How long is this course?
This is a one day course and is 6.5–7.5 hours and includes CPR Level A or C and AED; adheres to local legislation. It is a 3 year certification in Standard First Aid, CPR “C” or “A”, and AED.
What is required to complete this Recertification course?
- You need to have 100% attendance and participation as well a 75% min. passing grade on a written, closed book exam as well as adherence to the Fundamental Principles.
- You need to have a current and valid Standard First Aid & CPR “C” Certificate. If your certificate is expired by even 1 day, you will be required to take the 2 day course again. Ensure that your current provider meets the criteria for recertification through Red Cross. If unsure, please email us and we will let you know.
Includes any other content required by specific legislation.
What’s covered in this course?
The following topics are included in the course: the Red Cross, preparing to respond, the EMS (911 system), choking (adult, child & baby), CPR/AED (adult, child & baby), breathing emergencies, circulatory emergencies, wound care, sudden medical emergencies (such as diabetes, seizures, mental health issues), head & spine injuries, splinting and slings, poisons (including animals and environmental and opioid), and hot and cold emergencies (hyperthermia and hypothermia). We also cover OH&S topics in this course.
- First Aid & CPR manual (print that can be purchase and/or eBook)
- Comprehensive Guide to First Aid & CPR (eBook)
- Standard First Aid certificate (digital certificate issued upon successful completion)