STANDARD FIRST AID & CPR/AED
Level C - Adult, Child, Infant emergencies
Comprehensive two-day course offering first aid and 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 and CPR guidelines. Meets federal and a variety of provincial/territorial regulations for Standard First Aid and CPR. Exceeds competitor’s standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED. We offer the most current standards of training in all Canadian Red Cross courses. This course meets the curriculum requirements of WSIB (Regulation 1101), The Canada Labour Code, and is approved for workplace training by the Workers' Safety & Insurance Board, Health Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care.
The First Aiders' Role
Check, Call, Care
Choking - adult, child, baby
Assisting with Medications
Angina and Heart Attack
CPR and AED (defibrillator)
Head & Spine Injuries
Bone, Muscle, Joint Injuries
Sudden Medical Emergencies
*Standard First Aid Re-certification
Duration: 8 hours (*Students must have a valid (non-expired) Red Cross Standard First Aid Certification in order to enroll in the SFA Re-certification course.
Course Request Submission Form
Please complete for more details or to book a course and we will contact you within 24 hours.
Other course options:
ALL COURSES INCLUDE:
• Media presentations
• Skills demonstration and practice
• Workplace-specific scenarios
• Knowledge development exercises
• Class discussions and Q&A
Take-home materials: Red Cross First Aid and CPR Manual; Certification Card
CPRed.ca is dedicated to ensuring the health and safety of all participants in our courses. The physical activity involved in a First aid/CPR course should not pose a health concern, however, there are individuals who may find the physical activities in a course challenging. Before you participate, we recommend you consult with your physician if you have any of the following:
• A history of heart attack or other heart conditions
• Respiratory problems (i.e. asthma)
• Bone or joint injuries
The course involves activities such as:
• Kneeling on the ground and compressing the chest of a manikin
• Lying and rolling on the ground
• Working with partners for choking procedures, bandaging and splinting
Participants may choose to bring a blanket or cushion to kneel or lay on during skills performances. First Aid and CPR courses require 100% participation by the student in order to receive a Red Cross certificate. If you are unable to physically participate to receive certification, we still invite you to attend, observe and participate when you can.
CPRed.ca is a Canadian Red Cross Training Partner. We teach the latest standards in CPR and First Aid, meeting federal and a variety of provincial/territorial regulations for Standard First Aid and CPR training.
Examples of Course Requirements in Ontario
Ontario Workplaces: Emergency First Aid & CPR or Standard First Aid & CPR (relative to number of employees)
Daycare Worker: CPR Level C(Emergency First Aid & CPR Level C recommended)
Dental Offices: CPR Level C(Level HCP recommended)
Nursing Home Worker: CPR Level C(Level HCP recommended)
Personal Support Worker: Standard First Aid & CPR Level C
Personal Trainer: CPR Level A(Level C recommended)