CPR Training Courses in Victoria

CPR Training Courses in Victoria

CPR Training Courses in Victoria

Learn the latest American Heart Association and International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) CPR, AED and rescue techniques by enrolling in a course with Victoria First Aid.  This provider offers a number of courses including basic life support, advanced life support, WorkSafe BC approved first aid, two-day standard first aid, re-certifications, workplace safety programs, private courses and stand-alone CPR classes. This provider is exceptionally popular because of its centrally located training centre, experienced teachers, low prices and convenient registration. The Victoria First Aid shows a complete list of courses here, and registration is available through a variety of different methods. You can use the contact form available on this page to also reach this provider. Become a part of the chain of survival and learn valuable lifesaving skills by enrolling in a course today.

To Register for a St Mark James First Aid and / or CPR Training Course in Victoria Click Here

How to Register for a Course in Victoria

This provider offers a large number of courses (complete list available below) with a number of different ways for participants to register. Use the following information to register for a course or to contact this Vancouver Island workplace safety, first aid, CPR and food safe provider:

  • Telephone: 1-888-870-7002
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: http://www.firstaidcprvictoria.ca

Offered courses

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Basic first aid classes include skill development in injury immobilization.

This provider offers a wide number of courses that vary in length and time. Check out the full list of courses available in Victoria:

  • Standard first aid
  • Occupational first aid level 1
  • Emergency first aid
  • Childcare first aid
  • CPR level ‘A’
  • CPR level ‘C’
  • CPR level ‘C’ for health care providers (also known as CPR “HCP”)
  • Basic Life Support (BLS)
  • Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
  • Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS)
  • Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
  • Fire Safety
  • Food Safe level 1
  • Food Safe level 2
  • Private Infant CPR Training
  • Marine First Aid
  • Babysitting Training
  • First Aid and CPR Re-certifications
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG)

Use the contact information provided above to register for a course today.

Are Re-Certifications Available?

Participants looking to renew expiring awards can do so by attending re-certification classes. The following awards can be re-certified:

  • Standard first aid and CPR
  • Standard childcare first aid and CPR
  • CPR level “C” and AED
  • CPR level “HCP” and AED

In order to be eligible for a re-certification participants must meet the following requirements

  • Previous certificate must be current
  • Previous certificate must be from a credible provider (view list below for samples of credible providers)
  • Previous certificate must be from a Canadian provider

The following is a list of credible Canadian providers in which re-certification awards can be issued to:

  • St. Johns Ambulance
  • St. Mark James Training
  • Vancouver First Aid
  • Canadian Ski Patrol
  • The Heart and Stroke Foundation

Use the contact information posted above to register for a re-certification course today.

Instructors and Facilities

All courses are overseen by St Mark James and taught by St Mark James certified instructors. The courses are taught in high-end training centres with spacious classrooms equipped with the latest training technology in first aid, CPR, and AED.

Did You Know?

Casts

If a person gets a bone broken or fractured, it is usually placed in a cast to immobilize it. A cast can be made of plaster or fibreglass and is made to keep the injured limb or bone from moving as it heals. A doctor sets the bone either through surgery or manually setting the break before the cast is placed on the area. After setting the bone, soft cotton is wrapped around the area, after which the plaster or fibreglass encases it. To allow room for swelling, casts will often have holes and cuts.

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