We offer the Canadian Red Cross First Responder course at our training centers throughout the Lower Mainland. This course follows the Red Cross curriculum and provides training for professional first responders or individuals that want to become first responders. Participants that successfully complete this 40 course will receive a certificate that states training as a first responder with CPR level HCP and AED. This certificate is valid for 3 years. To register for this course scroll to the bottom of the page to view available course dates, times and locations.
How Do I Register for this Course?
To register for the course scroll to the bottom of the page and select the date, time and location from below. Registration is available also by telephone (778-709-9180) and email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How Long is the Course?
This is a 40 hour course that is taught over the course of several days. More information about the course schedule is available once you select the course date, time and location from below.
How Much Does the First Responder course Cost?
We offer this course at 650.00 Our course fee includes the emergency care workbook and Red Cross certification costs.
Participants must have a current CPR level “C” or higher award.
How Long is My Certification Valid for?
Participants that successfully complete the course will receive a certificate that is valid for 3 years.
What content is included in the course?
The following is a quick outline of the course content:
- Preparing to respond
- Establishing priorities of care
- Traumatic Injuries
- Medical Emergencies
- Special Populations and Situations
Refunds and transfers are not accepted within 1 week of the course. Prior to this time participants can receive a full refund or transfer to another course.