First Aid Training



All first aid training is certified by the Red Cross.

To discuss off-site or corporate training, contact the Business Development Office toll free at 1 800 661 6490 ext 2038 or ext 8437 or e-mail businessdevfire@lakelandcollege.ca.

Standard First Aid and CPR Level C
ID #LP101 Learn standard first aid skills needed during a medical emergency or accident. This 14 to 16-hour course is recommended for the general public or workplaces with a low probability of performing CPR. The standard course includes injury prevention content, CPR and AED training. Course is designed to be site specific to allow participants to derive maximum benefit. This certification is valid for three years.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam May 25 - 26, 2017
Aug 23 - 24, 2017
Sep 7 - 8, 2017
ID #LP101
Learn standard first aid skills needed during a medical emergency or accident. This 14 to 16-hour course is recommended for the general public or workplaces with a low probability of performing CPR. The standard course includes injury prevention content, CPR and AED training. Course is designed to be site specific to allow participants to derive maximum benefit. This certification is valid for three years.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam

Scheduled: May 25 - 26, 2017
Aug 23 - 24, 2017
Sep 7 - 8, 2017
Re-certification for Standard First Aid and CPR Level C
ID #LP102

This 6 to 8-hour course reviews Standard First Aid, CPR and AED skills.

ID #LP102

This 6 to 8-hour course reviews Standard First Aid, CPR and AED skills.



Standard Child Care First Aid and CPR Level B
ID #LP103 Learn standard first aid skills needed during a medical emergency or accident involving children. This 16 to 20-hour course is recommended for individuals who need training for child care or early childhood education work, and for parents or any family member who cares for a baby or child. Learn adult, child and infant CPR, choking and AED training. It also covers non-life threatening childhood injuries and illness. This certification is valid for three years.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam
ID #LP103
Learn standard first aid skills needed during a medical emergency or accident involving children. This 16 to 20-hour course is recommended for individuals who need training for child care or early childhood education work, and for parents or any family member who cares for a baby or child. Learn adult, child and infant CPR, choking and AED training. It also covers non-life threatening childhood injuries and illness. This certification is valid for three years.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam

Re-certification for Standard Child Care First Aid and CPR Level B
ID #LP104

This 8 to 9-hour course reviews Standard Child Care First Aid and CPR skills.

ID #LP104

This 8 to 9-hour course reviews Standard Child Care First Aid and CPR skills.



Emergency First Aid and CPR Level C
ID #LP105 This 6 to 8-hour simple first aid and CPR course covers techniques that are taught in an interactive environment, for individuals who need just an overview of First Aid and CPR. Skills include adult CPR, AED training and choking. It focuses more on airway, breathing and circulation. The course is designed to be site specific to allow participants to derive maximum benefit. This certification is valid for three years.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam
ID #LP105
This 6 to 8-hour simple first aid and CPR course covers techniques that are taught in an interactive environment, for individuals who need just an overview of First Aid and CPR. Skills include adult CPR, AED training and choking. It focuses more on airway, breathing and circulation. The course is designed to be site specific to allow participants to derive maximum benefit. This certification is valid for three years.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam

Re-certification for Emergency First Aid and CPR Level C
ID #LP106

This 4 to 6-hour course reviews the Emergency First Aid and CPR skills.

ID #LP106

This 4 to 6-hour course reviews the Emergency First Aid and CPR skills.



Emergency Child Care First Aid and CPR Level B
ID #LP107 This is a 6- to 8-hour course that provides an overview of First Aid and CPR techniques, taught in an interactive environment, for individuals who care for infants or children, and for parents or any family member who cares for a baby or child. It focuses more on airway, breathing and circulation.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam
ID #LP107
This is a 6- to 8-hour course that provides an overview of First Aid and CPR techniques, taught in an interactive environment, for individuals who care for infants or children, and for parents or any family member who cares for a baby or child. It focuses more on airway, breathing and circulation.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam

First Responder/Recertification for First Responder
ID #LP115/ID #LP116

First Responder
This 40- to 44-hour course is designed to teach First Responders advanced first aid techniques for sustaining life, preventing further injuries and caring for illnesses and injuries until the next level of medical personnel arrives.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam

Recertification for First Responder
This 20-hour recertification course includes CPR Level HCP.

 

CPR Level C or Level HCP
ID #LP115/ID #LP116

First Responder
This 40- to 44-hour course is designed to teach First Responders advanced first aid techniques for sustaining life, preventing further injuries and caring for illnesses and injuries until the next level of medical personnel arrives.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam

Recertification for First Responder
This 20-hour recertification course includes CPR Level HCP.

 



Prerequisite: CPR Level C or Level HCP
CPR/AED Level A
ID #LP111 Level A training covers skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking for people aged 8 and older. (One rescuer/adult CPR/adult choking/barrier devices and pocket masks/AED). This training takes four hours.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam
ID #LP111
Level A training covers skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking for people aged 8 and older. (One rescuer/adult CPR/adult choking/barrier devices and pocket masks/AED). This training takes four hours.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam

CPR/AED Level B
ID #LP112 Level B training covers skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking in adults, children and babies. (One rescuer/adult, child or baby CPR/adult, child or baby choking/barrier devices and pocket masks/AED). This training takes five hours.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam
ID #LP112
Level B training covers skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking in adults, children and babies. (One rescuer/adult, child or baby CPR/adult, child or baby choking/barrier devices and pocket masks/AED). This training takes five hours.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam

CPR/AED Level C
ID #LP113 Level C training covers all CPR Level B course material and includes two-rescuer adult/child CPR. (One rescuer/adult, child or baby CPR/adult, child or baby choking/barrier devices and pocket masks/AED/adult, child two rescuer CPR). This training takes six hours.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam
ID #LP113
Level C training covers all CPR Level B course material and includes two-rescuer adult/child CPR. (One rescuer/adult, child or baby CPR/adult, child or baby choking/barrier devices and pocket masks/AED/adult, child two rescuer CPR). This training takes six hours.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam

CPR/AED Level HCP
ID #LP114 Level HCP training covers all CPR levels’ course material, plus two-person baby CPR and use of a Bag-Valve-Mask. (One rescuer/adult, child or baby CPR/adult, child or baby choking/barrier devices and pocket masks/AED). This training takes six hours.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam
ID #LP114
Level HCP training covers all CPR levels’ course material, plus two-person baby CPR and use of a Bag-Valve-Mask. (One rescuer/adult, child or baby CPR/adult, child or baby choking/barrier devices and pocket masks/AED). This training takes six hours.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, open book written exam