Standard 1st Aid

Standard First Aid Training

Standard First Aid Training

Standard first aid and CPR is easily the most favoured first-aid and CPR program available for Canadians. This is a comprehensive training course that includes a long list of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation concepts. Candidates will also attain cardiopulmonary resuscitation instruction when in the lesson. Standard first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation re-certification programs are also accessible through St Mark James. This article will cover your alternatives and the details of a basic, two-day standard first aid class.

Standard 1st Aid Course Details

Program Lengths

The time it takes to complete a Standard first aid and CPR program ranges from 14 to More than 20 hrs. The length of time is dependent on the type of CPR opted with the program along with the competency and experience level of the individuals. The length of the training course does not consider breaks. The length of the course varies depending on the province in which you are taking the course. For more information about the length of the course contact the workplace approved provider in your region by selecting from the main menu “location’s” tab.

Program Fee

The fee for a standard first-aid and CPR class runs from 110 to 160 dollars. The cost is based on your physical location, your options and supplier that you’ve decided on. Within the cost of the training course are St Mark James accreditation fees and guide book.

CPR / AED Education in the Class

Typically CPR level “C”, which has cardiopulmonary resuscitation education for adult, infant and child patients, is included within the program. At teaching locations potential customers have the choice of advancing to a CPR “HCP” course.. An added rate is priced for CPR HCP. All cardiopulmonary resuscitation lessons include learning in the effective use of AED’s.

Course Content of Standard First-aid

Customers that register into the training course will learn about cardiovascular and respiratory emergencies, spinal and basic injuries, head and neck trauma, environmental emergencies, CPR and AED usage. These emergencies and much more are discussed in detail within the workplace approved standard first aid course.

Adult and Infant CPR Mannequins used during Standard First Aid

Adult and Infant CPR Mannequins used during Standard First Aid

Standard First-aid Re-Certification

All the first aid course providers offer standard first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation renewals. These kinds of courses need a portion of the time and customarily cost you significantly less. Contact the provider in your region to determine if you are eligible for a standard first aid re-certification course.

Registration

To register for a standard first aid program visit our 1st aid and CPR locations page to view all of our training partners in your region. We are partnered with a number of workplace approved 1st aid and CPR providers throughout Canada. Our providers are located in Toronto, Vancouver, Kelowna, Victoria, Halifax, Mississauga, Thunder Bay, Red Deer, Saskatoon, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Hamilton and Windsor. These providers are the premier and lowest workplace approved providers in the region.

Standard First-aid Certification

Persons that complete the class will get a document that reveals achievement of standard first-aid, and education in the utilization of AED’s.

Register for standard first aid training right now to have the most extensive first aid schooling available.