Thunder Bay Standard First Aid / CPR

Comprehensive one or two-day course offering first aid & cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need training due to work requirements or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home. Includes the latest First Aid / CPR guidelines. Meets federal & a variety of provincial/territorial regulations for Standard First Aid / CPR. Exceeds competitors's standards by including injury prevention content, CPR & AED. Duration 14-16 hours Instructor Red Cross First Aid Instructor or Instructor Trainer Completion 100% attendance, skills demonstration, and 75% minimum passing grade on written exam. Certification 3-year certification in Standard First Aid, CPR Level A, C, or BLS, and AED. Recertification 6-9 hours; includes CPR Level A, C, or BLS and AED; Adheres to local legislation. 


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Tamara (807)632-4817


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SFA/CPR C

Preparing to Respond – Introduction

Recovery Position (unconscious breathing)

CPR for adults, children and babies

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

Heart Attack/Angina & Stroke/TIA

Choking (adults, children and babies)

Anaphylactic Shock (severe allergy) and Asthma

Deadly Bleeding – internal and external

Amputations / Impaled objects

Shock/Fainting

Wound Basics (minor cuts, scrapes, bruises)

Secondary Assessment

Head & Spinal Injuries

Muscle, Bone & Joint Injuries

Burns

Diabetic Emergencies

Seizures

Heat Exhaustion/Heat Stroke

Hypothermia/Frostbite

Emergency Child Birth

Poisoning


SFA/CPR A

Preparing to Respond – Introduction

Recovery Position (unconscious breathing)

CPR for adults

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

Heart Attack/Angina

Stroke/TIA

Choking (adults)

Anaphylactic Shock (severe allergy) and Asthma

Deadly Bleeding (internal and external)

Amputations / Impaled objects

Shock/Fainting

Wound Basics (minor cuts, scrapes, bruises)

Secondary Assessment

Head, Neck & Spinal Injuries

Muscle, Bone & Joint Injuries

Burns

Diabetic Emergencies

Seizures

Heat Exhaustion/Heat Stroke

Hypothermia/Frostbite

Emergency Child Birth

Poisoning


SFA/BLS

Preparing to respond

Legal/Ethical Issues

Check, Call, Care

Primary/Secondary Assessments

CPR/AED

Choking

BLS Special Considerations

Circulation Emergencies

Breathing Emergencies

Wound Care

Head, Neck & Spinal injuries

Sudden Medical Emergencies

Poisoning

Bone, Muscle & Joint Injuries


EFA/CPR C

Preparing to Respond – Introduction

Recovery Position (unconscious breathing)

CPR (adults, children and babies)

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

Heart attack/Angina & Stroke/TIA

Choking (adults, children and babies)

Anaphylactic Shock (severe allergy) and Asthma

Deadly Bleeding (internal and external)

Amputations / Impaled objects

Shock/Fainting

Wound Basics (minor cuts, scrapes, punctures, and burns)

EFA/CPR A

Preparing to Respond – Introduction

Recovery Position (unconscious breathing)

CPR for adults

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

Heart attack/Angina

Stroke/TIA

Choking (adults)

Anaphylactic Shock (severe allergy) and Asthma

Deadly Bleeding (internal and external)

Amputations / Impaled Objects

Shock/Fainting

Wound Basics (minor cuts, scrapes, punctures, and burns)


CPR C

Preparing to Respond – Introduction

Recovery Position (unconscious breathing)

CPR (adults, children and babies)

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

Heart Attack/Angina

Stroke/TIA

Choking (adults, children and babies)


CPR A

Preparing to Respond – Introduction

Recovery Position (unconscious breathing)

CPR (adult only)

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

Heart attack/Angina

Stroke/TIA

Choking (adult only)


BLS

Responding to Emergencies

Legal/Ethical Issues

Primary Assessment, Pulse Assessment

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)/AED

Airway Obstruction

Assisted Ventilation

Basic Life Support Special Considerations