Marine Advanced First Aid - Pickering, Ontario
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Our students are our top priority. It's not just about getting your certificate; we want to make sure you learn the skills, and can perform them under pressure, preparing you for real world situations. Our instructors are field experienced professionals with a passion for medical response. We go above and beyond to help our students to learn and succeed.
1815 Ironstone Manor, Unit 14a
Pickering, ON (Map)
Duration: 40 hours
Time: 8am to 6pm on weekends (unless otherwise specified)
About the Marine Advanced First Aid Program:
This 40 hour course offers comprehensive First Aid and CPR techniques and scenarios for those who need a higher level of training to work and respond to emergencies in a marine setting.
This course meets the requirements of Transport Canada (Transport Publication 13008), and is designed for anyone who needs a rating certificate, endorsement, or a Master or Officer certification, as well as for anyone who provides first aid on board a vessel engaged on a near-coastal voyage, class 1, or on a vessel on unlimited waters.
100% attendance, skills demonstration, and 75% min. passing grade on written exam
3-year certification in Marine Advanced First Aid
1 year certification in Basic Life Support (BLS), from the Canadian Red Cross
5 year Transport Canada certification in Marine Advanced First Aid
Not permitted under federal regulations
- The Red Cross
- The emergency scene
- Preventing disease transmission
- Respiratory emergencies
- Airway and ventilation
- Circulatory emergencies
- Soft tissue injuries
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Head and spine injuries
- Chest, abdominal, and pelvic injuries
- Sudden illnesses
- Heat‐ and cold‐related emergencies
- Reaching and moving people
- Multiple casualty incidents
- Toxicological hazards aboard ship
- Radio medical advice