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1 Day Emergency First Aid Certification Training - Canadian Red Cross…
Learn   essential   first   aid   and   CPR   skills   as   well   as   with   our   wide   range   of   courses   to   meet   every   need,   including   those   looking   to become   babysitters.   Courses   are   delivered   in   easy-to-follow   steps,   using   practical   hands-on   components   and   a   variety   of training materials.
Basic one-day course offering an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for the workplace or home. Includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines. Meets OH&S regulations for Basic First Aid. Course Content:            Preparing to respond The EMS system  Check, Call, Care Airway emergencies Breathing and circulation emergencies First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest Wound care Includes any other content required by specific legislation
Classroom Instruction...                                                  Approximately 6-8 hours... Final Practical Hands-on Evaluation...
Must score 75% on written exam Must demonstrate practical hands-on skills through duration of course This training program is tailored to both industrial and non-industrial customers, providing an excellent service with minimal work time interference. Within one (1) week after the training is completed, the certificate(s) 8 ½ X 11 and wallet size will be mailed to the company for which the service was rendered. Location for theory classroom instruction:                                                  Client work environment Date & Time for theory classroom instruction:                                           As per client requirement and availabilty Location for hands-on practical demonstration by participants:             Client work environment Date & Time for hands-on practical demonstration by participants:     Regular work hours at client work environment Cost: $175.00 + 22.75HST = $197.75 X ____ Participant(s) =               $ _______________ Recertification every three years as per provincial First Aid Regulations.