Kelowna First Aid is the top training service provider for first aid courses, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) training in the Kelowna Area. Trainees can sign up for training courses, stand-alone classes, private classes, and refresher courses. Classes are offered in a variety of different schedules so you’re sure to get the class schedule that fits your needs. Certification and renewal of near-expiry certificates are also available with Kelowna First Aid.
Enrolment is quick and easy through the application form below. Other ways to enrol are e-mails, telephone calls, and walk-ins at the training centers. A complete list of classes and schedules can be found on the Kelowna First Aid website.
- E-mail: [email protected]
- Website: www.firstaidkelowna.ca
- Telephone: +1 250-277-1944
Kelowna First Aid training centers are high-end, complete with the latest technology in first aid training. Classrooms are spacious and air-conditioned so you’re sure to get the most comfortable learning experience. The facilities are easily accessible by public transport and within walking distance to restaurants and shops.
Trainees are introduced to the latest Basic Life Support (BLS) and CPR guidelines by the American Heart Association, used when providing rescue to victims of cardiac arrest. Immediate chest compressions and defibrillation have been shown to increase the survival rate when performed within 3-5 minutes after collapse. AEDs are machines able to detect heart rhythms and apply needed shock or defibrillation. Not only will participants learn the latest CPR techniques by they will also have significant time to learn various first aid techniques using hands-on training and scenarios.
CPR training courses are offered in three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. They all include first aid and automated external defibrillation (AED) training in the core curriculum. You can get a head start on learning you respiratory and airway emergency skills by watching the choking rescue video below.
Basic first aid classes cover a variety of emergency situations and necessary first aid skills. From bleeding to choking hazards, basic first aid classes with Kelowna First Aid are sure to give trainees the most competitive skills. A variety of first aid level’s are also available including occupational first aid level 1 equivalent courses.
Class schedules of First Aid Courses in Kelowna
Classes are offered several times throughout the week, with certain courses being offered on weekends. Private classes are available for trainees who can’t enrol in a regular training course or for big groups who request a separate class and schedule.
Trainees who are able to complete a training course are awarded a St Mark James certificate valid for three years throughout the Canada. Renewal of near-expired certificates are offered at least twice a week through refresher courses. Workplace emergency first aid (WEFA) programs are also available for individuals that need to be certified with Workplace BC.
First Aid Training courses rates in Kelowna
Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and St Mark James registration fees. All training manuals and equipment as also included in the initial enrolment fee so you don’t have to worry about additional expenses. If a trainee is unable to complete a training course, full refunds are given as long as the trainee provides a 72-hour notice. Check out the following prices offered by this provider:
- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED – 144.99
- Emergency First Aid, CPR and AED – 84.99
- Workplace Emergency First Aid (WEFA) , CPR and AED – OFA Level 1 Equivalent – 74.99
- Emergency Childcare First Aid, CPR and AED – 89.99
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Did You Know?
Hypertension is chronic disease characterized by high blood pressure. Blood pressure is pressure that the heart and vessels need to overcome in order to pump blood to the rest of the body. Many factors can affect our BP such as stress, temperature, food, and different lifestyle habits.
High blood pressure becomes a chronic disease when BP is consistently above normal even in the absence of stress. To diagnose hypertension, blood pressure is taken twice in one week with several days interval. Normal blood pressure is BELOW a systolic of 120 and a diastolic of 80. 120/80 to 139/89 is considered pre-hypertension. 140/90 and higher is considered hypertension.
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