Other Red Cross Courses
The following is a list of Canadian Red Cross courses that we do not offer on a monthly, ongoing basis, but that we are certified to teach. These courses are taught as private group courses when requested by a client.
40 – 44 hours in length
This Red Cross course provides the first responder with the skills and knowledge necessary to help sustain life, reduce pain and minimize the consequence of injury of sudden illness until more advanced medical personnel arrive at the scene. Participants will learn to act as a crucial link in the emergency medical system.
The First Responder program contains the following information:
First Responder recertification is recommended every 3 years.
Emergency Medical Responder
75 – 80 hours in length
The course is designed to meet the National Occupational Competency Profiles for the practitioner level of emergency medical responder (EMR) established by the Paramedic Association of Canada (PAC). It provides the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life, reduce pain, and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until the next level of health care takes over.
The Emergency Medical Responder program contains the following information:
Emergency Medical Responder recertification is recommended every 3 years.
6 hours in length
- Breathing devices and suction
- Resuscitation masks
- Bag-valve-masks (BVM) adult, child and baby
- Delivery devices
- Supplemental oxygen
Take-Home Materials include Oxygen Administration Manual , certification card and optional wall certificate (or as required by legislation)
Prevention of Disease Transmission
2 hours in length
This Red Cross participation workshop educates participants about how diseases are transmitted. It includes how to protect against disease transmission, how to minimize the chances of exposure and what to do if exposure occurs.
Specifically, the course includes:
- How to recognize situations in which disease might be transmitted
- How to protect from infectious disease, and what to do if exposure to disease occurs
- Risk factors for disease transmission
- Identifiable hazards for disease transmission in their environment
- Precautions to take to help prevent disease transmission in their environment.
If you are looking for a Babysitting course, or if our regular Red Cross course dates aren’t convenient for you, give our friends at Safe and Sound First Aid Training a call and tell them Jenny sent you.