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First Aid Training in Kelowna

First Aid Training in Kelowna

First Aid Training in Kelowna

Are you prepared in case a medical emergency or injury happens? Do you know how to recognize serious medical emergencies? Do you know the contents of a first aid kit and know how to use it? Learn about these things and more by enrolling in first aid training in Kelowna. The largest provider of WorkSafe BC approved occupational first aid level 1, standard first aid, emergency first aid or stand-alone CPR courses in the Okanagan is Kelowna First Aid. Courses are available throughout the week including on weekends, week-nights and throughout the week. This provider also offers on-line safety programs, re-certifications, private courses, food safe level 1 and level 2 training. High quality programs are available at the lowest prices.  More information on classes, schedules, and enrollment can be found on the Kelowna First Aid website. You can also use the contact registration below to register for CPR, AED and / or first aid training in Kelowna, B.c.

Registration Information for Kelowna First Aid?

This provider can be contacted using a variety of methods. Here’s the telephone, email and address information for this provider:

  • Telephone: 1-888-870-7002 (Toll Free Number)
  • Address: 301 – 1634 Harvey Ave, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 6G2
  • Email: info@firstaidcourses.ca
  • Website: http://www.firstaidkelowna.ca

For more information about the training centre check out the map posted below:

What can Kelowna First Aid offer you?

  • The lowest prices
  • The best instructors
  • Great Customer Service
  • Workplace Approved / WorkSafe BC Certification
  • Friendly Staff
  • Conveniently located training centre
  • Free Parking
  • Plenty of nearby amenities

Price List

Check out the following list of courses and prices offered with this workplace approved provider:

  • Workplace Emergency First Aid (WEFA), CPR and AED – 74.99
  • Standard First Aid, CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED – 144.99
  • Emergency First Aid, CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED – 84.99
  • Emergency Childcare First Aid, CPR level “B” and AED – 89.99
  • CPR level “C” or “HCP”  and AED (Only) – 64.99
  • CPR level “A” and AED (Only) – 48.99

Re-certification courses are also available

  • Standard First Aid, CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED Re-Certification – 74.99
  • CPR level “C” or “HCP” and AED Re-Certification – 47.99

Latest information and technology

Only the latest information regarding basic first aid, CPR, and AED is taught by Kelowna First Aid’s team of trainers. First-time trainees are introduced to Basic Life Support guidelines by the American Heart Association and the workplace approved to guide their CPR and AED training. The recent 2010 BLS updates showcase a lot of changes in the emergency response system (CPR then AED) and CPR techniques. To make sure that the skills developed by the trainees are the most competitive in the heath care provider market, training is focused on these latest updates.

Quick action within 3-5 minutes when a person is recognized to have experienced cardiac arrest increases that person’s chances of survival. The video below shows the latest updates in Basic Life Support.

Workplace Approved Certification

All training courses are overseen by the workplace approved. A trainee who is able to successfully complete a training course will receive a certification for first aid, CPR, and AED, valid for 3 years. Expiring or near-expiry certificates maybe renewed with this workplace approved provider through refresher courses.

Private classes

Private classes are usually offered to groups or companies who request special training for a group of people. Companies usually get private classes for skill development and team building for its employees at a particular schedule with a specific topic. Kelowna First Aid is dedicated to catering to the needs of its trainees.

Hands Only CPR for First Aid Training in Kelowna

All of the first aid and CPR techniques taught by Kelowna First Aid involve simple and easy to remember methods. Register for first aid training today.

High-End Training Facilities

Various training facilities are located in the Okanagan area. The training centers are equipped with the latest technology for training, including the latest CPR mannequins and simulators. The classrooms are all spacious and well-maintained to ensure a comfortable learning environment for the trainees. The training centers are also easily accessible by public and private transport and located near restaurants and shops. Check out the map below for more information about the training centre.

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Quick and Easy Enrollment

Enrolment can done through the on-line application form above. E-mail, telephone calls, and walk-ins at the training center will also be entertained by the very accommodating staff at Kelowna First Aid. Class schedules and class lists are available on the Kelowna First Aid webpage, as well as contact information and other queries you may have.

Get a head start on your training now with the short lesson below.

Heart Rhythms (AED training)

AED training is a part of all the CPR training courses. A built-in safeguard in the AED prevents it from shocking a person who will not benefit from the electrical shock, like a person with no electrical activity (“flat line”). The AED is designed to detect the following rhythms.

  • Normal Sinus Rhythm – This is the normal activity of the heart muscle. The activity of the heart is coordinated and the muscle contractions provide a pulse.
  • Ventricular Fibrillation or V-Fib (VF) – The electrical rhythm of a victim with V-Fib is uncoordinated. The ventricles of the heart are unable to pump blood effectively because of uncoordinated contractions.
  • Asystole (Flat Line) – No electrical activity or heart muscle contractions are present. Shock is never applied to patients who are flat-lined, unless continuous CPR is being given.
  • Pulseless Ventricular Tachycardia (VT) – The electrical rhythm of VT is that of a heart muscle that is very rapid and uncoordinated. With this rapid contraction of the ventricles, the atria is not completely filled with blood resulting in no detectable pulse.

The following video is an introduction into electrocardiography reading (ECG).

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