VFA teaches thousands of people every year in its stand-alone CPR and AED courses. They opened a brand new training facility in Abbotsford, B.C. in the Spring of 2017. They are renowned for offering low-priced courses, with fun and experienced teachers in clean and well-maintained facilities. They offer the full gauntlet of first aid and CPR courses including stand-alone CPR level “C”, health care provider CPR and qualitative mask fit testing. Learn to manage choking children, unconscious adults, heart attack emergencies, cardiac arrest, and many more emergencies by taking a CPR course in Abbotsford today.
What Courses / Services are Available in Abbotsford?
A massive number of courses and services are available with VFA in the Abbotsford training center including:
- Qualitative Respiratory Mask Fit Testing Using 3M Masks testing
- Emergency, WEFA (OFA level 1 equivalent), Standard, Childcare, and Babysitting First Aid courses
- Stand-alone CPR level ‘A’, ‘C’, & ‘HCP’ and automated external defibrillator (AED) training
- Online Food Safe level 1 (Provincially approved through BCDCC) training with in-class examination
- OFA level 1, 2, and 3 first aid kits and re-stocking
- First Aid safety audits
- Online Boat Safety course
- Food safe, first aid, and CPR re-certifications
To register for any of these courses in Abbotsford or to view all of the available services visit the VFA page.
How to Contact Vancouver First Aid in Abbotsford?
Use the following contact details to register for a course, test, or online program or inquire about the available services:
- 1-888-870-7002 (toll-free)
Registration for courses and information about available services is available using any of the contact information posted above. Customers can also contact customer service representatives.
What’s Covered in a CPR Course with VFA?
The following topics are covered in detail when enrolling in a basic CPR and AED course:
- Scene assessments: participants will learn to assess the scene for dangers, check for mechanisms of injury, determine the history and assess the casualty.
- Contacting Emergency Medical services: participants will learn when and how to contact EMS with and without bystanders present.
- How to Assess casualty’s vitals: participants will learn to assess levels of consciousness, open the airway, check for breathing and circulation
- How to provide effective ventilation and compression: learn when and how to provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation at effective depths and rates.
- How to manage unconscious breathing casualties: learn to go through the secondary survey as well as how to put the casualty in the recovery position.
Learn these topics and more when you register for a CPR course in Abbotsford.