Part-time Courses - First Aid/CPR
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|Course #||Courses||Length (Hours)||Distance||Status|
|HEAL1420||Basic Cardiac Life Support CPR/AED Recertification Level C and HCP
Description: Students must have been Basic Cardiac Life Support, CPR/AED Level C (Basic Rescuer) and HCP certified within the last year. Registrants must review the Basic Cardiac Life Support material and be prepared for an evaluation based on this material.
|HEAL1165||Canadian Red Cross First Aid and CPR Instructor Recertification
Description: CPR Instructors must currently be certified at the Standard Level of Red Cross First Aid and in CPR/AED at Level C (Basic Rescuer) and the HCP Level. Instructors must also have taught a minimum of three individual Canadian Red Cross First Aid Program courses during the three-year certification period; one of these courses must be an initial Standard First aid Certification. Certification will be verified at the beginning of class. Emphasis will be placed on re-testing skills and knowledge, not re-learning.
|HEAL1175||Canadian Red Cross First Aid Instructor
Description: This course provides candidates with the knowledge and skills to teach core Red Cross First Aid & CPR courses: Emergency and Standard First Aid, CPR/AED, Marine Basic First Aid, Emergency and Standard Child Care First Aid. It introduces group facilitation and teaching techniques using the principles of adult learning and features modular and progressive learning through individual and group assignments. An emphasis is placed on creating safe learning environments that focus on injury prevention principles and inclusion.
|HEAL1550||Emergency First Aid and CPR Level A with AED
Description: This Canadian Red Cross course is designed for First Aid personnel in the workplace and the general public. This interactive course includes injury preventions and hands on care in life-threatening situations including: choking skills, single rescuer CPR techniques for adults, introduction to AED's, bag-valve masks, prevention of disease transmission and treatment of severe bleeding. Theory based information includes soft tissue injuries, head and spine injuries, sudden medical emergencies and poisoning. Upon successful completion, a 3 year certificate from the Canadian Red Cross will be issued.
|HEAL0040||Infant/Child First Aid & CPR
Description: This course is intended for parents and family members, babysitters of infants and young children. This is a comprehensive course which covers Infant/Child CPR, airway obstructions, sudden medical emergencies, febrile seizures, sudden infant death syndrome and poisoning. NOTE: If you suffer from any of the following conditions, you are advised to consult with your physician before registering for any of the C.P.R. courses: chest pain, frequent dizziness, heart problems, high blood pressure or arthritis.
|HEAL1400||Red Cross Standard First Aid and CPR/AED Level C and HCP
Description: This course is intended for health care providers (physicians, nurses, paramedics and allied healthcare providers, e.g. RT, OT, PT) and individuals in the workplace or at home. This is a comprehensive Red Cross course which covers injury preventions and care in life-threatening situations including: choking skills, rescue breathing, CPR techniques for adults, children and infants, introduction to autonomic external defibrillators, bag-valve masks, prevention of disease transmission and treatment of severe bleeding. This course also covers musculo-skeletal and soft tissue injuries, head and spine injuries, sudden medical emergencies and poisoning. Upon successful completion, a certificate from the Canadian Red Cross will be issued.
|HEAL1410||Red Cross Standard First Aid and CPR/AED Recertification Level C and HCP
Description: Students must be certified at the Standard Level of Red Cross First Aid and in CPR/AED at Level C (Basic Rescuer) and the HCP Level. Certification will be verified at the first class. This course stresses the basic steps to follow in an emergency. Emphasis will be placed on re-testing, not re-learning.
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