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Standard First Aid with CPR
 

The full Standard First Aid course includes a first aid portion AND a CPR portion.  

First Aid topics
 
  • Secondary Survey
  • Preventing of Disease Transmission
  • Injuries to the Head and Spine
  • Bone, Muscle, and Joint Injuries
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Burns
  • Sudden Medical Conditions
  • Poisons, Substance Abuse and Misuse

For the CPR portion you can choose between CPR - Level C, and CPR - Level HCP:

CPR - Level C

(previously called 'Basic Rescuer CPR')

Includes:
- CPR for adults, children, and babies
- First aid treatment for Airway, Breathing, and Circulation emergencies
- Public access AED use
 
This is the recommended CPR level for lay person rescuers, e.g. security personnel, workplace first aiders, community workers, personal support workers (PSWs), etc.
 

CPR - Level HCP

(Health Care Provider level)

Includes:
- CPR for adults, children, and babies
- First aid treatment for Airway, Breathing, and Circulation emergencies
- Public access AED use
- Rescue Breathing
- Bag Valve Mask (BVM) use
 
This is a preferred level for some health care professionals (nurses, therapists, dental assistants, etc.) and First Responders.  Anyone can take this level, but you should check with your employer or school to find out if there is a specific requirement to take this level.
 

What is included with the course?

  • Canadian Red Cross First Aid and CPR manual
  • Canadian Red Cross Certification Card (valid for three years)

Time Requirements: 14 to 16 hours

Course Fees - See course schedule for up to date pricing

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