Standard First Aid, CPR, AED
Objective: To provide more advanced first aid knowledge which consists of one day of Emergency First Aid, CPR and AED and a second day of theory and physical skills , affording the person more time to practice.
Recommended for: Workers at drilling rigs and well sites, employees driving 40 minutes plus from an ambulance or
hospital access, rescue personnel, fire marshall representatives in buildings, and those wishing to have more advanced training on dealing with sudden medical emergencies or trauma.
Certified by: Canadian Red Cross 3 year certificate card awarded after successful completion of 2 days of theory and physical skills and open book exam. With proof of ticket, a Standard First Aid Recertification can be done in one day, if it has not expired yet.
Content: CPR level A, C or HCP, AED and Emergency First Aid content plus Slings, splints, muscoloskeletal injuries, poisons, environmental injuries, head and spine, medical conditions and more. Workplace first aid certification available for Alberta
Time Commitment: 13 – 16 hours approximately
CPR Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation A, C or HCP with AED (Automatic External Defibrillator training)
Level A – One rescuer CPR for adult (age 8 and up) ,choking,heart disease, AED, EMS, Medical Legal, Primary survey
Level C – One rescuer and two rescuer CPR, and infant (0-1), child (1-8) and adult (8 and up) with CPR A content included
Level HCP – One and two rescuer CPR, AED, for infant, child and adult, bag valve mask, rescue breathing, pulse check and theory
Level A, C or HCP can be recertified in a shorter period of time, with proof of ticketing and a current card. Recommended expiry and renewal is yearly.
Recommended for: Families who wish to prevent accidents in their home and learn to respond to medical emergencies such as heart attack and stroke. would benefit from CPR A or C Rescue personnel at workplaces often enroll in CPR C, since it teaches more response techniques for different age groups and teams Medical and dental personnel and those whose Healthcare Institutions require HCP should enroll in Health Care Provider.ie dental hygienists paramedics,nurses
Time Commitment: CPR A – Up to half a day CPR C and HCP – Up to 3/4 day
Recertification’s are shorter, depending on group size
Emergency First Aid, CPR, AED
Objective: To provide a basic first aid knowledge which consists of CPR level A, C or HCP on request and basic life support skills in a one day training session.
Recommended for: Workers at gas plants and facilities where medics and rescue personnel are already present. Families, dental assistants, and the public are generally interested in this basic program.
Certified by: Canadian Red Cross
3 year certificate card awarded after successful completion of theory and physical skills plus successful completion of open book exam. It is recommended that the CPR is redone yearly , but may be done every 3 years under the First Aid umbrella. Emergency First Aid can be recertified in the next 3 years in a shorter time frame, with proof of ticketing.
Content: CPR level A, C or HCP on request, with AED. First aid objectives, EMS, Red Cross History, Medical legal information, Heart Disease signs and symptoms and risk factors, Wound Management and Burns, some Medical conditions, Shock, Primary and Secondary survey.
Time Commitment: 6.5 – 8 hours approximately
Standard Child Care First Aid CPR Course with CPR / AED – Level B
Child Care First Aid is a course designed for people who care for children: parents, home-care providers, nannies and teachers.
The Red Cross Standard Child Care First Aid Course with CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) is a comprehensive course focusing on childhood illnesses and injuries. The course is designed for child care workers in early childhood education, or for anyone desiring the skills and knowledge to deal with child and infant emergencies.
- Red Cross authorized.
- Includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines.
- Meets OHS basic first aid regulations.
- In Alberta this course is the requirement for day-care and day-home workers and meets the standards of the Alberta Family & Social Services department.
- Includes content with injury prevention
- Standard Full Course – 2 days
- Re certification Standard – 1 day
- Emergency Full Course – 1 day
- Re certification Emergency – 6 to 8 hours
(Note: to participate in a recertification course, legislation requires you to have a current first aid certificate at the time of the course.**International certificates are not valid in Canada)
Group rates may apply. We can run group courses at your facility if the size and classroom specifications are met.
Child Care First Aid Course Content:
- Red Cross
- Preparing to Respond
- EMS system
- Check, Call, Care
- Airway Emergencies
- Breathing and Circulation Emergencies
- First Aid for Respiratory & Cardiac Arrest
- Head & Spine Injuries
- Bone, Muscle, & Joint Injuries
- Wound Care
- Sudden Medical Emergencies
- Environmental Emergencies
- Childhood Illnesses
- Keeping Children Safe
- Written exam – Passing grade 75%
- This certification if valid for three years (or as legislation dictates)
- AED certification will also be included where local legislation permits (example: Alberta)
- What to bring:
- Copy of previous first aid ticket if you are recertifying
- Comfortable clothing (CPR will involve physical activity)
- In-door footwear
Blended Online Standard First Aid
The first Alberta Government approved blended Standard First Aid program, newly launched in 2013!
Objective: To provide concise and imperative information to first aiders in a new and convenient format. It consists of 2 parts:
a) 6.5 hours or more of online theory followed by
b) 6.5 hours or more of classroom participation
The online portion allows the candidates to conduct their studies on their own schedule ,with verifiable marks and a consistent training format on computer.
The classroom portion provides the physical skills practice and group participation in simulations of accidents and first aid exercises.
Content: Introduction and Objectives of First Aid, Workplace First Aiders and Legal Requirements of First Aid in Alberta, Scene Assessment, Primary Survey and CPR
CPR, Cardiovascular Emergencies, Unconsciousness, Shock, Wounds and Bleeding, Secondary Survey and History, Eye Injuries, Burns, Fractures and Dislocations, Environmental Injuries, Head Injuries, Medical Conditions, Spinal injuries and Poisoning. AED theory is presented. Optional sections: AED practice, Chest Injuries and Abdominal Injuries
Recommended for: Workers and the public who do not have time to take off 2 days to attend classroom training. Those who are interested in a very creative format with lots of simulations.
Time Commitment: 13 hours or more in total to meet workplace legislation requirements.
a) Complete the online theory. Print out the completion report and email or fax to Allstar Enviro Safety. 80% pass rate for online portion.
b) Book a classroom day for the physical skills and practical exercise portion.Bring in proof of certification and picture i.d.
c) Write a practical examination, certified by Global Training Centre and created by IPSR – Inter Provincial Safety Resources Ltd.
d) A 3 year certificate card will be awarded for Standard First aid and CPR
First Aid Awareness Online course $39.95 per course. This provides awareness information to deal with sudden emergencies in an educational format
First Aid Interactive Refresher Online course $29.95 per course. This online program simulates emergencies and encourages student participation in developing effective response strategies
CANCELLATION and REFUND POLICY: Cancellation can be done UP to 5 business days prior to the seminar for a Full refund less a docking fee for credit card transactions . Such requests must be made by phone, via a confirmed conversation with the Allstar Enviro Safety representative or in writing (email or letter that is confirmed as received).
Students who register WITHIN the 5 business days prior to the seminar can submit a request in writing (email or letter that is confirmed as received) to the Allstar Enviro Safety representative for a one month credit for that course or one of equal value. Qualified substitutions of candidates can attend the program instead, with permission of the Instructor.
Students who withdraw the day before the class without substitution will forfeit their payment. Students who do not attend the course with no notice or are over 30 minutes late will forfeit their payment.
Allstar Enviro Safety and it’s representatives assume the right to cancel or substitute a course in which minimum registration is not met or for unforeseen circumstances. We will make our best effort to rebook the program, when possible and to advise the students or employers of the cancellation or date change.
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