Refresh your basic Emergency First Aid, CPR-C and AED skills in this renewal course. A Lifesaving Society or Red Cross certificate is provided upon successful completion.
Who should take this class?
An Emergency First Aid certification may be required by those who work in fitness, health care, and childcare, including dental assistants, pharmacists, personal trainers, group fitness instructors, camp leaders and teachers.
Pre-requisite: currently valid EFA certificate – within the last 3 years. Must have been provided by one of the following agencies: Lifesaving Society, Red Cross, St. Johns Ambulance, Heart & Stroke Foundation or Canadian Ski Patrol. If you have not taken an EFA class before or it has expired, please check out our EFA full course options.
What will I learn?
-Heart Attack and Angina
-Stroke and TIA
-Minor Tissue Injuries and Burns
-Respiratory emergencies: asthma, aspiration, hyperventilation and anaphylaxis, including practice with the Twinject and Epipen
-CPR-C and AED training
- Is the same as Fitness First Aid and is accepted by the BCRPA and other fitness and personal training organizations
- Meets the qualification requirements for medication management (injections) for the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia
- Is acceptable for most camp leaders and for most Child Development educational programs with upgraded CPR-child patient