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CPR and AED in Nanaimo

CPR and AED courses in Nanaimo

CPR and AED courses in Nanaimo

Nanaimo First Aid is located on the Vancouver Island in British Columbia, in the city of Nanaimo. Since it was established in the early 2000s, Nanaimo First has become the number one training service provider of CPR and AED training in Nanaimo. Different CPR course levels and stand-alone classes are offered to prospective students. Private instructors are also available. Certification from St Mark James has never been this easy until Nanaimo First Aid with easy on-line registration and amazing customer service. To view the available CPR and AED courses in Nanaimo click here.

About Nanaimo First Aid

Course overview

CPR and AED training in Nanaimo First Aid cover cardiovascular emergencies such as cardiac arrest as well as choking emergencies for different age groups, depending on the level of CPR certification taken. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes are available in three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. All levels include basic first aid and automated external defibrillation (AED) training. AEDs are machines that detect heart rhythms and apply shock to the heart through pads placed on the chest. Students who do not want to enrol in the full CPR training course can opt for CPR and AED stand-alone training.

Only the latest guidelines from the American Heart Association for CPR and AED are used in the classes.

Where Can I Register?

To register for a course in Nanaimo you can either visit our locations page and select your location or complete the following form on our registration page (click the link below) and we will respond to you within one business hour.

To Register On-Line for a CPR and AED Course in Nanaimo, B.C. Click Here

CPR training levels

CPR Level “A” offers CPR and AED training for adult victims, including choking and bleeding injuries. CPR Level “C” offers CPR and AED training for adult, child, and infant victims, including child and infant choking emergencies. CPR Level “HCP” offers comprehensive CPR and AED training targeted at health-care providers. CPR HCP focuses on skill training on the use of bag valve masks and rescue maneuvers on adult, child, and infant victims.

The three levels last four, five, and six hours respectively.

Private Instruction

Nanaimo First Aid also offers private instructors with hourly rates for booking training at home or for a special event such as a company conference. Just send an e-mail or a telephone call to inquire about booking them.

Certification

Certification cards are awarded after the completion of a training class, with an optional wall certificate. The certificates are renewable every three years through recertification programs. Classes for level C and HCP recertification are available at Nanaimo First Aid, lasting four hours and held twice a week.

Course fees

Course fees offered at Nanaimo First Aid are the lowest in the area. They are paid during enrolment only, and include taxes, certification fees, and training manuals. If you decide to drop out, just give a 72-hour notice beforehand and you will be entitled to a full refund. You won’t find a better offer than Nanaimo First Aid.

Instructors/Trainers

All instructors and trainers at Nanaimo First Aid are certified by St Mark James. Only the latest equipment are used in all the classes. You don’t have to worry about the quality of the training you will receive.

Enrolment

You can visit the Nanaimo First Aid website to view a complete list of available training programs. After you have chosen your training course level or stand-alone class, just send an e-mail, give a call, or walk-in during business hours in any of the facilities in Nanaimo.

Did You Know?

If you or someone else inhales a foreign object…

The five-and-five approach:

  • Give the person five back blows. Using the heel of your hand, make five quick thumps between the victim’s shoulder blades.
  • Do the Heimlich maneuver. Make a fist and place it slightly above the victim’s navel. Cover it with your other hand and make five inward upward thrusts.
  • Repeat until object is dislodged.

Note: If victim’s breathing and circulation do not resume, begin cardiopulmonary resuscitation immediately.