Courses- Doctors First Aid Canadian Red Cross CPR AED London, ON


Doctors’ First Aid is offering Canadian Red Cross Courses IN CLASS as Follows:

IA- CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)/AED Level “C”.

   From 9am-3pm.
WSIB Compliant.
Is a basic course covers how to help and do first aid in case of:
– Shock, fainting and unconsciousness.
– Recovery position.
– Adult conscious chocking, kids conscious chocking and baby chocking.
– Stroke and T.I.A. “transient ischemic attack”.
– Heart attack and angina.
– Internal and external bleeding.
– CPR for adults, kids and babies.
– Information about AED and how to use with CPR.

 

IB- CPR/AED Course Level HCP (Health Care Provider):

From 9am – 3pm.
WSIB Compliant.


– Shock, fainting and unconsciousness.
– Recovery position.
– Adult conscious chocking, kids conscious chocking and baby chocking.
– Stroke and T.I.A. “transient ischemic attack”.
– Heart attack and angina.
– Internal and external bleeding.
– CPR for adults, kids and babies.
– Information about AED and how to use with CPR.

PLUS extra skills required for Health Care Providers:
– How to check the pulse in adults, kids and babies.
– How to perform “Jaw Thrust” for Head& Spine injuries.
– How to use BVM “Bag Valve Mask”.
– How to “Perform Rescue Breathing Only CPR”.
– Two-rescuer CPR—adult, child, baby.

 

 

IIA- Emergency First Aid CPR/AED Course Level “C”:

From 9am-4:30pm.
WSIB Compliant.

– Shock, fainting and unconsciousness.
– Recovery position.
– Adult conscious chocking, kids conscious chocking and baby chocking.
– Stroke and T.I.A. “transient ischemic attack”.
– Heart attack and angina.
– Internal and external bleeding.
– CPR for adults, kids and babies.
– Information about AED and how to use with CPR.
– Wound Care, like burns and impaled objects.

 

 

IIB- Emergency First Aid CPR/AED Course Level HCP “Health Care Provider”

From 9am-4:30pm
WSIB Compliant.

– Shock, fainting and unconsciousness.
– Recovery position.
– Adult conscious chocking, kids conscious chocking and baby chocking.
– Stroke and T.I.A. “transient ischemic attack”.
– Heart attack and angina.
– Internal and external bleeding.
– CPR for adults, kids and babies.
– Information about AED and how to use with CPR.
– Wound Care, like burns and impaled objects.

PLUS extra skills required for Health Care Providers:
– How to check the pulse in adults, kids and babies.
– How to perform “Jaw Thrust” for Head& Spine injuries.
– How to use BVM “Bag Valve Mask”.
– How to “Perform Rescue Breathing Only CPR”.
– Two-rescuer CPR—adult, child, baby.

 

IIIA- Standard First Aid CPR/AED Course Level “C”:

Duration: 2 Days (From 9am-4:30pm).
WSIB Compliant.

– Shock, fainting and unconsciousness.
– Recovery position.
– Adult conscious chocking, kids conscious chocking and baby chocking.
– Stroke and T.I.A. “transient ischemic attack”.
– Heart attack and angina.
– Internal and external bleeding.
– CPR for adults, kids and babies.
– Information about AED and how to use with CPR.
– Wound Care, like burns and impaled objects.
– Head and Spine injuries.
– Bone, Muscle and Joint injuries (Sprain, Strain, Fractures and Dislocations).
– Sudden Medical Emergencies (Diabetic Emergency, Seizures, Mental Health       Crisis and Imminent Childbirth).
– Environmental Emergencies (Heat Stroke, Frostbite, Snow blindness and             Hypothermia).
– Poisoning (Swallowed poisoning, Injected poisoning, Absorbed poisoning and     Inhaled poisoning).

 

 

 

 

IIIB- Standard First Aid CPR/AED Course Level HCP (Health Care Provider).

Duration: 2 Days (9am-4:30pm).
WSIB Compliant

– Shock, fainting and unconsciousness.
– Recovery position.
– Adult conscious chocking, kids conscious chocking and baby chocking.
– Stroke and T.I.A. “transient ischemic attack”.
– Heart attack and angina.
– Internal and external bleeding.
– CPR for adults, kids and babies.
– Information about AED and how to use with CPR.
– Wound Care, like burns and impaled objects.
– Head and Spine injuries.
– Bone, Muscle and Joint injuries (Sprain, Strain, Fractures and Dislocations).
– Sudden Medical Emergencies (Diabetic Emergency, Seizures, Mental Health       Crisis and ImminentChildbirth).
– Environmental Emergencies (Heat Stroke, Frostbite, Snow blindness and             Hypothermia).
– Poisoning (Swallowed poisoning, Injected poisoning, Absorbed poisoning and     Inhaled poisoning).

PLUS extra skills required for Health Care Providers:
– How to check the pulse in adults, kids and babies.
– How to perform “Jaw Thrust” for Head& Spine injuries.
– How to use BVM “Bag Valve Mask”.
– How to “Perform Rescue Breathing Only CPR”.
– Two-rescuer CPR—adult, child, baby.

