Advanced Workplace Courses

Red Cross First Aid has both individual courses and programs.
All Canadian Red Cross courses:
* Teach participants how to prevent injuries and make healthy lifestyle choices
* Include a component on the emergency medical services (EMS) system
* Have a recommended minimum time frame that lets you effectively teach the course content based on the number of participants, the amount of equipment, and the previous training of the participants
* All CPR/AED and first aid components of Canadian Red Cross courses are taught in accordance with ILCOR and the national training agencies.

If you are uncertain as to which course to take, please contact our Customer Service Associates as they'd be happy to assist you.

hdgRed Cross - Oxygen Administration

This course teaches how to operate various oxygen devices as well as how to respond and treat respiratory emergencies. The course is for those who are required to use oxygen in the workplace including lifeguards, emergency medical services (EMS) professionals, etc.

- View the RC-02 Course Description
- View the RC-02 Course Schedule


hdgRed Cross - Advanced First Aid

This advanced workplace approved program is perfect for those wanting to be an OHS officer or first aiders at factories/construction/job sites or just general interest. The Canadian Red Cross Advanced First Aid is a comprehensive course offering advanced first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those typically designated as a workplace first aid attendant. Course covers a variety of topics from basic (circulation and breathing emergencies, and prevention of disease transmission) to advanced (sudden medical emergencies and injuries to the head and/or spine), including instruction dedicated to understanding workplace legislation and responsibilities specifically for AB worksites with a supplement of other provinces based on the participants job placement locations. Pre Course and During Course Commitment: Pre-course – recommended that all candidates register with enough time to read the course manual (with the exclusion of chapter 11) and complete corresponding workbook activities. At minimum, reading of chapters and corresponding workbook activities up to and including the Secondary Survey is requested. If these items are not complete prior to the course, it will be the candidate’s responsibility to complete during the course in addition to completing the homework assignments in preparation for the next day’s lessons. During Course – the course will consist of lecture and lab practice, with additional study and homework time after each in class session. The homework will consist of completing the reading and corresponding workbook activities in preparation for the next day’s lessons. If the candidate completed all the reading and workbook activities prior to the course start date, then the student is asked to just refresh the information for the next day. Each homework timeframe will depend on the students reading and comprehension level, however it is recommended that the student set aside 2 – 4hrs of preparation (if not completed prior to the course start date). Course Expectations: 100% attendance is mandatory, lateness will not be tolerated Respect - for each other, the instructor, the facility, and the equipment Professionalism and integrity will be assessed throughout. Course Completion requirements: 100% attendance Ability to comprehend and successfully demonstrate the skills Ability to successfully complete the skills checklist Ability to complete a knowledge evaluation with a minimum mark of 80 %, Midterm is a written exam of 50 multiple choice questions and Final is a written exam of 100 multiple choice questions Ability to successfully complete two evaluated scenarios (one each, medical and trauma) Must meet additional legislative requirements, if applicable

- View the RC-AFA Course Description
- View the RC-AFA Course Schedule


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