Kelowna First Aid is proudly partnered with CPR level “C” to provide the best workplace-approved first aid and CPR training services in Kelowna and in the Okanagan valley. This company has been providing workplace-approved CPR courses, first aid training, and food safety classes in Kelowna since 2010. Re-certification training courses are also available throughout the week. Explore this page to find out why Kelowna First Aid is the leading provider of basic, intermediate, advanced first aid and CPR training.
Top 7 Reasons to Register with Kelowna First Aid
1. The lowest prices. Kelowna First Aid prides itself on offering the lowest workplace-approved first aid and CPR training courses in the Okanagan Valley. Also, no hidden fees! Check out the following prices offered through this workplace-approved provider:
- CPR level “A” and AED – 48.99
- CPR level “C” and AED – 64.99
- CPR level “HCP” and AED (also known as basic life support)- 64.99
2. The cleanest classrooms. This company understands that no customer wants to spend a day or two in a crowded and dirty classroom. All of our training facilities are proudly clean and comfortable to help make the course more enjoyable.
3. most classes. This company offers the most workplace-approved classes throughout the week, on weekends, and even on weeknights. To be more convenient for the customer classes are spread throughout the week and at a variety of different times. A whole host of different courses and classes are available from stand-alone CPR training to comprehensive first aid, CPR, and AED training. It also offers OFA level 1 approved basic first aid and well as OFA 3 equivalent advanced first aid.
4. Friendly Staff. To make the experience more comfortable, instructors and staff are friendly and welcoming. The staff appreciates your desire to want to help others and learn basic first aid and CPR skills.
5. Easy Registration. Many competitors have difficult and strenuous systems when it comes to registering for these programs. At Kelowna, First Aid candidates can register anytime through a simple online registration program. If customers have any problems or concerns they can also register for courses the old-fashioned way through the phone.
6. No cancellations. One of the most difficult experiences for candidates is to hear the course they need is canceled. At Kelowna First Aid all first aid and CPR courses are rarely canceled. Over 99% of courses have run as scheduled.
7. Simple cancellations or transfers. This company follows basic customer service standards. If you can’t make the course you cancel or transfer with no extra charge as long as you do prior to 72 hours of the course. Things come up, but Kelowna First Aid understands.
For more information or to check out the variety of first aid and CPR courses available to participants in the Kelowna region visit the website at www.firstaidkelowna.ca. You can also email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This provider is located in the heart of Kelowna. Plenty of amenities are located nearby. Free parking is available as well as easy access through public transit. The classroom is located on the second floor of this newly renovated professional building located on Harvey Street. It proudly serves West Kelowna as well as Downtown Kelowna. Nearby neighbourhoods includes North Central and Central Kelowna, HoleyDell, South Pandosy, Tartan, the Northend and Ben Lee. For more informatoin about the location check out the map below.
- Address: Room 301 – 1634 Harvey Ave, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 6G2
- Telephone Number: +1 250-277-1944
- Email Address: email@example.com
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First Aid Tips – Generalized Seizures
Seizures (generalized seizures) are caused by abnormal activity in the brain. Many people assume that people that have seizures are elliptic. Epilepsy is a disorder of the nervous system that can cause seizures. However, seizures are not only caused by epilepsy. Here are some other major causes of seizures and convulsions.
- Head Injuries
- Brain Infections
- Extreme Temperatures
- A high fever in infants and children
- Drug overdose/misuse
Anything that can affect blood flow to the brain can cause a seizure/convulsion. Seizures rarely last for more than a minute and the recovering patient will have little to no recollection of what happened. They will likely seem dazed and confused. To learn more about seizures and how to recognize and manage them enroll in workplace-approved training programs.
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