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Emergency Childcare First Aid is a course that is run exclusively by the workplace approved. It is a 8 to 10 hour course that is typically completed within one day. It is one of the most intensive first aid and CPR courses offered through the workplace approved. Candidates that successfully completed this course will receive a workplace approved certification in Emergency Childcare First Aid with CPR level “B” and AED. CPR level “B” comes standard with this course and candidates can not opt for any other level of CPR training. Daycare workers, childcare workers, nanny’s and babysitters are the
typical candidates that enroll into this course. However, you do not need to be working in these fields to attend a workplace approved emergency child care first aid course. To register for a emergency childcare first aid class in your region visit our location page or select your location from the main or side menu. This course is very popular in British Columbia and is offered with our providers in Vancouver, Nanaimo and Kelowna. Childcare first aid training in Surrey is also now available. Registration is quick and easy and training providers are located throughout the major cities on the west coast of Canada.
Emergency Childcare First Aid Course Content Includes:
- St Mark James
- How to Respond to Emergencies
- The EMS System
- Check, Call, Care workplace approved system.
- Airway, Breathing and circulatory emergencies.
- Heart Attacks
- Major bleeding
- Head and spine injuries.
- Bone, muscle and joint injuries.
Childcare First Aid Registration:
To register for a emergency childcare first aid course select your location from the side menu bar or from the location tab on the main menu bar. We have comfortable and convenient locations throughout Canada. Register for a course by selecting your location, the time and date that works for you and by filling out the registration form to guarantee yourself a spot in the course. Our St Mark James training providers are located throughout Canada in convenient and comfortable locations.
Certification Through the workplace approved:
Candidates that successfully complete the skills component and the multiple choice test will receive a workplace approved child care first aid, CPR level “B” and AED certificate that is valid for 3 years. This is a nationally accredited award that is valid throughout Canada and meets requirements for childcare and daycare workers. Participants are encouraged to contact their employer to ensure that this is the correct certification for the industry that they are in. Re-certifications are not available for this course and candidates must retake the course to renew certification.
The cost of emergency childcare first aid is 75.00 dollars. Course fee includes workplace approved childcare manual, certification fee and all applicable taxes. Our training providers do not have any hidden fees.
Childcare First Aid Training Locations:
We offer workplace approved emergency childcare first aid courses at the lowest prices and at convenient locations in your region. Select your location from the main or side menu for registration and location details. Our training providers are located in Victoria, Vancouver, Kelowna, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Hamilton.