Many employers and schools require participants and employees to be certified in first aid and / or CPR. Popular employment types that require first aid training are security guards, government employees, students and medical professionals. The largest, lowest priced, experienced and most popular provider in Surrey is Vancouver First Aid. Learnt to manage emergencies such as choking, poisonings, heart attacks, broken bones, seizures and many more by enrolling in standard, occupational and emergency first aid programs. Three level’s of CPR training are available in a stand-alone format or they can be combined with first aid training. Automated external defibrillator (AED) training is a mandatory component of every first aid and CPR course. Participants may also register for basic life support training, safety, food safe level 1 and babysitting courses. All contact information for registration and training programs in Surrey is available below.
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What Courses Are Available?
The following courses and course prices are available in Surrey:
- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED – 135.99
- Emergency First Aid, CPR and AED – 79.99
- Childcare First Aid, CPR and AED – 79.99
- Occupational First Aid Level 1 (OFA level 1) – 79.99
- CPR level “C” and AED – 59.99
- Babysitting Training – 54.99
- Basic Life Support (BLS) – 54.99
- Food Safe Level 1 – 64.99
All prices include tax, certifications fees and a take home manual. Certification meets workplace and academic purposes. OFA level 1 meets WorkSafe BC standards.
How Do I Register for a Course?
To register for a course use the following contact details:
- Telephone Number: 778-709-9180
- Email: email@example.com
- Training Address: 7238 137 St Surrey, BC V3W 1A4
- Website: http://www.vancouverfirstiad.ca/surrey/
This training centre is located in Newton Surrey in the business centre. Free parking and access to public transit are available.
Who Takes First Aid and CPR Training In Surrey?
The following individuals may need to take first aid and CPR training in Surrey based on academic and / or employment requirements:
- Security Guards
- Police Officers
- Medical School Students
- Massage Therapists
- Oil Workers
- Construction Workers
- RN Nurses
- LPN Nurses
- CBSA Officers
- Fire Fighters
This list is only a sample of the individuals that may need first aid and CPR certification in Surrey, B.C.
What Are the Teachers Like?
The teachers with this training provider are friendly, welcoming, patient and experienced. All teachers have a strong background in first aid and are experienced teachers.
Is It Hard To Pass a Class?
99% of attendees successfully complete the course. Participants must attend 100% of the course and successfully complete the final exam with a minimum score of 75% to pass. Participants that do not complete the course the first time can attend the course a second time at no additional cost.
What Will I Learn?
Participants that enrol in first aid and / or CPR training in Surrey will learn about the following topics
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
- Recovery Position
- The Emergency Medical Response System
- Respiratory Emergencies
- Circulatory Emergencies
- Automated External Defibrillators
- Legal Implications of First Aid and CPR
- 5 Rights of Medication
- Sudden Medical Emergencies
- Environmental Emergencies
- Broken Bones and Fractures
- Muscular Injuries
- Head and Neck Injuries
Participants will learn about these topics with the latest equipment and hands on training.
Did You Know?
First aid for hematomas
Hematoma is the medical term for a bruise. Bruises happen when the small vessels near the skin break and bleed in response to trauma. This is why when people fall or get hit by something hard enough, bruises appear on the affected area.
- Place ice (wrapped in a towel or cloth) over the affected area for the first 24 to 48 hours for 15 minutes.
- Elevate affected area.
- Take over-the-counter analgesics for pain. Avoid aspirin or ibuprofen because they can cause bleeding and make the bruise worse.
- If the affected area swells and pain persists, seek medical attention. A bruise on the head should be taken to the emergency room immediately.