Standard First Aid Training in Victoria

Standard First Aid Training in Victoria

Standard First Aid Training in Victoria

Victoria First Aid, in partnership with St Mark James, offers participants and students with the largest selection of first aid, CPR and food safe certification courses in Victoria. Theses courses meet workplace requirements, enhance your resume and teach you valuable health and safety standards. Certification and refresher courses are available at the lowest rates in the area. Because all courses are overseen and taught by St Mark James, trainees get the best training possible. No other training service provider can give you higher quality training than Victoria First Aid with its clean facilities that are conveniently located in the heart of Victoria. Registration for standard first aid training in Victoria can be completed using the link or contact information posted below.

To register for a training course with Victoria First Aid, visit the Victoria First Aid website here. Trainees are also encouraged to complete their registration via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-in during business hours in any of Victoria First Aid’s training centers.

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Course outline of Standard First Aid Training

  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation for child and adult subjects
  • Automated external defibrillator training for adult and child patients
  • Cardiovascular system and Respiratory system emergency management
  • Unexpected Health and Environmental situations

Combined first aid and CPR training courses are available in different levels for different kinds of certification. All levels include cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillation (AED) training.

Standard first aid classes are very comprehensive, covering a wide range of first aid skills for different emergency situations. This course is the most advanced out of the set of basic first aid programs available to Canadians. Trainees spend a lot of class hours honing their skills on with the latest training equipment in spacious and well-maintained training rooms.

CPR ‘Only’ Classes

BVM

Bag valve mask used to provide rescue breaths for CPR HCP training.

Trainees who want to enrol in a specific  stand-alone classes for CPR can select from three level’s ‘A’, ‘C’ or ‘HCP’.

Private Training

Private classes are also available, usually offered to big groups and companies who request separate training classes.

Re-Certifications

Refresher courses for renewal of expiring certificates are available twice a week at Victoria First aid. Re-certifications are only available for food safe, standard, emergency and stand-alone CPR ‘C’ and ‘HCP courses. Certain prerequisites must be met prior to registration.

Certificates

Trainees who complete and pass a course receive St Mark James training certificates, valid for three years throughout Canada. The certificates are sure to meet whatever requirements the trainee needs.

Course rates

Courses are offered at very cheap prices. Rates include taxes, certificates, and St Mark James registration fees. Training manuals and equipment are also included in the initial fees so trainees don’t have to worry about additional expenses.

Trainees who drop out are entitled to full refunds, as long as a 72-hour notice was given.

Did You Know?

Skin abrasions

Cuts and scrapes – skin abrasions – are common in children and teenagers who like to roughhouse. You can get them by falling down or getting into an accident. Minor skin abrasions don’t usually require medical attention because they heal on their own but it is important that you keep them clean and free from infection.

Easy things to remember…

  • Stop the bleeding with a clean piece of cloth or gauze and light pressure. Keep the wound elevated above the heart, if possible.
  • Wash the wound with soap and water (do not do this with an animal bite) or just clean water or saline.
  • You can use clean tweezers to remove small bits of dirt or other particles from the wound.
  • You can use iodine to clean the wound and the skin around it. Clean the wound first then the skin around the area.
  • Use an antibiotic cream like Neosporin or Polysporin on the wound.
  • Cover the wound with a band-aid or gauze and bandages.