Standard First Aid & CPR

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Standard First Aid & CPR

Course Price = $179  to  = $159

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  • Duration: 02 Days
  • Starting from 15-Oct-2023

Does Your Program or Employer Require First Aid and CPR Training?

We offer a variety of First Aid and CPR classes in collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross. The First Aid & CPR classes are designed to teach lifesaving skills such as first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED). Courses are offered for students, health care providers, first responders, and the general public.

If you are part of the general public, Standard First Aid and CPR-C provides you with general training and lifesaving skills.

If you work in a healthcare profession, you will require Standard First Aid and Basic Life Support (BLS) training. Basic Life Support (BLS) and Healthcare Provider (HCP) are the same level of training.

If you are a student ( PSW, HSW, FSW, and Mental Health), please check your program requirements to learn the level of training your program requires.


Benefits of this course:

  1. Immediate Response in Emergencies: With Standard First Aid & CPR training, individuals can provide immediate care and assistance in various emergency situations, potentially saving lives.

  2. Increased Safety Awareness: Training enhances awareness of potential hazards and risks in the environment, promoting a culture of safety in both personal and professional settings.

  3. Improved Confidence: Knowing how to respond in emergencies boosts confidence, allowing individuals to take effective action when needed.

  4. Prevention of Further Injury: First aid training helps individuals assess situations and take steps to prevent injuries from worsening until professional medical help arrives.

  5. Faster Recovery: Prompt first aid can minimize the impact of injuries or illnesses, leading to faster recovery times and better outcomes.

  6. Reduced Risk of Complications: Early intervention and proper first aid measures can reduce the risk of complications and long-term consequences associated with injuries or illnesses.

  7. Enhanced Team Safety: In workplaces or group settings, having trained individuals in Standard First Aid & CPR ensures that there are designated responders who can act quickly in emergencies.

  8. Legal and Ethical Considerations: Providing proper first aid care aligns with legal and ethical obligations to ensure the well-being and safety of others.

  9. Improved Communication Skills: First aid training emphasizes the importance of clear and effective communication, which is crucial in emergency situations.

  10. Versatility in Different Settings: Standard First Aid & CPR skills are applicable in various environments, including workplaces, schools, homes, recreational areas, and community events.

  11. CPR Skills: Training in CPR equips individuals with the knowledge and skills to perform chest compressions and rescue breaths, which can be critical in cardiac emergencies.

  12. Aid for Choking Incidents: Individuals trained in first aid can respond effectively to choking incidents, potentially preventing serious harm.

  13. Basic Life Support (BLS): Standard First Aid & CPR training often includes elements of BLS, teaching techniques used in more advanced medical situations.

  14. Emergency Preparedness: Trained individuals are better prepared to respond to natural disasters, accidents, and other emergency situations.

  15. Support for Vulnerable Populations: First aid training is particularly valuable for caregivers, parents, and those working with children, the elderly, or individuals with special needs.

  16. Community Contribution: Trained individuals can serve as community responders in emergencies, providing crucial assistance until professional help arrives.

  17. Professional Development: Standard First Aid & CPR certification is a valuable credential that can enhance job prospects, especially in roles where safety and emergency response skills are essential.

  18. Personal Satisfaction: Knowing that you have the skills to potentially save a life can provide a deep sense of personal fulfillment and purpose.


Unlock Abundant Job Opportunities with This Course


Completing a course in Standard First Aid & CPR opens up a range of job opportunities in various industries where safety and emergency response skills are highly valued. Here are some potential career paths and job opportunities:

  1. Healthcare Professions:

    • Registered Nurse (RN): First Aid & CPR skills are essential for nurses working in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, and long-term care facilities.
    • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Paramedic: These professionals provide immediate medical care in emergency situations and require extensive knowledge of First Aid & CPR.
  2. Firefighting and Emergency Services:

    • Firefighter: Firefighters are often first on the scene in emergencies and are trained in First Aid & CPR to provide immediate care until medical professionals arrive.
  3. Law Enforcement:

    • Police Officer: Police officers are often the first to arrive at scenes of emergencies. First Aid & CPR training is crucial for providing initial medical care to victims.
  4. Education and Childcare:

    • Teacher or Childcare Provider: Having First Aid & CPR certification is crucial for educators and childcare providers to ensure the safety and well-being of children.
  5. Recreation and Sports:

    • Lifeguard: Lifeguards are responsible for the safety of swimmers and need First Aid & CPR skills to respond to emergencies in aquatic environments.
    • Sports Coach or Trainer: Coaches and trainers benefit from First Aid & CPR training to respond to injuries and emergencies during practices and games.
  6. Hospitality and Tourism:

    • Hotel Staff: Staff members in hotels, resorts, and other hospitality settings benefit from First Aid & CPR training to respond to guest emergencies.
    • Tour Guides: Tour guides often work in remote or outdoor settings and having First Aid & CPR skills is essential for addressing injuries or medical issues.
  7. Construction and Industrial Settings:

    • Construction Worker: In potentially hazardous environments, having First Aid & CPR knowledge is critical for responding to injuries and accidents.
    • Safety Officer: Safety officers are responsible for ensuring a safe working environment and are often required to have First Aid & CPR certification.
  8. Fitness and Wellness:

    • Personal Trainer or Fitness Instructor: Trainers and instructors can provide a safer exercise environment by having First Aid & CPR skills in case of emergencies.
  9. Security Personnel:

    • Security Guard: Security guards may need to respond to medical emergencies or incidents, making First Aid & CPR training valuable.
  10. Nonprofit and Community Organizations:

    • Community Volunteer: Being trained in First Aid & CPR is valuable for volunteers who may be involved in community events or disaster response.
  11. Volunteer Emergency Services:

    • Search and Rescue Team Member: Volunteer teams involved in search and rescue operations require First Aid & CPR skills for emergency situations.
  12. Transportation Industry:

    • Bus Driver: Having First Aid & CPR skills is important for ensuring passenger safety and responding to medical emergencies during transit.
  13. Retail and Customer Service:

    • Retail Manager: Managers in retail settings can benefit from First Aid & CPR training to ensure the safety of customers and staff.

Remember that specific job requirements may vary depending on the employer and location. Additionally, regularly renewing and refreshing First Aid & CPR certification is crucial to ensure that skills remain current and effective.