AED-HCP Recertification
EMERGENCY FIRST AID AND CPR/AED-C/HCP EMERGENCY FIRST AID AND CPR/AED-C/HCP Recertification (7 Hours)
STANDARD FIRST AID AND CPR/AED-C/HCP STANDARD FIRST AID RECERTIFICATIONS
CHILD CARE EMERGENCY FIRST AID - CPR/AED-B CHILD CARE STANDARD FIRST AID - CPR/AED-B
BC WORKPLACE EMERGENCY FIRST AID CPR-A (OFA 1) BC WORKPLACE STANDARD FIRST AID CPR-A (OFA 1)
MARINE BASIC FIRST AID CPR/AED-C ON-SITE COURSES

CPR/AED-C (5 hours)

This program is designed for all members of public as well as for people interested for their occupational needs such as in R.C.M.P., Firepersons, Paramedics, Dental Assistants/Hygenists, Optometrists, Instructors of physical Fitness; Yoga; Ice skating etc.,

The participants are trained to recognize and respond to cardiovasuclar emergencies; heart attack vs sudden cardiac arrest; choking for people aged 8 and older (CPR-A), as well as in infants and children (CPR-B): CPR-C. It also includes the use of barrier devices and pocket masks. The program emphasis all participants to become fully familiar with the use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for adults as well as for children.

A short manual of CPR is included in the program.
Upon successfull completion Canadian Red Cross certification, valid for 3 years is awarded.

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CPR/AED-C Recertification (3.5 hours)

This program is especially designed for CPR-C rescuers interested in updating their skills and keeping their knowledge current. The program emphasis the essential knowledge of emergency services management, preventions of disease spread and the skills employed in delivering CPR, using AED and managing victims of airway and breathing emergency along with management of choking.

Upon successful completion a Canadian Red Cross certification valid for 3 years is awarded.

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CPR/AED-HCP (6 hours)

The program emphasis the essential knowledge of emergency services management, prevention of disease spread and the skills employed in administering CPR for infant, child, and adult whilst also assesing for pulse checks and be able to employ Rescue Breathing for Respiratory Arrest. The participants also learn the 2-Rescuer CPR/AED for  Adult, Child, Infant, along with the employment of jaw thrust and use of Bag-Valve-Mask. 
 
A short manual of CPR is included in the program.
Upon successful completion a Canadian Red Cross certification card valid for 3 years is awarded.

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CPR/AED-HCP Recertification (5 hours)

This program reviews all of the knowledge and skills taught in CPR/AED-HCP as above. 

Upon successful completion a Canadian Red Cross certification valid for 3 years is awarded.

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EMERGENCY FIRST AID AND CPR/AED-C/HCP (8 Hours)

This is an 8 hour program designed for all encountering emergencies in their occupation (sports and recreational activities, hospital staff, firefighters, lifeguards, police, security workers tourist and transport industry) as well as generally for people who have had some kind of first aid certifications. It will enable participants to practically recognize and manage life threatening emergencies due to breathing and cardiovascular conditions. It will teach all, to adequately deliver cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to adult, children and infants as well as learn to use Automated External Defibrillator. Skills employed in managing choking in conscious and unconscious adults, children and infants are also taught.

The program teaches additional skills needed to properly recognized, prevent and respond to the emergent conditions such as; shock; allergic reactions; anaphylaxis; respiratory arrest; heart attack; cardiac arrest; stroke; and deadly bleeding.

Special instructions are included for health care professionals (EFA CPR-HCP).

All participants will recieve the Canadian Red Cross First Aid & CPR manual. 
Written Exam (min passing grade 75%).
Upon successfull completion a Canadian Red Cross certificate valid for 3 years is awarded. 

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EMERGENCY FIRST AID AND CPR/AED-C/HCP Recertification (5 Hours)

This program reviews all of the knowledge and skills taught in EFA CPR/AED-C/HCP as above. 

Upon successfull completion a Canadian Red Cross certificate valid for 3 years is awarded. 

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STANDARD FIRST AID AND CPR/AED-C/HCP (14 hours)

This is a 16 hour program provided over 2 days, for anyone interested in saving lives through providing first aid in emergencies until special medical care arrives. The program teaches the safe and healthy practices needed to be adapted at home, work, school, hospitals, and recreational setting to prevent injury and illnesses.

