Marine first aid is one of the most comprehensive first aid courses offered by the Red Cross. It is a 16 hour course that is designed for people wanting to / working marine environments. We offer this course in conjunction with our standard first aid course. Candidates in this course will receive automated external defibrillator (AED) training. To register for this course scroll down to the bottom of the page and fill out the registration form. Only candidates that pre-pay will be guaranteed a spot in the course.
CPR level “C” comes standard with this course.
Upon successful completion of the course, candidates will receive a Red Cross marine first aid and CPR “C” certificate. This certificate is valid for three years.
No re-certifications are available for this course. To renew your certification candidates must retake the course.
Cost of course:
The cost of this course is 130.00 dollars. Included in the course cost is certification fee’s, Red Cross first aid manual and all applicable taxes.
Length of course:
The length of this course is 16 hours. It is typically completed within two days (Saturday & Sunday).
The course is run in conjunction with a standard first aid course. The course content is almost identical to standard first aid, however, additional content is added for anatomy and spinal and head injuries.
Candidates must be at least 12 years of age. No other prerequisites are required.
**Dates: Two dates are required to complete a Marine First Aid with CPR “C” and AED course. The dates posted below are the start dates.
*Refunds or transfer of courses are only accepted 72 hours prior to course.