CPR can help save the life of another person. While not a difficult skill to learn, a CPR course prepares participants to be as effective as possible while providing care to someone in need.
This course teaches participants how to manage an emergency scene, how to recognize a heart attack, and how to respond when someone stops breathing.
CPR-A covers resuscitation for Adults only. If you wish to learn CPR that covers adults, children, infants, and two-rescuer CPR, you need to take CPR-C.
This is a ½ day (3 hour) course.
- Responding to an emergency
- Recognizing a heart attack
- Recognizing a stroke
- Choking intervention
- British Columbia
- Northwest Territories
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