First Aid and CPR Courses in Kelowna

First Aid and CPR Courses in Kelowna

First Aid and CPR Courses in Kelowna

Since 2010, Kelowna First Aid has been providing the Okanagan area with high quality first aid, CPR, AED, food safe and safety certification from St Mark James Training.  You can find a complete list of classes here on the Kelowna First Aid website. The reasons this provider is the leader in the region is because of its convenient location (along Harvey just east of down-town Kelowna) and its low prices that are dramatically lower than the competitors. Successful participants receive 3 year certification and can also attend re-certification programs to renew expiring awards. Learn to save a life by enrolling in first aid and CPR courses in Kelowna, B.C.

Enrol in a program today!

An on-line registration form can be found on the Kelowna First Aid website. E-mails, telephone calls, and walk-ins during business hours are also other ways to enrol. No other training service provider offers better ways to register.

  • Email: info@firstaidcourses.ca
  • Tel: +1 250-277-1944
  • Website: http://www.firstaidkelowna.ca
  • Location:  Room 301 – 1634 Harvey Ave, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 6G2

Provider Location

This provider is located just east of downtown Kelowna. It serves participants from both east and west Kelowna.

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Certification

Trainees who are able to complete a training program are awarded training certificates from St Mark James. They are valid for three years throughout Canada and can be renewed through refresher programs held twice a week.

WorkSafe BC Certification

Participants that need to certified to meet WorkSafe BC occupational first aid level 1 requirements can attend workplace approved workplace emergency first aid (WEFA) courses. This one day course is one of the most popular programs offered with this provider.

Programs

Folded Splint

A splint is used to immobilize an injured limb such as a broken arm or leg.

There are three levels in a CPR full training course. All levels include basic first aid and automated external defibrillation (AED). AEDs are machines that are able to detect heart rhythms and apply shock to the heart. If you want to enrol in either first aid or CPR only, stand-alone classes are available.

Private programs for special training in events or at home can also be booked. Just send an e-mail or give a telephone call.

Rates

Kelowna First Aid offers the best rates for all classes. Course fees include taxes, certification, and workplace approved registration fees. Trainees are assured there will be no additional expenses during the rest of the training.

First Aid and CPR Training in Kelowna

The first aid and CPR instructors in Kelowna are friendly, fun and professional.

If you choose to drop out of your training program, just give a 72-hour notice beforehand and a full refund will be given to you.

With quality training at Kelowna First Aid, other training service providers just can’t compare. Enrol today!

2013 / 2014 Course Rates:

  • Stand-alone CPR Training – 48.99 to 64.99
  • Two Day First Aid (Includes CPR and AED) – 144.99
  • One Day First Aid (Includes CPR and AED) – 74.99 to 84.99
  • Re-Certification Classes – 47.99 to 74.99

Did You Know?

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While AIDS and HIV infection is a life-long condition, certain measures can still be taken to prevent or slow the progression of HIV infection to full-blown AIDS. Because HIV damages the immune system, the best way to fight it is through a healthy lifestyle.

  • Eat healthy foods like fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein.
  • Avoid food that has been prepared poorly or has increased risk of containing dangerous microorganisms – like raw eggs, raw seafood, and inadequately cooked meat.
  • Get immunized to protect you from certain diseases.
  • Take care of your pet so any parasites or microorganisms do not transfer between you and the pet.

Participants enrolled in first aid and CPR training in Kelowna will learn various simple and straightforward techniques on how to prevent disease transmission when providing aid.