Get certified for the workplace and build your resume by attending standard, emergency or occupational first aid courses in Surrey, B.C. with Vancouver First Aid. This provider even provides participants with the opportunity to register for OFA level 1 combined with standard first aid to provide a 2 day first aid course that provides WorkSafe BC certification. All awards provided through this provider are valid for 3 years throughout Canada and meet a number of workplace and academic requirements. Over 7000 people were certified with this popular Lower Mainland provider in 2013. This training provider has 2 training locations in Surrey with one in Newton and the other in Whalley. Learn to manage emergencies including broken bones, head injuries, seizures, poisonings, heat stroke, choking and many more by enrolling in a popular standard first aid and CPR training course in Surrey using the contact information provided below.
Contacting This Provider
To contact Vancouver First Aid Ltd. about courses in Surrey, B.C. or any other first aid services you may require (more information about this below) use the following contact information:
- On-line Registration Available at: http://vancouverfirstaid.ca/about/locations/surrey/
- Email Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 604-785-7467
- Training Address (in-person registration available) – 7238 137th Street Unit #106, Surrey BC. V3W 1A4
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What Will I Learn in a Standard First Aid and CPR Course in Surrey?
Participants that enrol in this popular two day course will learn about the following topics:
- Using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
- Effective CPR techniques as recommended by the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR)
- Managing breathing emergencies such as fully obstructed airways, allergic reactions, asthma and hyperventilation
- Managing serious circulatory emergencies including cardiac arrest, angina, heart attacks, deadly internal / external bleeding and shock
- Managing bleeding emergencies and wounds including abrasions, embedded objects, amputations, avulsions and infections
- Managing environmental emergencies including poisonings, hypothermia, frost-bite, heat exhaustion, heat stroke and heat cramps
- Managing sudden medical emergencies including seizures
- Participants will also learn how to stay safe and be prepared during an emergency.
Learn about these topics and more by registering for a standard first aid class in Surrey today.
What Courses Are Available with this Provider?
Participants have the option of registering for a number of different courses with this provider in Surrey. Here’s a list of popular courses outside of standard first aid:
- Emergency first aid
- Childcare first aid
- Occupational first aid
- CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” (no first aid)
- Food Safe Level 1
- Food Safe level 2
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Life Support
- Babysitting Training
- H2S Awareness
- On-Line WHMIS
- On-Line TDG
- On-Line MSDS
- Private Infant CPR Courses
- Pet First Aid
Use the contact information posted above to register or inquire about any of the above courses.
How Much Does a Standard First Aid Course Cost?
This provider offers the lowest prices for workplace approved standard first aid training. Here’s a price list of full courses and re-certifications:
- Standard first aid, CPR level “C” and AED – 134.99
- Standard first aid, CPR level “HCP” and AED – 139.99
- Standard first aid, CPR and AED Re-Certification – 79.99
To register for a course use the contact information from above.
Commitment to Customers
Vancouver First Aid is committed to offering trainees the best classes in top-notch training facilities. Only the latest information is taught to trainees by workplace approved certified instructors. Certification is quick and easy as well, because Vancouver First Aid never cancels scheduled classes.
Did You Know?
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Sepsis occurs when an infection reaches the bloodstream, causing inflammation throughout the body. If left untreated and unmanaged, you will notice these signs and symptoms in severe sepsis.
- Significant decrease in urine output
- Change in mental status
- Low platelet count
- Trouble breathing
- Abdominal pain
Head over to the Vancouver First Aid training center in Surrey and enrol in a course today!