Students looking for the best cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in Vancouver for very affordable rates can look no further than this workplace approved provider. Prospective students can easily register for classes in emergency, babysitting, child care, standard first aid and CPR training courses. Special classes for first aid CPR are also available. Classes are held throughout the week, including evenings and weekends for popular classes. Registration for any course can be completed using the details posted below. Participants enrolled in CPR classes in Vancouver with Vancouver First Aid will learn to promote recovery, prevent injuries and become a part of the chain of survival. Participants will learn the latest CPR and AED rescue techniques as provided by the American Heart Association and the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation.
Registration and Provider Details
To register for a CPR class in Vancouver, you can contact them using the following details. A complete list of available classes can be found on the Vancouver First Aid website, linked below. Trainees are encouraged to complete their enrolment via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-in in any of Vancouver First Aid’s training centers.
- Website: www.vancouverfirstaid.ca
- Telephone: 778-709-9180
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: 1773 Kingsway Vancouver, BC V5N 3Z8
Vancouver First Aid is located in East Vancouver by Knight / Kingsway and East King Edward. Public transportation and free parking is very near the training center. For more information about this facility, refer to the following map.
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About Vancouver First Aid
- Course costs at this provider can’t be beat. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certification fees, and training manuals. There are no additional expenses incurred during training.
- Trainees are also entitled to full refunds if they drop out, provided a 72-hour notice is given.
- It has the largest selection of training classes. Full courses, stand-alone classes, private classes, and refresher courses are available for enrolment.
- CPR full courses are available in three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. Each level has a specific certification from St Mark James and includes automated external defibrillator (AED) training.
- Stand-alone classes for CPR and first aid are also available if the student does not want to enrol in the full combined first aid, CPR and AED course.
- Big groups of trainees and companies can choose to enrol in a private classes. For inquiries regarding private classes use the contact information provided above.
- St Mark James certificates for completed training are awarded to students who are able to complete and pass a training course. The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada.
- Recertfication courses for valid certificates are held twice a week at any of the facilities in Vancouver.
- All classes are taught by St Mark James certified professionals who are known for being very friendly, accommodating, and knowledgeable.
- Workplace Emergency First Aid (WEFA) courses are available that meet WorkSafe BC first aid requirements.
St Mark James CPR Class Prices
This provider features the best prices in the Vancouver Lower Mainland. Check out the latest prices for all St Mark James CPR programs.
- CPR level “A” and AED – 45.00
- CPR level “C” and AED – 55.00
- CPR level “C” for health care providers (also known as CPR HCP) and AED – 60.00
- CPR level “C” and AED Re-Certification – 30.00
- CPR level “HC” Re-Certification – 45.00
For more information about course prices or to register for a course please use the form below or use the contact details above.
Did You Know?
The biggest complication when it comes to big wounds or major accidents (vehicle accidents, collisions, etc) is bleeding. To prevent blood loss, a training first aid rescuer should remember the following:
- Call or get someone to call for help
- Always wash your hands with soap and water, sanitizer, or alcohol before helping a victim.
- Get the victim to lie down and cover with a blanket or give additional clothing like a jacket to prevent loss of body heat. If the victim doesn’t have a head or spinal injury, position the head lower than the trunk or elevate the lower limbs and site of bleeding.
- Using gloves, remove debris from the wound. DON’T remove large or deeply embedded objects.
- Apply pressure on the wound with a cloth and your hands for at least 20 minutes then bind the wound with gauze and tape/bandage.
- Do not remove the gauze or bandage if you see blood seeping through. Just add another layer over it.
- Tourniquet a limb to temporarily stop or lessen blood flow to the affected area. You can put pressure on the nearest artery to the site as well. The main arteries on the arm are on the inside of the elbow and just below the armpit. Arteries on the leg are behind the knee and in the groin.
- Immobilize the injured limb or area when the bleeding has stopped. Leave the bandages in place.