Canadian Red Cross in Kelowna, BC
First Aid and CPR programs, Professional Responder programs, Disaster Relief, Disaster Preparedness, Water Safety, Violence Prevention, Health and Safety training, and Health Equipment loan programs are among the many services that the Canadian Red Cross provides to Kelowna, BC, Canadians at large, and to communities around the world...every day.
Frontline First Aid & Emergency Training
Frontline First Aid & Emergency Training offers Canadian Red Cross First AId, CPR, Professional Responder and Instructor programs, as the Okanagan's most trusted Canadian Red Cross Training Partner, at our West Kelowna classroom.
2011 Daimler Drive
West Kelowna, BC
Frontline First Aid offers the most student centered and comprehensive suite of Canadian Red Cross First Aid and CPR courses in the Kelowna and the Okanagan.
With First Aid and CPR programs founded in Evidence Based, scienfifically credible protocols, and driven by Learner Centered and adaptable Instructor development...the Canadian Red Cross is the number one provider of First Aid, CPR and Professional Responder courses in Canada.
Based on the most recent ILCOR recommendations, and vetted through the Emergency Care Council of Canada...Canadian Red Cross courses focus on injury prevention, rescuer safety and straight forward skills that are simple to remember and perform.
Some of the First Aid and CPR courses available in Kelowna, BC:
The Canadian Red Cross in Kelowna, BC is guided by the overall vision, and Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.
5. VOLUNTARY SERVICE
The Canadian Red Cross maintains an active presence in all the Provinces and Territories, and has offices in most communities across Canada, and throughout British Columbia.
In Kelowna, BC the Canadian Red Cross maintains an administrative office at 124 Adams Road.
124 Adams Road
From this office, the Canadian Red Cross administers their local Equipment Loan programs, Disaster Relief efforts and local Management staff.
The Canadian Red Cross has long been a leader in the development of Swimming, Water Safety and Lifeguarding programs in Kelowna, BC and community swimming facilities across Canada.
Disaster Relief is one of the primary functions of the Canadian Red Cross...and the majority of fundrasising efforts and awareness campaigns are focused in this area.
From single residence house fires, to larger scale disasters such as floods, evacuations, wildfires, earthquakes, storms and landslides...the Canadian Red Cross is there is assist your community, any way possible.
Sometimes this means providing temporary shelter and meals. Sometimes clothing and personal items need replacing. Often times the most vital and significant service the Canadian Red Cross provides is establishing communication between displaced families, and reuniting them in times of crisis. Whatever your community's needs are...the Canadian Red Cross finds a way to support and supplement relief efforts in BC, across Canada, and around the world.
Coordinating the largest Humanitarian network of Volunteers in the world, the Red Cross is synonymous with Humanitarian aide.
The Canadian Red Cross is always recruiting new Volunteers to fill a wide variety of roles in your community. From fundraising and public education, to emergency shelters and intake...the Canadian Red Cross has a Volunteer position that suits your interests, experience and availability.
The Canadian Red Cross Health Equipment Loan Program (HELP) has benefited thousands of Canadian Residents in many Canadian communities...including Kelowna, BC.
With the support of the Canadian Red Cross network of volunteers, donors, funders and partners, Individuals dealing with injury or illness can take advantage of this program to improve their quality of life and independence, regardless of financial circumstances.
Short Term Loans.
People returning from hospital, seniors with with mobility issues and palliative care recipients have access to many types of medical equipment...free of charge.
Long Term Loans.
The "Aids to Independent Living Program" is available to eligible seniors throughout participating communities in BC.
This program includes an Application Process and a Financial Eligibility test...to ensure that resources are allocated for the greatest positive impact. Professional Health Care providers, including the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, can assist their patients/clients with the application process.
Eligible clients can retain the loaned equipment for as long as they need it.
AIL Program Participating Communities in BC:
Available AIL Program Equipment:
More AIL Program Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Attitudes and policies surrounding bullying and violence in the workplace have recently become a "hot topic" for almost every industry in Canada.
However, the Canadian Red Cross has been developing and implementing Violence Prevention programs for decades...ahead of the curve.
The Canadian Red Cross RespectED program is quickly becoming the Nation's standard for Bullying and Violence prevention programs, which include self-directed eLearning, public awareness campaigns and comprehensive school and workplace implementation strategies.
We all need to do our part to prevent violence, bullying and abuse in all it's forms across Canada...and the Canadian Red Cross has provided us with the tools we need to do so, effectively and respectfully.
Most Canadian Red Cross customer service inquiries related to Certificate Verification, Lost Certificates, and Course Materials are directed to the Canadian Red Cross National Call Center (NCC), in Calgary, Alberta.
In particular...Canadian Red Cross Instructors looking for verification of current credentials and proof of minimum teaching requirements to qualify for Upgrades or Recertification should begin by talking to the NCC.
Canadian Red Cross National Call Center
Western Zone Office
100-1305 11th Avenue SW
Tel: (403) 205-3448
Fax: (403) 205-3463
Toll Free: 1-888-307-7997
Proof of current Certification for BC EMALB EMR Licensing Evaluations:
The International Committee of the Red Cross is the head of the Red Cross Movement...and sets the priorities and vision for all Red Cross activities and projects.
Working in support of the ICRC...are the International Federation of the Red Cross, Red Crescent , and Red Crystal Societies.
At the "ground level" are the National Societies themselves...providing services and training in over 190 countries.