Day 1 covers in depth knowledge of; emergency scene management, prevention of disease spread and participants learn the skills to effectively respond to emergency situations and deliver CPR to adults, children and infants as well as become accustomed to the use of AED. Further skills are taught to manage chocking in conscious and unconscious adults, children and infants.

Participants learn to recognize, prevent and respond to emergent conditions such as; shock; allergic reactions; anaphylaxis; respiratory arrest; heart attack; cardiac arrest; stroke; and deadly bleeding.

Day 2 is spent on reinforcing the skills acquired on day 1 as well as in learning to recognized, prepare and prevent a number of hazardous conditions that can in everyday life develop into emergency situations. These include; hear and spine injuries; sprains, dislocations and fractures; wounds and burn care; penetrating and blunt traumatic injuries; diabetes; seizures; childbirth; heat and cold related emergencies, poisons; stings and bites from insects, snakes and animals.

All participants will recieve the Canadian Red Cross First Aid & CPR manual. 
Written Exam (min passing grade 75%).
Upon successfull completion a Canadian Red Cross certificate valid for 3 years is awarded. 

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STANDARD FIST AID RECERTIFICATIONS (8 hours)

This is an 8 hour program designed for SFA-CPR/AED-C/HCP, to update and recertify before completions of the 3 year validity period. Participants hone skills such as; delivering CPR properly; in using AED correctly and provide first aid to victims of choking, shock and deadly bleeding. This, program also allows participants to recognize and respond to; traumatic bone, joint and muscles injuries; wound and burn injuries as well as manage environmental emergencies.

Upon successfull completion a Canadian Red Cross certificate valid for 3 years is awarded. 

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CHILD CARE EMERGENCY FIRST AID - CPR/AED-B (8 hours)

This is an 8 hour program for anyone interested in caring for children at home, child care facility or a hospital setting. It provides participants with the essential skills to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to newborn and children of 8 years of age and under. The program also teaches use of automated externals defibrillator (AED) for children of 1-8 years and the knowledge of basic first aid for children’s emergencies and injuries. Emphasis is placed on recognitions, treatment and preventions of the following topics.

  1. Emergency scene management.
  2. Prevention of disease spread and importance of immunization
  3. Airway, breathing and circulation emergencies
  4. Child and infant resuscitation (CPR)
  5. Child and infant conscious and unconscious choking
  6. Head and spine injuries
  7. Sprains dislocations and fractures
  8. Wound care, bleeding and burns
  9. Fainting, heat and cold related emergencies
  10. Poisons, bites and stings
  11. Safety tips to keep children safe

The program meets the current legislative requirements as approved by the Ministry of Health for licensed child care facilities,. Special instructions are include for health care professionals (CPR-HCP).

All participants will recieve the Canadian Red Cross First Aid & CPR manual. 
Written Exam (min passing grade 75%).
Upon successfull completion a Canadian Red Cross certificate valid for 3 years is awarded. 

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CHILD CARE STANDARD FIRST AID - CPR/AED-B (16 hours)

This is a 16 hour program for parents, babysitters, physicians, nurses and all persons involved in taking care of infants and children. It provides an in depth training of performing CPR to newborn and children of 8 years and under. The program teaches use of AED for children of 1-8 years and the knowledge of basic first aid for children’s’ emergencies and injuries. Emphasis is placed on recognition, treatment and prevention of the following topics.

  1. Emergency scene management.
  2. Prevention of disease spread and importance of immunization
  3. Airway, breathing and circulation emergencies
  4. Child and infant resuscitation (CPR)
  5. Child and infant conscious and unconscious choking
  6. Head and spine injuries
  7. Sprains dislocations and fractures
  8. Wound care, bleeding and burns
  9.  Fainting, heat and cold related emergencies
  10. Poisons, bites and stings
  11. Safety tips to keep children safe

In addition to above topics, participants are taught the signs and symptoms to look for certain childhood illnesses and the kind of first aid care to provided for them.

