Do you need basic one day first aid, CPR and AED training? Do you want to learn to manage almost any medical emergency or injury? Candidates that sign up for emergency first aid courses will learn to manage a variety of emergencies including heart attacks, allergic reactions, fractures, head injuries, concussions, seizures, poisonings, angina, stroke and cardiac arrest. Participants will also learn and be certified in the latest CPR and AED rescue techniques. Halifax First Aid is the leading provider of workplace and academic approved first aid, CPR and AED certification courses. Low prices, great facilities, experienced instructors and easy registration makes this the top provider for workplace courses in Nova Scotia.
Quick and Easy Enrollment
Just visit the Halifax First Aid website here to view the complete list of offered classes, schedules, and course rates. An on-line registration form is also available on the site. Trainees are also encouraged to complete their enrolment via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-ins in any of the training centres.
- Email: email@example.com
- Website Address: http://www.firstaidhalifax.ca
- Telephone: 1-888-870-7002
What Will I Learn In a First Aid Course?
Participants that enroll in emergency first aid training will learn to recognize and manage the following emergencies:
- Unconscious non-breathing victims
- Obstructed airways (fully and partially)
- Heart Attacks
- Transient Ischemic Attacks
- Allergic Reactions
- Broken Bones
- Embedded Objects
- Asthma Attacks
- Cardiac Arrest
Learn to manage these emergencies with confidence by taking a course today.
What Courses Are Available with Halifax First Aid?
One of the popular aspects of this Nova Scotia training provider is that they offer a wide range of courses including:
- Standard, emergency and childcare first aid (all courses include CPR and AED training)
- CPR level ‘A’, ‘C’ and ‘HCP’ and AED (no first aid)
- Standard first aid re-certifications
- CPR level ‘C’ and ‘HCP’ re-certifications
- Marine First Aid
- Babysitting Training
- Fire Safety
- Oxygen Adminstration
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Life Support
- Food Handling / Safety
To register for any of the above mentioned, or for more information, use the contact information posted above.
Did You Know?
Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening allergic reaction that causes trouble breathing due to spasms of the respiratory airways and shock due to a sudden drop in blood pressure. This can occur in response to an allergen for people with allergies. Delayed reactions may also occur.
What to do?
- Call your local emergency number
- If the victim has an autoinjector (an epinephrine pen), ask if you can help administer it (usually in the thigh)
- Tell the victim to lie still on his or her back
- Loosen tight clothing and cover the victim with a blanket or additional clothing
- If the victim vomits or bleeds from the mouth, turn him or her to the side
- If victim stops breathing and or is unresponsive, start CPR immediately