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Marine Advanced First Aid and CPR Level C

This comprehensive 31 hour course covers first aid and cardiopulmonary rescuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need a higher level of training in the marine/fishing industry. This course trains people how to react and improvise in a marine setting. This course meets the requirements of Transport Canada outlined in Transport Publication (TP) 13008.

Designed for any person who wants to obtain a Master's or Officer's certificate or endorsement, or those providing first-aid on board a vessel engaged on coastal voyage, class 1, or unlimited voyage. 

In addition to the content covered in the Marine Basic First Aid course, recognition and treatment for chest, abdominal and pelvic injuries, sudden illnesses, reaching and moving people, multiple casualty incidents, toxicological hazards aboard ship, radio medical advice, pharmacology and sterilization will also be addressed. Participants spend the majority of the course doing hands-on first-aid and participating in first-aid scenarios.

This course includes a Red Cross Emergency Care text, Red Cross certificate valid for three years and a Transport Canada Training Certificate.

Full Course Length: 40 Hours

Schedule and Online registration for Victoria (Richmond School) B.C.

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If you have a group of people and would like us to come to your workplace to teach the Marine Advanced First Aid and CPR Level C Course. We offer this course to the follow locations: 

Victoria | Langford | Esquimalt | Sooke | Cobble Hill | Mill Bay | Duncan | Cedar | Ladysmith | Nanaimo | Parksville | Qualicum Beach | Port Alberni |Coombs | Parksville | Saltspring Island | Pender Island

Who should take this course:

  • Fishing guides
  • Coast guards
  • Commercial fisherman
  • Those providing first aid on board a vessel engaged on coastal voyage, class 1 or unlimited voyage
  • Any person who wants to obtain a Master's or Officer's certificate or endorsement
  • Other than a fishing vessel, engaged on a near coastal voyage, class 2 between Canadian ports, or on the Great Lakes Basin between Canadian and/or US ports, or on a sheltered waters