 

Canadian Red Cross Course Completion Requirements:

– Full attendance 100%, physically and mentally.
– The participant should practice in the different class activities, assignments          and skills.
– Passing the MCQ test at the end of the course (Passing Grade 75%).
– Respecting others (The instructors and the participants).
– Adherence to The Red Cross Fundamentals.
– Punctuality.

Doctors’ First Aid is offering Canadian Red Cross Blended Learning Courses as follows:

Canadian Red Cross Blended learning courses are tailored courses, to meet the participants timetable needs. The student will take the course partially on line (after successful registration, a PIN will be sent through the email, to start onine part); and partially in class after completing the online portion.

 

On attendance the participant should show the hardcopy printed “Online Certificate” to the instructor, to do the in class part and skills as well.

 

IA- CPR/AED Blended Learning Course Level C:

3 hours online Learning, then 3 hours In Class teaching (Maximum 3 weeks after Online part Completion).

 

Courses meet legislation requirements for provincial/territorial worker safety and insurance boards (WSIB), and include the latest CPR guidelines and training in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).

 

 

IB- CPR/AED Blended Learning Course Level HCP (Health Care Provider):

3 hours online Learning, then 3 hours In Class teaching time (Maximum 3 weeks after Online part Completion).

Courses meet legislation requirements for provincial/territorial worker safety and insurance boards (WSIB), and include the latest CPR guidelines and training in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).

PLUS extra skills required for Health Care Providers:
– How to check the pulse in adults, kids and babies.
– How to perform “Jaw Thrust” for Head& Spine injuries.
– How to use BVM “Bag Valve Mask”.
– How to “Perform Rescue Breathing Only CPR”.
– Two-rescuer CPR—adult, child, baby.

 

IIA- Emergency First Aid CPR/AED Blended Learning Course Level C:

4 hours online Learning, then 4 hours In Class teaching time (Maximum 3 weeks after Online part Completion).

 

Courses meet legislation requirements for provincial/territorial worker safety and insurance boards (WSIB), and include the latest CPR guidelines and training in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).

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 OHS regulations for Basic First Aid. Exceeds competitors’ standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED.

 

IIB- Emergency First Aid CPR/AED Blended Learning Course Level HCP (Health Care Provider):

4 hours online Learning, then 5 hours In Class teaching time (Maximum 3 weeks after Online part Completion).

Courses meet legislation requirements for provincial/territorial worker safety and insurance boards (WSIB), and include the latest CPR guidelines and training in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).

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 OHS regulations for Basic First Aid. Exceeds competitors’ standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED.

 

PLUS extra skills required for Health Care Providers:
– How to check the pulse in adults, kids and babies.
– How to perform “Jaw Thrust” for Head& Spine injuries.
– How to use BVM “Bag Valve Mask”.
– How to “Perform Rescue Breathing Only CPR”.
– Two-rescuer CPR—adult, child, baby.

 

 

IIIA- Standard First Aid CPR/AED Blended Learning Course Level C:

Blended Standard First Aid: 8 hours online learning, 5.5-7.5 hours teaching time.

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.

 

 

IIIB- Standard First Aid CPR/AED Blended Learning Course Level HCP (Health Care Provider):

Blended Standard First Aid: 8 hours online learning, 5.5-7.5 hours teaching time.

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.

PLUS extra skills required for Health Care Providers:
– How to check the pulse in adults, kids and babies.
– How to perform “Jaw Thrust” for Head& Spine injuries.
– How to use BVM “Bag Valve Mask”.
– How to “Perform Rescue Breathing Only CPR”.
– Two-rescuer CPR—adult, child, baby.

 

Recertification Courses:

Canadian Red Cross certificates are valid for 3 years. If the participant registered for “Recertification Course” before the expiry date, so the “Recertification Courses” would shorter in time and cheaper.
But, if the student missed the registration before the expiry dates, the student has to take the course from the scratch.

Standard First Aid CPR/AED courses are allowed to be recertified, within 3 years before the expiry date ONLY once; but the course after the Recertification by 3 years should be from the scratch. In other words Standard First Aid CPR/AED courses could be recertified ONLY once every 3 years.

 

CPR/AED Recertification Course:

Level C: Duration 4hours.
Level HCP (Health Care Provider): Duration 5 hours.

 

Standard First Aid CPR/AED Recertification Course:

Level C: Duration 8 hours.
Level HCP (Health Care Provider): 9 hours.

N.B: Emergency First Aid CPR /AED Recertification would be CPR /AED Recertification. 

 

Canadian Red Cross Recertification Courses Requirements:

– Previous Certificates should be issued from The Canadian Red Cross, Not from St. Jones Ambulance , Heart And Stroke Foundation , American Heart Association or any other providing body rather than The Canadian Red Cross.

– Piece of photo ID plus the Canadian Red Cross Valid Certificate on time of attendance.
– Adherence to The Red Cross Fundamental Principles.
-The student should practice in the different class activities, assignments and skills.
– Passing the MCQ test at the end of the course, it’s CLOSED BOOK and individual test, (Passing Grade 75%).
– Respecting others (The instructors and the participants).
– Punctuality.

Red Cross Partner

All Fees Are NON REFUNDABLE.
Reschedule Fees CAD $25/Person.
Cash/Cheques /PayPal Are Acceptable.
No Interac  Payment Option.

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