Emergency First Aid - Level A
Emergency First Aid Level A is fast-paced and extensive 1-day course that delivers proven methods for providing basic, urgent assistance to injured or ill adults. Through a combination of instruction, demonstration, and hands-on practice, participants will learn how to determine the severity of a patient’s condition and practice safe intervention when providing them with emergency support.
This course is aimed at lay rescuers or employees who are required to receive 8 hours or less of emergency or basic first aid instruction/practice as stipulated by provincial or federal health & safety regulations.
Print = RE2101E
eBook = RE2101ED
Course Completion Card
Valid for: 3 years*
Frequently asked questions
Class sizes are limited to 8 students. This allows ample time for leach learner to practice skills and gain confidence. There may be times when class sizes are less than 8.
You can check with your employer on contact me at [email protected] and I may be able to help you.
First responders are considered” Healthcare workers” and we do offer a BLS program that can be taught in half a day. Additional training is also available upon request, such as response to opioid poisonings. We can run a multitude of different real-life scenarios to help you gain confidence in the field.
Refunds are available only if the class is cancelled by Northumberland First Aid and CPR.
Heart & Stroke strongly recommends that all resuscitation instructors and their students be fully vaccinated in order to create the safest possible teaching and learning environment. Heart & Stroke requires that each credentialed instructor create and implement their own COVID-19 vaccination policy and make it easily accessible to students prior to course registration to help students make an informed decision about their resuscitation education.