Providing Wilderness and Remote First-Aid and CPR Level C courses in Courtney, Comox, Cumberland and Campbell River BC.
At West Coast First Aid we not just trust it our business to train you in the course information below however guarantee you feel confident and engaged when dealing with injuries. We do this with our hands on learning approach, running first-aid emergency treatment situations that are important for you. Urging you to utilize real first-aid supplies and to make inquiries and practice in a safe and fun environment.
What happens if help is over 1 hour away? What do I do in case I’m two hours from the hospital facility? These are basic inquiries in our first-aid courses and this is the reason we offer the Canadian Red Cross Wilderness and Remote First-Aid course. This course is suitable for any person who works, lives, or takes trips in confined or wild territories. On the off chance that you were thinking of taking a course that is a little more comprehensive than a Standard First-Aid course and you would like to do some of your learning outside then this is the course for you.
- Preparation and planning
- Your wellbeing
- Airway emergencies
- Adult, Child, Infant CPR
- First Aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest
- Wound care
- Bone, muscle, and joint injuries, includes building splints
- Head and spine injuries
- Environmental situations
- Cold and heat-related emergencies
- Medical emergencies
- Evacuation and transportation
- Extended care
This Remote First-Aid and CPR Level C course supersedes a Standard First-Aid course and also incorporates AED and CPR C. The price of course includes Red Cross Wilderness and Remote Field Guide. Over 80% of this course is outdoors, so come prepared to be outside.
When applicable, first-aid course price includes GST.
Wilderness and Remote First-Aid and CPR Level C Course Registration Information
|Love this organization! I will tell my associates to take this course. – Andrew Nelson, Courtney, BC||Nathan is a top teacher. What a fabulous instructor! Such energy! Genuine satisfaction. I’m prepared to be a First Aid-er. – Ben Henley, Victoria, BC|