First Aid & CPR Courses 

We offer a wide range of first aid courses in the Greater Toronto Area.

  • All PulseCPR Certifications for First Aid & CPR Courses are valid for 3 years (unless required to certify sooner for employment).
  • All public courses offered by Pulse CPR complete Level C CPR (Adults, Children, Infants)
  • All Workplace courses offered by Pulse CPR complete Level A CPR (Adults) or Level C if required.

Standard First Aid & CPR( Level A for the workplace)

Course Fee

$125.00 regular

Group discounts available. 

Course Length

14 hours

Course Topics

Comprehensive First Aid & CPR techniques for those who need training for work requirements, or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies in the workplace.

 

The course covers:

§  How to respond to ADULT emergencies

§  The Emergency Medical Services System (911)

§  The 3 key principles in First Aid – Check, Call, Care

§  How to deal with:

§  Airway emergencies (choking)

§  Breathing emergencies (severe allergic reactions – anaphylactic shock, asthma, hyperventilation, chest injuries)

§  Circulation emergencies (heart attack and stroke recognition, prevention and treatment, fainting, shock and bleeding – minor cuts, scrapes, bruises, amputations and impales objects)

§  First Aid for respiratory  and cardiac arrest

§  AED certification

§  Head and spine injuries

§  Bone, muscle and joint injuries

§  Wound care

§  Sudden medical emergencies (diabetic emergencies, seizures and emergency childbirth)

§  Environmental emergencies (cold-related emergencies, heat-related emergencies, near-drowning, poisons, stings and insect bites)

Materials

Canadian Red Cross First Aid Manual

Certification Card – issued immediately upon successful completion of course

Pulse CPR keepsake

 

Standard First Aid & CPR Level C (or HCP)

Course Fee

$125.00

Recertification: $85.00

Group discounts available. 

Course Length

14 hours (Recertification – 8 hours)

Course Topics

Comprehensive First Aid & CPR techniques for those who need training for work requirements, or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies in the workplace, home or at play.

 

The course covers:

§  How to respond to emergencies

§  The Emergency Medical Services System (911)

§  The 3 key principles in First Aid – Check, Call, Care

§  How to deal with:

§  Airway emergencies (choking)

§  Breathing emergencies (severe allergic reactions – anaphylactic shock, asthma, hyperventilation, chest injuries)

§  Circulation emergencies (heart attack and stroke recognition, prevention and treatment, fainting, shock and bleeding – minor cuts, scrapes, bruises, amputations and impales objects)

§  First Aid for respiratory  and cardiac arrest

§  AED certification

§  Head and spine injuries

§  Bone, muscle and joint injuries

§  Wound care

§  Sudden medical emergencies (diabetic emergencies, seizures and emergency childbirth)

§  Environmental emergencies (cold-related emergencies, heat-related emergencies, near-drowning, poisons, stings and insect bites)

HCP

If obtaining CPR HCP, additional topics include:

§  Jaw thrust

§  Pulse check

§  Bag-valve-mask

§  Rescue breathing

§  Two-rescuer CPR/AED for adult, child

§  Two-rescuer CPR for infant

Materials

Canadian Red Cross First Aid Manual

Certification Card – issued immediately upon successful completion of course

Pulse CPR keepsake

Please note: Health Care Provider (HCP) CPR is also available for doctors, nurses, paramedics, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, respiratory therapists (applicable to students in these categories). If obtaining CPR (Level HCP) add an additional $10 and 1 hour to the course.



Marine Basic First Aid & CPR (Level C)

Course Fee

$125.00
Group discounts available.

Course Length

14–16 hours

Course Topics

Overview of First Aid & CPR techniques with scenarios taken from the marine/fishing industry for individuals who need a basic training level in First Aid & CPR for the marine industry

 

The course covers:

§  Recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies for adults, CPR C, AED

§  Choking, airway and breathing emergencies

§  Prevention of disease transmission

§  Assessment of needs of ill or injured persons and threats to own safety

§  Appreciation of body structures and functions

§  Positioning of person

§  Control bleeding

§  Management of shock

§  Burns and scalds

§  Rescue and transport of person

§  Other topics including improvise bandages, rescue in enclosed spaces

§  Health and hygiene


Intended for employees in the marine industry or those pursuing employment in this industry. Meets Transport Canada Training Program Standards in Marine First Aid.

Materials

Canadian Red Cross First Aid Manual

Certification Card – issued immediately upon successful completion of course

Pulse CPR keepsake


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