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FIRST AID & CPR COURSES
TRAINING & CERTIFICATION
Key areas of Priority:
- Injury Prevention: Prevent and reduce injuries involving body contact (football, hockey), motorized vehicles, alcohol and other drugs and uncontrolled environments (hiking, camping).
- Trauma Assist: Reduce the time to respond to emergencies by learning the proper technique, skills and knowledge to approach the scene with confidence.
- Community Awareness: Increase positive perceptions of safety in the home, school, community and workplace. As a result, we become aware of the risk of injury associated with our daily activities. Moreover, we create a safe environment through education and training.
The Vision is to build a Stronger Community
Advance the health and safety of our community by getting to know your neighbours. Neighbours that know each other are more likely to look after one another. In other words, a healthy neighbourhood is one where people participate and interact in community life. Building strong communities is central to the vision of ViviMed Integrated Health. Therefore, we are committed to our goal of helping to build a safe and healthy community for all of Toronto and the GTA.
Advance the health and safety of our community by gaining the skill and confidence to respond to an emergency at work, in public or at home. Our training courses are designed for anyone that wants to learn how to help themselves and others in the event of an emergency. Moreover, the more Canadians we train in first aid and CPR the safer our community. Building strong communities is central to the vision of ViviMed Integrated Health. Therefore, we are committed to our goal of helping to build a safe and healthy community for all of Toronto and the GTA.
What makes us different?
Red Cross Certified Courses
VIVICPR is a specialized team of instructors and health professionals. Our instructors are highly qualified with real-life experience saving lives on the field.
Receive certification that meets your regulatory bodies requirement for CPR training. You will also receive access to upcoming webinars and digital recordings.
First Aid & CPR CERTIFICATION | TORONTo
Learn the necessary lifesaving skills needed to respond and manage an emergency until the EMS arrive. Did you know CPR in conjunction with automatic external defibrillator (AED) can increase the chance of survival by up to 75 percent in a person suffering from cardiac arrest. Therefore, everyone benefits from first aid and CPR training. Help save a life by getting certified in first aid and CPR. First Aid with CPR & AED courses were developed in accordance with recommendations from the International First Aid and Resuscitation Guidelines.
First-Aid at Home
First-Aid on the Job
Programs & Courses
Professional Training – Hands On Experience – Full Certification
CPR & AED
Basic Life Support
Emergency First Aid
Standard First Aid
Frequently Asked Questions
Anyone with a valid first aid certificate can be a first aider. A role of a first aider includes recognizing an emergency, contacting emergency medical services (EMS) and provide prompt care until the EMS arrives to the scene.
First aid refers to the care provided to an injured person until professional medical care can be obtained.
CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation which involves the combination of rescue breathes and chest compressions. CPR is done to circulates blood that contains oxygen to vital organs in a person suffering from cardiac arrest when the heart and breathing have stopped.
Level C courses teach first aid and/or CPR for adults, children and infants. In our commitment to serve the community, ViviMed offers at minimum Level C courses to ensure people receiving training to provide first aid and/or CPR to all age groups.
Level HCP courses also teach first aid and/or CPR, plus additional information for Health Care Providers. The course is designed for doctors, nurses, paramedics, and others health care professionals. In addition to the contents in Level C, this course also teaches Bag-Valve Mask (BVM), two-rescuer CPR, and the pulse check.