For this course the in class duration depends on if it’s a certification or recertification course.
During the classroom component of an e-learning course, a skills checklist will be completed on each participant by the instructor. In traditional delivery, there were sections of the course that were predominantly theory based that were covered in depth in the classroom (e.g., with the use of the media presentation). In e-learning delivery, the theory aspects of the course are covered online; participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and seek clarification on these topics when working with the instructor (e.g., Preparing to Respond, The Emergency Medical Services System, etc.). Register now.
VO2 First Aid/CPR Instructor or Instructor Trainer
Participants must first complete the self-paced online component, which includes a written knowledge evaluation, and then successfully complete an Instructor-led classroom component (skills practice and evaluation session) in order to achieve certification.
3-year certification in Standard First Aid/CPR Level C – 8 hours
3-year certification in Standard First Aid/CPR Level C – 5 hours
- The Red Cross
- Preparing to Respond
- The Emergency Medical Service System
- Check, Call, Care - H.A.IN.E.S. Recovery Position - Secondary Survey
- Airway Emergencies - Severe Choking – Conscious and Unconscious
- Breathing and Circulation Emergencies - External Deadly Bleeding
- Respiratory and Cardiac Arrest - CPR for Adult, Child and baby
- Wound Care
- Head and Spine Injuries
- Bone, Muscle, and Joint Injuries - Tube Sling for Collarbone Fracture - Regular Sling and Binder - Rigid Splints - Anatomical Splints - Soft Splints
- Sudden Medical Emergencies
- Environmental emergencies
- Scenario Application
- Knowledge Evaluation
Who should attend
Individuals and organization who have a duty to respond to emergencies in the workplace, i.e. Industries would be preferable as they have space and large numbers of staff, security guards, manufacturers, construction companies.