Emergency Child Care First Aid with CPR/AED Level B

Emergency Child Care First Aid with CPR/AED Level B is a one-day course designed by the Canadian Red Cross. Basic one-day course designed to introduce caregivers to injury prevention skills and knowledge. Course covers lifesaving first aid skills and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR and AED) for children, and babies. Course meets legislation requirements for provincial/territorial early childhood education and day care worker safety requirements.

Upcoming Classes

Topics Covered

  • Preparing to Respond
  • The EMS System
  • Check, Call, Care
  • Airway Emergencies
  • Breathing & Circulation Emergencies
  • First Aid for Respiratory & Cardiac Arrest
  • Head and Spine Injuries
  • Bone, Muscle, and Joint Injuries
  • Wound Care
  • Sudden Medical Conditions
  • Environmental Emergencies
  • Poisons
  • Keeping Children Safe

Certification Procedure

After successfully completion of in class program/training, Mainland Safety training company will submit all the details to Canadian Red Cross instructor/training partner portal with in 72 hours of completion of course.

Participant’s will get their certificates directly from Canadian Red Cross through the email address provided by participant during their training session.

Please call or email to Mainland safety for further question.


First Aid Instructor


Minimum 8 hours in-class


3-year certification in Emergency Child Care First Aid


6 hours in-class


• Successfully demonstrate skills and critical steps
• Min. 75% mark for written knowledge evaluation
• Attend and participate in 100% of the course


• Child Care First Aid (print and/or eBook)
• Comprehensive Guide to First Aid & CPR (eBook)
• Emergency Child Care First Aid certificate

(Digital Certificate issued upon successful completion)


• The Red Cross
• Responding to Emergencies
• The EMS system
• Check, Call, Care
• Airway emergencies
• Breathing and Circulation emergencies – Child and baby
• First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest – Child and baby
• Wound care
• Head, Neck and Spinal Injuries
• Bone, Muscle, and Joint Injuries
• Sudden Medical Emergencies
• Environmental Illness
• Poisons
• Caring for Children

*Includes any other content required by specific legislation