Vancouver BC Emergency First Aid Training Stroke CPR & AED Courses Launched

First Aid Pro, a Vancouver based first aid training centre and a Training Partner of The Canadian Red Cross, launched a new series of courses for those looking to learn first aid skills to approach any medical emergency with confidence.

Vancouver, Canada - January 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

First Aid Pro, a provincially recognized first aid training centre based in Vancouver, British Columbia, announced the launch of a series of courses for clients interested in learning the necessary first aid skills to react quickly in a variety of situations. The new courses are tailored to each client’s needs with affordable and flexible course times so that all clients can learn the tools to approach any medical emergency with confidence.

More information can be found at https://www.firstaidpro.ca.

Heart disease and stroke are the second and third leading causes of death in Canada with a Canadian dying of a heart condition every 7 minutes. Knowing what to do in such unfortunate cases is very important as every minute is crucial when someone is in cardiac arrest. If a person cannot intervene in 4 minutes after the cardiac arrest then the cells in the brain begin to die, while 6 minutes of non-intervention lead to irreversible damages.

Because a basic knowledge of first aid can save lives, First Aid Pro now offers courses including 3 basic and easy to remember steps to follow in any emergency. Their “Check, Call, Care” intervention guide teaches people how to recognize a heart attack or a stroke, when to call the ambulance, when they should or should not perform CPR, and what is a good CPR chest compression.

Allan Cabatic, the head instructor of First Aid Pro and a full-time professional firefighter and First Responder Instructor, is always up-to-date and uses his own real-life experience to provide clear instruction and practical application of skills. Even after many years of training experience, he constantly strives to offer a fun, professional and a practical environment, where all learners feel comfortable regardless of background or physical capabilities.

A satisfied client said: “The team at First Aid Pro is amazing! The instructors not only know their stuff, but they have years of real-life application! Allan makes learning first aid an amazing experience, full of laughter and learning. Highly recommend!”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling +1-604-765-3613.

Contact Info:
Name: Allan Cabatic
Organization: First Aid Pro
Address: 128 West Cordova Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 0E6, Canada
Website: https://www.firstaidpro.ca

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 469475

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