CPR and AED in Vancouver
The largest service provider of workplace and academic approved CPR and AED courses in the Vancouver Lower Mainland is Vancouver First Aid. This provider continues to offer excellent customer care and top quality CPR and AED training courses in Vancouver, Surrey, Richmond, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Abbotsford and Delta since 2007. An assortment of classes are available, including CPR Level “A” which offers basic CPR and AED training for adult and child victims, CPR Level “C” which offers basic CPR and AED training for adult, child, and infant victims, along with basic first aid, and CPR Level “HCP” which offers comprehensive CPR and AED training for health-care providers. Vancouver First Aid has quickly turned into the largest and most sought-after St Mark James service provider in the Vancouver Lower Mainland. The training courses aim to provide trainees with convenience and comfort with high-end facilities and equipment. Awards are given to trainees who successfully completed the course they have enrolled in.
To enrol in CPR and AED classes with Vancouver First Aid click here or click the following button to be directed to our registration page.
Best CPR and AED Course Prices in Vancouver
Vancouver First Aid gives prospects the most reasonable fees for all its CPR and AED training courses. One-hundred percent return and transfer policies are in place and all expenses incurred by the trainee are itemized to ensure no hidden or additional charges occur during the course of the training. Vancouver First Aid also offers a “no pressure” contract to trainees. If the trainee is unable to pass or successfully complete the training course during the first try, they will be be able to undergo the training again at no additional cost. No other provider offers lower courses and better refund and transfer policies than Vancouver First Aid.
Availability of Training Courses
Most, if not all, training courses are available every month. Training courses include basic first aid for a range of emergency situations and a range of stand-alone CPR classes for adults, children, and infants. All courses include instructional classes in using AEDs. Additional courses such as food-safety courses are also available throughout the week.
Classes are featured in a number of training facilities located throughout the Vancouver Metropolitan area. This is one of the ways that Vancouver First Aid is dedicated to providing prospective trainees with convenient and easily accessible locations. The following is a list of training locations
- 1773 Kingsway Vancouver, BC V5N 3Z8
- 7238 137 St Surrey, BC V3W 1A4
- 1020 Mainland St Vancouver, BC V6B 1A9
Pleasant People and Educators
The team of trainers at Vancouver First Aid is friendly, welcoming, patient, and easily approachable, on top of being the best in their field. These highly competent individuals will be able to help trainees fully understand the complexities of first aid, CPR and use of AEDs with ease.
An easy and convenient application system allows prospective trainees to apply and give payment through the internet . Trainees can choose their preferred date, period and location for their chosen training course through the on-line application form. The Vancouver First Aid staff are readily available to respond to queries over the phone regarding applications during business hours. Trainees are also able to send e-mails to the staff for additional questions, comments and concerns at [email protected].
CPR and AED classes are also available for individuals, groups or companies who require private sessions on a specific schedule. To inquire about enrolling in a private class in the Vancouver Metropolitan Area, please send an email to [email protected].
To boost your interest, here is a sample CPR training video made by the St Mark James. The CPR technique for infants seen in the video is available in Vancouver First Aid’s training courses.
Did You Know?
Basic Life Support was created by the American Heart Association to save lives after a person becomes a victim of cardiac arrest. The BLS includes (1) recognition of SCA or sudden cardiac arrest, (2) activation of the emergency response system, (3) early cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and (4) rapid defibrillation with an automated external defibrillator.
CPR Training Video