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Course Description​​
Standard First Aid CPR/AED
​​ Emergency First Aid CPR/AED ​​
​​Comprehensive two-day course offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need training due to work requirements or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home. Course meets legislation requirements for provincial/territorial worker safety and insurance boards and includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines.

       Course Content         Duration: 13–14 hours teaching time
  • The Red Cross
  • Preparing to respond
  • The EMS system
  • Check, Call, Care
  • Airway emergencies
  • Breathing and Circulation emergencies
  • First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest
  • Wound care
  • Head and spine injuries
  • Bone, muscle and joint injuries
  • Sudden Medical Emergencies
  • Environmental Emergencies
  • Poisons
​​Basic one-day course offering an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for the workplace
or home. Includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines.
Meets  Occupational Health and Safetyregulations for
Basic First Aid. 


        Course Content          Duration: 6.5-7.5 hours teaching time      
  •  Preparing to respond
  •  The EMS system
  •  Check, Call, Care
  •  Airway emergencies
  •  Breathing and circulation emergencies
  •  First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest
  •  Wound care
 Babysitters Course
CPR/AED
Duration: 7-8 hours          Prerequisite: Age 11 to 15

The Babysitting course, refreshed and revised, now has a greater emphasis on First Aid skills. The Canadian Red Cross Babysitting course covers everything from managing difficult behaviours to essential content on leadership and professional conduct as a babysitter. Babysitting promises to deepen and enhance the responsibility that older youth feel when caring for younger children. This updated curriculum, complete with new science, also provides improved learning when it comes to giving the appropriate care in the event of an emergency.

First Aid Content:
Check, Call, Care (includes phoning EMS/911), glove removal, recovery position, conscious choking (adult/child/baby/alone), CPR (baby/child), illness, asthma (includes use of inhaler and spacer), anaphylaxis (includes use of EpiPen), poisoning, insect stings, wound care (i.e. minor cuts and scrapes, splinters, nosebleeds, bumps and bruises, life-threatening bleeding, burns), head, neck and back injuries, broken bones, seizures


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​​Courses on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) provide the skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking for adults, children, and babies depending on the level of CPR chosen. Courses meet legislation requirements for provincial/territorial worker safety and insurance boards, and include the latest CPR guidelines and training in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).

        Level A            Duration: 4 hours
  • The Red Cross
  • Responding to Emergencies
  • Check, Call, Care
  • Recovery position
  • Choking – adult
  • Assisting with medications
  • Angina and heart attack
  • CPR and AED– adult
  • Deadly bleeding

       Level C            Duration: 5 hours
  • Level A content
  • Choking - child and baby
  • CPR - child and baby

       Level HCP      Duration: 6 hours 
  • Level C content
  • Jaw thrust
  • Pulse check
  • Rescue bre​athing—adult, child, and baby
  • BVM—adult, child, and baby
  • Two-rescuer CPR—adult, child, baby

Stay Safe! Course

Stay Safe!                    Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Prerequisite               Age 9-13
In Stay Safe youth learn the importance of responsibility and respect while being accountable for yourself, setting and following rules around safety when staying on your own, how to stay safe at home and within the community, how to prepare, recognize and respond to unexpected situations, (i.e. inclement weather, strangers, unanticipated visits) 


First Aid Content:
Check, Call, Care (includes phoning EMS/911), recovery position, conscious choking (adult/child/alone), feeling unwell, asthma (includes use of inhaler and spacer), anaphylaxis (includes use of EpiPen), poisoning, insect stings, wound care (i.e. minor cuts and scrapes, splinters, nosebleeds, bumps and bruises, life-threatening bleeding, burns)