Emergency responders play an important role in society, providing immediate lifesaving care to critical individuals. Having accredited Emergency Medical Responder training from leading instructors is crucial to their roles and responsibilities, helping them save a life in need. At Up-Beat First Aid, we ensure your medical team is trained properly and acts instinctively with our EMR courses. We offer courses at our state-of-the-art facilities in Dawson Creek and Chetwynd, as well as online or on-site training for groups of any size in Grande Prairie, Fort St. John’s, Fort Nelson and Prince George. Enhance your team and save a life with our help today.
Emergency Medical Responder
This 80-120 hour-course will help trainees learn and demonstrate the skills required to provide appropriate assessments and ongoing in all emergency situations.
Responders will learn various teaching techniques in both practical and realistic situations. This course is made for and developed by Professional Responders.
EMR Bridging Course
Candidates who have instructional experience with another recognized program can extend their skills and career prospects with this bridging course.
Nurses, medical experts and paramedics are not the only individuals that can benefit from these courses. OHS teams at workplaces in industries where accidents happen, such as oil & gas, manufacturing, mining and even schools, can benefit from these cases. Life-threatening accidents and illnesses can strike at any moment, so having your team prepared is the best case for your workplace.
EMR training gives your team the confidence, clarity, and ability to react immediately to emergency situations, such as workplace accidents, injuries, or illnesses. It also helps reduce recovery times, makes workplaces safer and enhances their career prospects. Most importantly, it means they can save lives in the most critical of moments. Our courses and instructors ensure that your team is well-equipped and focused on handling all medical emergencies.
Frequently Asked Question
Participants need to attend 100% of classes and achieve a minimum of 75% on the written, closed book evaluation while showing required skills. It will take 80 to 120 hours (based on the jurisdiction) to complete this course.
Participants will receive a digital certificate that is valid for 3 years. At the end of the three years, you will be required to undertake a recertification course. This will approximately take 40 hours to complete.
You will need to be over 18 Years of Age, have a Red Cross participant level certification in the discipline you wish to teach, and complete a skills evaluation. Discipline areas include the following: First Aid & CPR, Professional Responder, Wilderness & Remote First Aid and Psychological First Aid.