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Marine Basic First Aid and CPR Level C
Did you know only 1 in 5 Canadians has taken a First Aid/CPR course in the past three years?
Marine Basic First Aid is a comprehensive two-day course designed to meet the needs of those expected to provide first aid in a marine environment. This first aid course is very similar to the Standard First Aid course - the main difference is that the scenarios used are taken from the marine/fishing industry. This course meets the requirements of Transport Canada outlined in Transport Publication (TP) 13008 E.
At Alert First-Aid, we not only believe it our job to teach you the required information, but to ensure you feel confident and empowered when dealing with injuries. We do this with our hands-on learning approach, running first-aid scenarios that are relevant for you, encouraging you to use real first-aid supplies and to ask questions and practice in a safe and fun environment. All of our first aid instructors go through a comprehensive training and mentorship program before they are ready to teach a first aid first aid course with Alert First-Aid.
Participants spend the majority of the course doing hands-on first-aid and participating in first-aid scenarios.
Marine Basic First Aid Course Materials
A virtual manual is included. Hard copy manuals are available for an additional $10.00.
Marine Basic First Aid Course Certification
Red Cross certificates are now virtual! You will receive a temporary certificate at the end of your course, and your permanent certificate (valid for 3 years) will be emailed to you after the course has taken place.
This course meets Transport Canada Training Program Standards in Marine First-Aid (TP 13008E). This Canadian Red Cross First-Aid and CPR certification is valid for 3 years.
Canadian Red Cross First Aid App
The official Canadian Red Cross First Aid app puts lifesaving advice in your hands. Available for Apple and Android mobile devices, the app helps you maintain your first aid skills and respond to everyday emergencies. By downloading the app on your smartphone or tablet, you get instant access to videos (like the one below), interactive quizzes and simple step-by-step advice to help you maintain your life-saving skills and respond when needed. It is even fully integrated with 911, so you can call EMS from the app at any time.
to view the Red Cross Marine First Aid course objectives Click here
to view the Red Cross Marine First Aid training brochure Click here
to view the Marine First Aid Kit Contents Click here
to view the Canadian Red Cross Marine Basic First Aid Fact Sheet
Our Clients Say
"I have taken/taught many basic first aid courses; this was one of the most effective in terms of entertainment, good discussion, knowledge and practical education. Mike is an excellent instructor - thank you. Fully recommend."
James Mayall, Victoria B.C.
Marine Basic First-Aid
"This was easily the best first aid course that I have ever taken. The practical experience will certainly be easy to remember. Gary is a stellar instructor and has a true gift in teaching and dealing with people."
If you have a group of people and would like us to come to you to teach a Marine Basic First Aid with CPR C course, we offer this course in the following locations:
Victoria | Langford | Esquimalt | Sooke | Cobble Hill | Mill Bay | Duncan | Lake Cowichan | Cedar | Ladysmith | Nanaimo | Parksville | Qualicum Beach | Port Alberni | Coombs | Parksville | Campbell River | Saltspring Island | Pender Island | Powell River | Gabriola Isand | Burnaby | Coquitlam | Delta | Langley | Maple Ridge | New Westminster | North Vancouver | Pitt Meadows | Port Moody | Richmond | Surrey | Vancouver | West Vancouver | White Rock | Langley
Please give us a call at 1-866-282-5378 or send us an email at email@example.com to arrange a group course.
Who should take this course:
Fishing engaged on a near coastal voyage, class 1 (NC1), class 2 (NC2) or sheltered waters voyage (SW)
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