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First Aid Courses

First Aid Courses

First aid courses are designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to respond to common health emergencies at home or at work.

CPR Savvy Course Features

  • incorporates instruction, demonstration and practice
  • Hands-on skill practice with manikins that provide feedback in a fun environment
  • Real materials and practice
  • eBook for future reference
  • Course options that meet or exceed regulatory requirements for workplace first aid courses federally and in Ontario

Heart and Stroke Foundation Content

  • Emergency Scene Management
  • Shock, Fainting, and Unconsciousness
  • Head, Spine, and Pelvic Injuries
  • Severe Bleeding and Wounds
  • Adult/Child/Infant Resuscitation
  • Medical Conditions (including Asthma, Allergies, Diabetic Emergencies, Seizures, and Poisoning)
  • Treatment of burns
  • And more…
  • Heart & Stroke’s First Aid courses are recognized across Canada and are accredited in Ontario.

Course Descriptions

Standard First Aid Level C (Approx 16 hours)

A comprehensive 2-day program designed to teach you essential skills to effectively respond to medical emergencies in the workplace, home or another setting. This course is designed to meet provincial workplace regulatory requirements* and covers cardiopulmonary resuscitation, including responding to breathing, airway and circulation emergencies, as well as control of bleeding, shock, stabilizing fractures and dislocations, head and spine injuries, and more. This course is ideal for everyday people who want to be prepared for the unexpected.

Standard First Aid and BLS (approx 18 hours)

This 18-hour course combines our Standard First Aid and Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider courses for a best-in-class foundation in emergency response and care. This instructor-led course is designed to meet provincial workplace regulatory requirements* and is intended for healthcare and emergency care professionals and providers across varying disciplines. The course reinforces how to recognize and stabilize ill or injured persons with a number of life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Successful students earn a 3-year Standard First Aid certification and one-year BLS Provider card.

Emergency First Aid Level A (Approx 7 hours)

A fast-paced 1-day course that delivers proven methods for providing basic, urgent assistance to injured or ill adults. Through a combination of instruction, demonstration, and hands-on practice, participants will learn how to determine the severity of a patient’s condition and practice safe intervention when providing them with emergency support. This course is aimed at lay rescuers or employees who are required to receive 8 hours or less of emergency or basic first aid instruction/practice as stipulated by provincial or federal health & safety regulations.

Emergency First Aid Level C (Approx 8 hours)

A fast-paced and extensive 1-day course that delivers proven methods for providing basic, urgent assistance to injured or ill adults, children and infants. Through a combination of instruction, demonstration, and hands-on practice, participants will learn how to determine the severity of a patient’s condition and practice safe intervention when providing them with emergency support. This course is aimed at lay rescuers or employees who are required to receive 8 hours or less of emergency or basic first aid instruction/practice as stipulated by provincial or federal health & safety regulations.

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Standard First Aid April 6

Standard First Aid April 6

$135.00

April 6 & 7 9-4

Standard First Aid May 11

Standard First Aid May 11

$135.00

May 11 & 12 9-4

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