First Aid and CPR Courses in Victoria

First Aid and CPR Courses in Victoria
First Aid and CPR Courses in Victoria

Victoria First Aid is the top training service provider of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) training. A number of classes are offered to prospective trainees, at various schedules throughout the week. Certain courses are also available during weekends so finding the right schedule for you is easy. Enrolment can be completed using the application form below or e-mail. Calls and walk-ins at the training center are also highly encouraged. You can’t go wrong with Victoria First Aid so enrol now!

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Additional information on classes and schedules can be found on the Victoria First Aid website.

Victoria First Aid training courses offer the latest information regarding first aid, CPR, and AED training.

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Use the latest CPR training equipment.

All training courses are taught by St Mark James certified educators. Trainees are ensured of up-to-date knowledge and skills when they enrol in a training course.

All training courses (CPR A, C, HCP) are inclusive of basic first aid. Like CPR and AED training classes, basic first aid has become one of the most popular courses offered by Victoria First Aid. Basic first aid is not only a training course for health care providers, but for everybody. Skill development is the focus of basic first aid training, coupled with a knowledge database for management of different injuries.

One of the special first aid topics is managing seizure episodes, especially tonic-clonic or Grand Mal seizures that involve the contraction and relaxation of the muscles of the upper and lower extremities. The video below will give you a short introduction to seizure management.

Victoria First Aid offers the most competitive rates for all training courses.

Training course rates at Victoria First Aid are offered at the lowest possible rates in the area. Rates are worth every cent because they are inclusive of taxes, certificates, St Mark James registration fees, manuals, and equipment used during training.

Full refunds are also given to trainees who drop out of a training course, provided that the trainees inform Victoria First Aid 72-hours prior.

High-end training centers and first aid training equipment are offered at Victoria First Aid.

The training centers owned by Victoria First Aid are high-end, outfitted with the latest technology used in first aid training. The classrooms are spacious and air-conditioned to ensure the comfort of Victoria First Aid trainees during the training period. The centers are conveniently accessible by public and private transport, with restaurants and shops within walking distance.

St Mark James certification and renewals are offered at least twice a week.

Trainees who are able to complete a training course will be awarded a St Mark James certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED training. The certificate is valid for three years all throughout Canada. For trainees who wish to renew expiring or near-expiry certificates, refresher / re-certification courses are offered at least twice a week.

On-line application form for First Aid and CPR Courses in Victoria, B.C.

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    Did You Know?

    Physical activity and diabetes

    Before starting physical activity, be sure to clear it out with your doctor first. Only do activities that you enjoy or prefer, such as swimming, biking, and walking. Exercise everyday for at least 30 minutes. Remember the importance of stretching and strength exercises. If you aren’t a typically active person, start slowly and build your routine up gradually. Exercise and daily physical activity is important for diabetics because it helps use up excess sugar in the body. Remember to check blood sugar before exercising because you might need to eat a snack before starting.

    Learn more about diabetes management with Victoria First Aid.