First Aid Training and Services for the Fraser Valley
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We have Emergency Medical Responders/First Responders 3/OFA L3 First Aid Attendants with CPR for all ages for sport and special events. All our Emergency Medical Responders are now certified to use Naloxone (Narcan) as part of their first aid protocols.

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Occupational First Aid Level 1/TE Instructor School

General Information

This is a 36 hr formal Occupational First Aid Level 1/TE Instructor training program.

Prerequisites OFA L1 Instructor

To be an instructor of an OFA Level 1 or equivalent course, an instructor candidate must:
  • Be at least 19 years of age prior to instructor training
  • Hold a current/valid Standard First Aid certificate or higher (preferred OFA L2 or L3)
  • Have successfully participated in a complete OFA Level 1 or, for OFA Level 1 equivalent course instructor candidates, have successfully participated in an OFA Level 1 equivalent course and scored 85% or higher on the written examination (i.e., achieve certification) not more than 6 months prior to initial instructor training
  • Complete a WorkSafeBC Jurisprudence Package.
Prerequisites Transportation Endorsement Instructor
To be an instructor of the Transportation Endorsement (TE) or equivalent course, a candidate must:
  • Hold a valid OFA Level 1 or equivalent instructor certificate
  • Hold a valid OFA Level 3 or equivalent first aid certificate
  • Have successfully participated in a complete OFA TE or equivalent TE course not more than 6 months prior to initial TE instructor training (i.e., achieve certification).

Certification

Prior to an agency issuing instructor certification authorizing the instructor to start instructing on their own, all candidates must be assessed for competency.

Materials

All candidates will receive the most up to date Instructor Guide (s) and student manual (s)

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Price: $745.00

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Occupational First Aid Level 2/3 Instructor School

General Information

The formal Occupational First Aid Level 2/3 Instructor training is at least 70 hrs in length and will have at least 5 candidates.

Prerequisites

To be an instructor of an OFA Level 2 or Level 3 or equivalent course, a candidate must:
  • Hold a valid OFA Level 2, Level 3 or equivalent first aid certificate or a current emergency pre-hospital care attendant certificate or license (course consisting of 70 hours or more) and have held it for at least the preceding four years
  • Participate in a complete OFA Level 3 or, a complete OFA Level 3 equivalent course and successfully complete the examination, not more than 6 months prior to participating in the initial instructor training process
  • Achieve 85% or greater on each part of the OFA Level 3 or equivalent examination.
Certification
Prior to an agency issuing instructor certification authorizing the instructor to start instructing on their own, all candidates must be assessed for competency.
For initial OFA Level 3 or equivalent instructor certifications, the competency assessment must be an in-
class observation of a minimum of 14 hours (4 lessons) of instruction or longer.
This assessment should include at least one review lesson.
Where practicable, the review lesson selected for observation should be at or near the end of the course.
The first 7 hours (two lessons) of the course must be observed. If the instructor is deemed competent after the first 7 hours of the course, the instructor may continue instructing the course.
All competency assessments must include a review of the instructors standards of performance at OFA 2 and OFA 3 or equivalent examinations and feedback from students and agency staff.
Materials
All candidates will receive the most current Instructional books and binders, which includes OFA L2, OFA L3 and OFA L3 Renewal Instructor Guides.
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Price: $1,200.00

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Red Cross Emergency Medical Responder / First Responder Instructor [(Advanced) Emergency Care Instructor] and Recert

Red Cross Emergency Medical Responder / First Responder Instructor  [(Advanced)Emergency Care Instructor] – 8-10 hrs (including skills check)

Pre-requisites:

– Have current (Red Cross) First Responder (FR3) certificate or higher Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
– Proof of current Red Cross First Aid Instructor status
– Preferred current BCEMA FR3 License (or in the process of getting) or higher (BC EMA EMR/PCP/ACP/CCP)
– 19 years of age

Course content:

  • Skills Assessment
  • Specialized Instructional Techniques
  • Organizing the Courses
  • Specific Course Content
  • Practice Teaching
  • Scenarios
  • BC EMA Licensing rules/exam

Recertification:

To be recertified – proof of the following must be shown to the Instructor Trainer before class start:

Have taught 3 courses in the last 3 years of which 2 can be a Standard First Aid with CPR, but at least 1 course needs to be at the level that recertfication is wanted for. For example, 2 SFA done in the last 3 years and 1 First Responder course will let you be able to recertify for Emergency Care Instructor, if the highest level was the EMR course, recertification can be obtained for Advanced Emergency Care Instructor level.

More information can be found in the latest version of the Red Cross Program Standards.

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