Emergency Medical Responder & OFA3 Course | Dease Lake

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6 Weeks | February 17 – March 26, 2014 | Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday
6 Weekends | February 21 – March 30, 2014 | Friday-Saturday-Sunday

9:30am-3:30pm at the Northern Lights College in Dease Lake

The Emergency Responder (EMR) course is an entry-level introduction to emergency medicine.

This course provides training that students require in order to gain employment as an Emergency Medical Responder within a range of areas including:

  • Ambulance Services
  • Life Guarding
  • Industrial Emergency Services
  • Medical Response for Fire Departments
  • Ski-Patrol
  • Medical Services for Events

The EMR course also provides candidates with foundational knowledge in anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology; supporting further education in allied health science courses including; Health Care Aide, LPN, RN and Occupational Therapy.

Gain the skills and confidence you need in an emergency response…

  • Adult, Pediatric, & Infant Resuscitation
  • Spinal Trauma, Fractures & Wound Care
  • Life Saving Medication Administration
  • Childbirth & Pregnancy Complications
  • Multi-Casualty, Disaster Relief
  • Social & Psychological Crisis’

Upon successful completion of the EMR Course, graduates receive:

  1. CPR for Health-Care Providers |CPR-HCP | Valid for 3 Years
  2. Occupational First Aid Level 3 Certificate
  3. Nationally Recognized Standard First Aid
  4. 6.5 Education Credits | BC Ministry of Education
  5. Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credits granted by EMA Licensing Board

Funding available, contact jmarshall@jibc.ca or 778-789-0744 for more details or how to apply

JIBC | Paramedic Academy
www.jibc.ca | emr@jibc.ca