Emergency First Aid Level C
The Red Cross Emergency First Aid course is a general introduction course to First Aid. It covers injury prevention and how to care for time-sensitive and or life-threatening situations.
There are no prerequisites and recertification is available to individuals with a current and valid Red Cross certification within three years.
Our Emergency First Aid Level C training is appropriate for the general public including parents, babysitters, childcare workers and those needing training for workplace safety. This course meets the Occupational Health and Safety requirements in the province of Ontario for workplaces with less than five employees. Note that this level of training is required for rescuers such as lifeguards, fire and police personnel, first responders, workplace first aid teams and college and university students (to meet course requirements).
First Aid Techniques and Topics
- AED (Automated External Defibrillator) training
- CPR for Adults/Children(1 And 2 Rescuers)
- CPR for Infants (One Rescuer)
- How to respond to choking in adults, children and infants
- Barrier Devices and Pocket Masks
- How to Respond to Emergencies
- The Ems System
- The 3 Key Principles in First Aid – Check, Call, Care
- Airway Emergencies
- Breathing & Circulation Emergencies
- First Aid for Respiratory & Cardiac Arrest
Emergency First Aid training provides you with a three year certification in Emergency First Aid, level C CPR and AED training. Each student will receive a Red Cross First Aid and CPR manual and a Certification card.
If you are a physician, nurse, paramedic or other allied Health Provider, we also offer Emergency First Aid Level HCP. If your workplace has more than 5 people or your occupation requires a more in-depth course, we also offer Standard First Aid training