First Aid and CPR Websites

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St Mark James First Aid is thrilled to introduce 8 other St Mark James first aid and CPR course websites to our network of websites. These websites will cater to a larger population and give more information to candidates looking to learn St Mark James first aid and CPR and get certified with St Mark James. The following is a list of all the new websites for candidates to explore and learn. Candidates can learn about all the different courses offered through St Mark James and Vancouver First Aid Ltd.

Health Care Provider CPR (HCP)

Health care provider CPR (CPR HCP) is the highest level of CPR taught by St Mark James, Vancouver First Aid and Heart and Stroke Foundation. It includes all of the CPR taught in the lower levels including: CPR level “A”, “B” and “C”. This course is approximately 8 hours in length and candidates will learn basic first aid for victims of heart attacks, angina, stroke and transient ischemic attacks (T.I.A.’s) . Re-certifications are available for all the CPR courses at this website.

Emergency and Standard Childcare First Aid and CPR

Childcare first aid is a popular course for new parents, daycare workers and child care works. This website will focus on candidates requiring childcare first aid and CPR level “B” courses. Certification granted for this course is valid for 3 years.  CPR level “B” comes standard with any childcare first aid course and candidates can not opt for a different level of CPR. These courses are provided exclusively by St Mark James. Emergency childcare first aid and CPR level “B” must be 8 hours in length and standard childcare first aid and CPR level “B” must be 16 hours in length. To register for a childcare first aid course or for more information click the childcare first aid title located above this paragraph.

St Mark James Emergency First Aid and CPR

Emergency first aid and CPR is one of the most basic first aid and CPR courses available through credible providers. Our emergency first aid website will focus on candidates looking to register for St Mark James emergency first aid and CPR courses. This course is one of the most popular first aid and CPR courses offered through St Mark James and Vancouver First Aid. This course is approximately 8 hours in length and comes standard with CPR level “A”. At some locations, candidates can opt for a higher level CPR “C”. Renewal courses are available for emergency first aid and CPR or stand alone CPR courses.

CPR and First Aid

First aid and CPR courses teach candidates basic rescue skills and preservation of life. This website will focus on candidates looking to take a first aid and CPR course. St Mark James courses included:

  • Standard First Aid and CPR “C”
  • Standard Childcare first aid and CPR “B”
  • Emergency first aid and CPR “A”
  • Emergency childcare first aid and CPR “B”
  • CPR level “A”
  • CPR level “C”
  • Health Care Provider CPR (CPR HCP)

This website will help candidate select the right course, provider, location and time. Courses are offered at comfortable and convenient locations at cheap prices.

St Mark James First Aid and CPR Training

St Mark James is the world’s largest provider of first aid and CPR training. St Mark James offers a wide range of different first aid and CPR courses and stand alone CPR courses. This website gives candidates information and allows for online registration for any St Mark James first aid and CPR course. This site will also help candidates select the location for the course of their choice.

Standard First Aid and CPR Training

Standard first aid is one of the most comprehensive and popular first aid and CPR courses offered through St Mark James, Heart and Stroke foundation and St. Johns Ambulance. This first aid training takes approximately 16 hours to complete and comes standard with CPR level “C” and AED training. At some locations candidates have the option of taking the first aid course with a more advanced CPR level “HCP” and AED. For more information on standard first aid courses select the “standard first aid and CPR courses” title above this paragraph to be re-directed to our SFA page. Shorter and cheaper renewal courses are also available for this course.

St Mark James CPR Courses

CPR  “C” is one of the most popular stand-alone CPR classes offered through St Mark James and Vancouver First Aid. This  8 hour course includes CPR “A” and “B” and adds additional infant CPR to make it the highest level of CPR for “lay” persons. Re-certification courses can be offered for this CPR course. The re-cert courses are significantly cheaper and shorter than any of the full courses.

First Aid and CPR Courses

This website will focus on candidates that are looking for first aid and CPR courses. St Mark James and Vancouver First Aid offer a wide range of first aid and CPR training including a number of re-certifications. These first aid and CPR courses will teach candidates to save lives and keep themselves safe in the process. Select the title of this paragraph for more information on first aid and CPR courses in your region.

First Aid and CPR Training Vancouver

Vancouver First Aid Ltd is the largest provider of First aid and CPR courses in the Vancouver Lower Mainland. Teaching locations include Burnaby, Coquitlam, Delta, Richmond, Surrey and West Vancouver. Vancouver First Aid offers St Mark James and Vancouver First Aid courses and re-certifications. Courses are taught at cheap prices at the most convenient and comfortable locations.

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