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Lower mainland fire departments using the Red Cross First Responder course

What lower mainland fire departments use the Red Cross First Responder course?

The Red Cross First Responder course is the most commonly used FR course in the lower mainland. Currently it is used by the following departments:

  • Abbotsford Fire & Rescue Service
  • Agassiz
  • Chilliwack
  • Coquitlam Fire & Rescue Service
  • Port Coquitlam Fire and Rescue
  • Delta Fire & Emergency Services
  • Harrison Hot Springs
  • Langley Township Fire Department
  • Langley City Fire & Rescue
  • New Westminster Fire & Rescue Services
  • North Vancouver Fire Department
  • Port Moody
  • Vancouver Fire & Rescue Services
  • West Vancouver Fire & Rescue

And the list continues to grow.

When you take your First Responder course with Priority Care First Aid you will receive your national certification AND your EMALB first responder level 3 licensing exams…. preparing you to the same standard used by these departments!

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Priority Care First Aid halted all in person course delivery on March 17th, following guidance from the Provincial Health Officer.  We wish to send our sincere thanks to all of our new and long term clients for their understanding during these unprecedented times, and are excited to announce that we are now able to return to our high quality EMS and instructor development programs starting July 1st!

Our classes will be much smaller in size for now, and will follow new guidance from WorkSafe BC and the Red Cross on maintaining a safe learning environment.

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