First Aid and CPR Courses in Surrey

First Aid and CPR Courses in Surrey

First Aid and CPR Courses in Surrey

Do you need to strengthen your resume and build your confidence? Learn to provide life-saving help and get workplace approved certification in Surrey by taking first aid courses with a credible provider. Vancouver First Aid has several training centres in Surrey with the main centre located in the business centre of Surrey Newton. A large number of courses are available including on-line safety training, food safe level 1 & 2, occupational first aid level 1, two-day standard first aid, stand-alone CPR and AED courses, re-certifications, private infant CPR classes and private group courses for businesses. The most popular first aid and CPR course, standard first aid, teaches participants how to manage varying emergencies including how

Surrey First Aid Classroom

Surrey First Aid Classroom

Vancouver First Aid in Surrey Contact Information

  • Phone Number: 778-709-9180
  • Email: info@vancouverfirstaid.ca
  • Website: http://vancouverfirstaid.ca

Training Center Locations

  • 7238 137th, Street Surrey, V3W 1V3
  • 10114 King George Hwy, Surrey, BC V3T 2W4

For more information about the training centre, directions and to view available amenities nearby check out the following map:

Rates

The training course rates are the lowest offered in Vancouver. All rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and St Mark James registration fees. Trainees don’t have to worry about additional expenses because all training materials such as manuals are included in the initial enrolment fee. If a trainee chooses to drop out of a course, full refunds are given as long the trainee gives a 72-hour notice.

Classes

CPR Training Courses

CPR training courses are offered in three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP” (4, 5, and 6 hours long). AEDs are machines able to detect heart rhythms and apply needed shock to restart the heart.Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines by the American Heart Association are the focus of training in providing CPR and AED. Updated techniques and pathways are part of the CPR training course offered by Vancouver First Aid.

Head Injuries

Treating head injuries is one of the topics covered in first aid classes.

Stand-alone Classes

Trainees who do not wish to undergo the entire training course can enroll in stand-alone classes for basic first aid or CPR and AED training only. Basic first aid classes are the most popular training courses offered by Vancouver First Aid. First aid classes cover a variety of emergency situations from simple cuts and scrapes to sprains. Vancouver First Aid assures that its trainees will receive the best training in first aid and safety.

Private Classes

Private classes are offered to big groups or companies who request a separate class and schedule for training. Trainees who are unable to enrol in regular schedules may also choose private classes.

Certification

All training courses are overseen by St Mark James and taught by St Mark James certified trainors. Trainees who are able to complete a training course will be awarded a certifcate for first aid, CPR, and AED training, valid for three years. Vancouver First Aid also offered refresher courses held at least twice a week for renewal of expiring or near-expiry certificates.

Facilties

The training centers are outfitted with high-end equipment used for first aid training. The classrooms are spacious and air-conditioned to ensure the trainees optimum level of education. Vancouver First Aid training has two training centers in the Surrey area, both conveniently located near public transportation and restaurants.

Enrolment

Enrolment can be completed using the on-line application form below. Other enrolment methods are through e-mail, telephone call, and walk-ins at the training center. More information about available classes and schedules are on the Vancouver First Aid website.

Did You Know?

Insulin and diabetes

One of the most important organs in our body is the pancreas. It is located just below the stomach and secretes a hormone called insulin. When we digest food, our body processes its glucose for energy. Any excess glucose is stored away. When the glucose levels get too high, the pancreas secret insulin to help the glucose levels come down. With diabetes type 1, the pancreas do not produce insulin at all. This is usually a genetic problem and manifests in children. In diabetes type 2, our cells become insulin-resistant due to prolonged exposure to high levels of glucose. With continuously high glucose levels, there is constantly high-levels of insulin in the blood, which in turn causes the pancreas to stop or lessen insulin production.

More about diabetes when you enrol in a first aid training class at Surrey First Aid.