Date: Dec 16, 2022 to Dec 18, 2022

Time: All Day

Category: Education

Vaccination Required: No

Contact: Dylan Gothard <>
Typically, the course is ran over Friday evening (4-hours) and Saturday/Sunday at Elk Lake (8:00am-4:30pm). .
Canadian Red Cross Remote First Aid – This fun and interactive 20-hour course is a must for anyone who spends more than an hour away from medical aid. This course includes trip planning and preparation, adult, child and infant CPR (Level ‘C’), obstructed airway procedures, artificial respiration, use of an Automated External Defibrillator, prevention of disease transmission, and wound management. Recognition and first-aid treatment for drowning/partial drowning, heart attack and stroke, allergic reactions and anaphylactic shock, hypothermia, heat stroke, bone, muscle and joint injuries, poisons, burns, diabetic emergencies, head and spine injuries, evacuation and transportation, and extended care will also be covered. Participants spend the majority of the course doing hands-on first-aid and participating in first aid scenarios. By practicing with scenarios, students gain confidence, learn to improvise and react in emergency situations.
Minimum 8 participants needed to run this course. Max 12 participants.
Price for this course is $295.00 +GST/person. ACC-VI offers a course subsidy for members only, so the charges will be $225 /member (approximately a 25% subsidy for members).  We would also be paying the entire GST of 5% on $295 per member.
Price includes RFA Field Guide and certificate valid for 3 years

IMPORTANT: As posted on the ACCVI web site, this course subsidy would only be available to ACCVI Section members.

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