Vancouver First Aid is the largest workplace approved training provider in Surrey and the Lower Mainland. Customers can select from workplace approved WEFA training, two-day comprehensive (standard) training or childcare first aid classes. Participants can also register for CPR “only” courses such as level “HCP”, “C” and “A”. All classes include automated external defibrillator (AED) training. Participants will practise using the latest equipment with experienced and knowledgeable teachers. Participants that complete first aid and CPR courses in Surrey with this provider will receive workplace and academic approved certification that is valid for 3 years throughout Canada. Re-certification courses are also available for participants that meet the prerequisites and want to renew expiring awards. Other courses available with this provider include on-line WHMIS and TDG as well as food safe level 1 and level 2 courses. To register for any of the above mentioned courses or for WorkSafe BC approved first aid and CPR courses in Surrey complete the registration form on this site or click the link below.
Additional information on classes and schedules for courses in Surrey can be found on this training providers website. You can visit the site by clicking here.
Vancouver First Aid in Surrey
- Address: 7238 137th, Street Surrey, V3W 1V3
- Telephone: 778-709-9180
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://vancouverfirstaid.ca
For additional information on the location, see the map below. The main training center in Surrey is easily accessible, within walking distance to public transport, restaurants, and shops. The location below is in the business centre of Surrey Newton.
First Aid and / or CPR Courses Available in Surrey
By taking you first aid and / or CPR training in Surrey you will learn the latest ILCOR and American Heart Association approved CPR, AED and first aid techniques.
To get an idea of the concept “Push Hard and Fast” (and get a laugh!), watch the video below.
Popular courses offered by this provider include the following:
Standard first aid – this course is typically partnered with CPR level “C”, however, participants can opt for CPR “HCP” to partner with the course. The cost of the course is 134.99 (136.99 for HCP). It is a two day course that is offered on weekdays and on weekends. Participants will learn about the workplace approved, sudden medical emergencies, how to use an AED, the EMS system, respiratory emergencies, circulatory emergencies, wound management, environmental emergencies and legalities of first aid and CPR in Canada and B.C. Re-certification courses are available for this course for participants with current and credible awards.
Emergency first aid – this one day course is typically referred to as “basic first aid” and typically includes CPR level “A”, however, level’s “C” and “HCP” can also partner with the course. This course costs 79.99 and takes 8 hours to complete. Basic concepts in CPR, AED, respiratory, circulatory and wound management are taught in this class.
Workplace emergency first aid (WEFA) – this course is a workplace approved course that is only offered in British Columbia. This course meets Worksafe BC requirements for occupational first aid level 1 certification. 100% attendance is mandatory for this course which requires 8 hours to complete. This course is a one day course. This course costs 79.99.
Emergency childcare first aid – this course must be partnered with CPR level “B” and is designed for individuals that work in the childcare / daycare industry. This course is an intensive first aid class that requires 8 to 10 hours to complete. Wall mount and wallet sized certification is provided at the end of the course. Certification is valid for 3 years. This course costs 79.99
What Other Courses Are Available?
The following courses are also available in Surrey:
- On-Line WHMIS
- On-Line Fire Safety
- On-Line TDG
- Food Safe Level 1
- Food Safe Level 2
- First Responder Training
- Pet First Aid
- Babysitting Training
For more information about all of the courses available in Surrey visit the website.
Who Takes First Aid Training in Surrey?
A large number of different employment types are required to take to first aid training in Surrey. They include, but are not limited to:
- Security Guards
- Massage Therapists
- Canadian Border Service Agents
- Construction Workers
- Oil Workers
- Nursing Students
- RN Nurses
- LPN Nurses
- Medical School Students
- Fitness Instructors
- Fitness Trainers
- Office Workers
- Government Employees
- Engineering Services Employees
- Childcare / Daycare Workers
- Retirement Home Employees
Participants that take first aid training with this Surrey provider can be assured they will receive certification that meets workplace and academic requirements.
Private classes are also available for trainees who are unable to enrol in a regular class schedule. Usually companies or big groups who request a separate class and schedule take private classes. Rates vary depending on the type of course, number of participants and charitable status of the organization.
Did You Know?
Testing diabetes with the Oral Glucose Tolerance (OGT) test
Though rarely used with the popularity and accuracy of the fasting blood sugar and HbA1C test, the OGT can also be used to diagnose diabetes. Similar to the FBS test, an overnight fast or a fast of six hours is required before drawing a sample of blood. After the fast, a person drinks sugary liquid such as a soda or juice, and blood is drawn two hours later. A result of less than 140 mg/dL is normal. A result of more than 200 mg/dL is indicative of diabetes. Pre-diabetes is considered at a result between 140 and 199 mg/dL.
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