The Canadian Red Cross provides first aid services as, offering training and certification courses, to provide medical assistance to those in need.
Standard First Aid / AED
A standard first aid/AED course is designed to equip individuals with the necessary skills to provide initial care and assistance in emergency situations. The course typically covers topics such as CPR, AED usage, choking, and basic wound care. Participants learn how to assess a situation, take appropriate action, and effectively communicate with emergency medical services. By completing the course, individuals can improve their confidence and ability to respond effectively in emergency situations, potentially saving lives and reducing the severity of injuries.
Reward Upon Completion
Upon successful completion, 75% minimum grade on a written closed book exam, participants will receive their Standard First Aid, CPR Level A or C, and AED which is good for 3 years.
Preparing for emergencies: Tips to stay calm and be ready to help.
The EMS system: Emergency medical services and resources.
Check, Call, Care: A simple process to assess, call for help, and provide basic care.
First aid for various emergencies: Including airway, breathing, circulation, wounds, head, neck, spine, bone, muscle, joint, sudden medical, environmental, and poison-related emergencies (including opioids)
Basic literacy and comprehension in the language used for course instruction is necessary.
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