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3-1611 Bowen Road , Nanaimo- V9S 1G6
British Columbia , Canada  Canada
Today (Sunday) : Closed

Alert First-Aid - Nanaimo

Alert First-Aid has been offering quality, enjoyable first-aid and CPR training to Vancouver Island and Vancouver for over fourteen years.We have confidence in making our first-aid courses as enjoyable and stress-free as possible. It really is our experience that if our students enjoy their first-aid training they will retain this unique life skill.In a hands-on training environment pupils gain confidence to execute in crisis circumstances. Our first-aid classes have a one-to-one student to gear ratio which means you do not have to share your doll with other people.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


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At Alert First-Aid we not only believe it our job to teach you the information below but ensure you feel confident and empowered when dealing with injuries. We do this with our hands on learning approach, running first-aid scenarios that are relevant for you. Encouraging you to use real first-aid supplies and to ask questions and practice in a safe, and fun environment.

This hands-on interactive 2 day Marine Basic First-Aid and CPR training course includes adult CPR , child CPR, infant CPR, two person CPR (Level C). Students will learn how to clear an airway on a conscious choking person. Recognition and first aid for shock, spinal injuries, heart attack, angina, stroke, bleeding, broken bones, seizures, heat related illness, hypothermia, allergic reactions, poisons and burns. Students will learn and be cerifified on how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Other topics include how to use a first-aid kit and what goes into a first-aid kit, dealing with small wounds, recognition and prevention of infection, how to use a CPR mask and how to protect yourself at the scene of an accident, what to do at an accident if you do not have gloves and a CPR mask, how to assess the history of an accident, when to and how to call 911 or just go to the hospital.

Participants spend the majority of the course doing hands on first-aid, and participating in first-aid scenarios. Alert First-Aid now has classrooms in VictoriaBC, and Nanaimo BC. We offer courses to the public on a regular basis.

Do you have a group of 6 or more that require first-aid training? If so a group first-aid course may be what you are looking for. The advantage of group first-aid training is that we come to you. Courses can be designed to meet the needs of your group. Depending on the size of your group, contracts can be more cost and time effective. They are a great team building opportunity.

At Alert First-Aid we not only believe it our job to teach you the information below but ensure you feel confident and empowered when dealing with injuries. We do this with our hands on learning approach, running first-aid scenarios that are relevant for you. Encouraging you to use real first-aid supplies and to ask questions and practice in a safe, and fun environment.

This course consists of comprehensive first aid and CPR techniques for those who need a higher level of training to work and respond to emergencies in isolated or wilderness settings. Training is also suitable for those who act as assistant overnight guides, day guides or supervisors for groups of people. The course covers material in Standard First Aid & CPR/AED, plus advanced strategies for providing extended care for more than 24 hours. Part of the course is taught in an outdoor setting and requires greater physical activity and endurance than typical first aid training. Course consists of evening first-aid scenarios and day time scenarios 80% of this course is taught outside. It is important that students taking this course are prepared for being in the wilderness.

At Alert First-Aid we not only believe it our job to teach you the information below but ensure you feel confident and empowered when dealing with injuries. We do this with our hands on learning approach, running first-aid scenarios that are relevant for you. Encouraging you to use real first-aid supplies and to ask questions and practice in a safe, and fun environment.

This hands-on interactive 2 day Marine Basic First-Aid and CPR training course includes adult CPR , child CPR, infant CPR, two person CPR (Level C). Students will learn how to clear an airway on a conscious choking person. Recognition and first aid for shock, spinal injuries, heart attack, angina, stroke, bleeding, broken bones, seizures, heat related illness, hypothermia, allergic reactions, poisons and burns.

Students will learn and be cerifified on how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Other topics include how to use a first-aid kit and what goes into a first-aid kit, dealing with small wounds, recognition and prevention of infection, how to use a CPR mask and how to protect yourself at the scene of an accident, what to do at an accident if you do not have gloves and a CPR mask, how to assess the history of an accident, when to and how to call 911 or just go to the hospital. Participants spend the majority of the course doing hands on first-aid, and participating in first-aid scenarios.

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At Alert First-Aid we not only believe it our job to teach you the information below but ensure you feel confident and empowered when dealing with injuries. We do this with our hands on learning approach, running first-aid scenarios that are relevant for you. Encouraging you to use real first-aid supplies and to ask questions and practice in a safe, and fun environment.

This hands-on interactive first-aid and CPR training course includes adult CPR , child CPR, infant CPR, two person CPR (Level C). Students will learn how to clear an airway on a conscious choking person. Recognition and first aid for shock, spinal injuries, heart attack, angina, stroke, bleeding, broken bones, seizures, heat related illness, hypothermia, allergic reactions, poisons and burns. Students will learn and be cerifified on how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Other topics include how to use a first-aid kit and what goes into a first-aid kit, dealing with small wounds, recognition and prevention of infection, how to use a CPR mask and how to protect yourself at the scene of an accident, what to do at an accident if you do not have gloves and a CPR mask, how to assess the history of an accident, when to and how to call 911 or just go to the hospital.

This first-aid course is recognized by the Adult and Child Licensing Care Board. Canadian Red Cross first-aid and CPR certification is valid for 3 years. If you have taken this course in the last 3 years then you are eligible for a recertification. A rectification can be done in half the time and is one day. You will find Standard First-aid recert course dates on our schedule.

At Alert First-Aid we not only believe it our job to teach you the information below but ensure you feel confident and empowered when dealing with injuries. We do this with our hands on learning approach, running first-aid scenarios that are relevant for you. Encouraging you to use real first-aid supplies and to ask questions and practice in a safe, and fun environment.

This hands-on interactive first-aid and CPR training course includes adult CPR , child CPR, infant CPR, two person CPR (Level C). Students will learn how to clear an airway on a conscious choking person. Recognition and first aid for shock, spinal injuries, heart attack, angina, stroke, bleeding, broken bones, seizures, heat related illness, hypothermia, allergic reactions, poisons and burns. Students will learn and be cerifified on how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Other topics include how to use a first-aid kit and what goes into a first-aid kit, dealing with small wounds, recognition and prevention of infection, how to use a CPR mask and how to protect yourself at the scene of an accident, what to do at an accident if you do not have gloves and a CPR mask, how to assess the history of an accident, when to and how to call 911 or just go to the hospital.

This course also deals with injury prevention, safety education, burns, and injuries from falls and other childhood related emergencies will be covered. This Emergency Childcare course is approved by the BC Provincial Community Care Facilities Branch. Canadian Red Cross certification is valid for 3 years.

Just as a good fitness instructor will teach not only the mind but the body, we do the same for with first-aid. Our goal is that you feel entirely confident with any possible fitness related first-aid emergency. This fun and interactive hands-on training course includes an Emergency First-Aid and CPR (Level A) certificate from the Canadian Red Cross.

Our course topics covered include emergency scene management, adult, child CPR, choking procedures and the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Other topics include seizures, heart attack, stroke, diabetes, anaphylactic shock, bleeding, broken bones, sprains and strains. Other topics include how to use a first-aid kit and what goes into a first-aid kit, how to use a CPR mask and how to protect yourself at the scene of an accident, what to do at an accident if you do not have gloves and a CPR mask, how to assess the history of an accident, when to and how to call 911 or just go to the hospital.

This course meets the first-aid requirements for the BCPRA, CanFitPro, CSEP, ACE There is no written exam for this first-aid course. If you have taken this course in the last 3 years you can do a recertification in half the time. You will find Fitness First-Aid course dates on our schedule.

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