The program meets the current legislative requirements as approved by the Ministry of Health for licensed child care facilities. Special instructions are included for health care professionals (CPR-HCP).

All participants will recieve the Canadian Red Cross First Aid & CPR manual. 
Written Exam (min passing grade 75%).
Upon successfull completion a Canadian Red Cross certificate valid for 3 years is awarded. 

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BC WORKPLACE EMERGENCY FIRST AID CPR-A (OFA 1) (7 hours)

This program is designed for individuals working in high risk injury occupations such as; Builders; Construction workers; Dry Wall Contractors; Security Guards;Railways employees; Engineers; Electricians; Teachers; Farmers; Gym Instructors; and Industrial F.A.

The program teaches skills needed to recognize, prevent and respond to cardiovascular emergencies for adult (CPR/AED-A). Additional skills for choking, airway and breathing emergencies as well as prevention of disease transmission,  providing care for shock, deadly bleeding, poisonous substances, musculoskeltal injuries, wound care with necessary bandaging techniques along with completion of necessary documentation relating the injuries. 

This program includes First Aid & CPR guidelines 2011, is recognized by the Worksafe B.C. and meets regulations for Basic First Aid. Written Exam (min passing grade: 75%). All participants will recieve the Canadian Red Cross First Aid & CPR manual and certification card valid for 2 years.  

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BC WORKPLACE STANDARD FIRST AID CPR-A (OFA 1) (16 hours)

This program is for individuals working in high risk group category as; Builders; Construction workers; Dry Wall Contractors; Security Guards; Railways employees; Engineers; Electricians; Teachers; Farmers; Gym Instructors; and Industrial F. A.

The program provides an in depth knowledge of skills utilized in recognizing cardiovascular, airway and breathing emergencies and administering CPR/AED whilst taking all measures for prevention of disease transmission. Participants learn to recongnize head and spine injuries and administer CPR.  Additional skills to provide care for choking, shock, deadly bleeding, poisonous substances, musculoskeltal injuries, wound care with bandaging techniques along with completion of necessary documentation relating injuries are also taught. An in depth knowledge of topics such as sudden medical conditions; diabetes; epilepsy; burns; wound care; heat and cold emergencies are all covered.   

This program includes the First Aid & CPR guidelines 2011, is recognized by the Worksafe B.C. and meets regulations for Basic First Aid. Written Exam (min passing grade: 75%). All participants will recieve the Canadian Red Cross First Aid & CPR manual and certification card valid for 2 years. 

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MARINE BASIC FIRST AID CPR/AED-C (16 hours)

Guidelines as per Transport Canada.

This programs is designed for all mariners and crew at sea. It includes the latest First Aid and CPR guidelines. Meets federal and a variety of provincial/territorial regulations for standard First Aid and CPR. Meets Transport Canada Training Program Standards in Marine First Aid (TP 13008E)

This program provides an overview of First Aid and CPR techniques with scenarios taken from the marine /fishing industry. This program provides an indepth knowledge and skills utilized in recognizing cardiovascular, airway and breathing emergencies and administering CPR/AED while taking all measures for prevention of disease transmission.Participants learn to raise various ways to raise alarm at sea, and administer CPR in hypothermia, as well whilst maintaining C-spine control along with jaw thrust. Additional skills to provide skills for choking , shock, deadly bleeding, poisonous substances, musculoskelatal injuries, wound carewith bandaging techniques. An indepth knowledge of topics such as sudden medical conditions; diabetes; epilepsy; burns; wound care; heat and cold emergencies are all covered.

All participants will recieve the Canadian Red Cross First Aid & CPR manual. 
Written Exam (min passing grade 75%).
Upon successfull completion a Canadian Red Cross certificate valid for 3 years is awarded. 

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ON-SITE COURSES

These are available for large scale co-operate clients, universities' departments, hospitals, Day Care Centres, Offices, Fitness Centres, or any of the industrial sites. All our instructors are highly knowledgeable and trained to the Canadian Red Cross standards. They bring a vast wealth of experience from their background of life saving occupations and provide high quality training utilizing the latest teaching tools to the comfort of your employees.
 
Please contact us at DrSingh@CprFirstAidSkills.com for rates of onsite courses for your specific location.