We are proud to announce, the new WorkSafeBC OFA Level 1 Recertification Course. This course is designed to be roughly 4 hours and is available to individuals with current (non-expired) certificates. Covid-19 extensions are acceptable, provided it falls within the prescribed timelines.
This course cannot be taken two cycles in a row. A “Recertification” certificate does not qualify entry into this course, it must be the general OFA Level 1 Certificate. Proof of current certification must be provided on the morning of the course to the instructor.
- Length: about 4 hours; Price: $80 +GST - Call, text or click on REGISTER NOW! to book into the next course.
The WorkSafeBC Occupational First Aid Level One recertification course is an 4 hour program, including coffee break and the exam and is designed to provide life-saving first aid skills to workers in industry. Successful candidates must demonstrate competency in practical skills and achieve 70% or higher on a multiple choice exam. Certification is valid for three years.
We recommend that participants pre-read their original course manual or get one at registration for pre-reading before the course to refresh your memory for the course.
OFA Level 1 recertification course outline:
A competent Level 1 first aid attendant will be able to:
• Reposition an injured worker
• Describe the roles and responsibilities of a designated first aid attendant
• Conduct a modified primary survey
Must be at least 16 years of age and be physically able to perform all of the First Aid tasks required to complete the learning tasks. Must hold a current (non-expired) certificates. Participants must provide the instructor with valid ID.
All course lengths are approximate and may vary depending upon number of participants and dedication to learning the material involved!