Front Line Training

Front Line Training

Medical First Responder

The course spans two weeks, operating from Monday to Friday, totaling 10 days.


The medical first responder course offered at the Frontline Training will provide the knowledge and skills you need to improve the chances of saving lives, reducing pain, and minimizing injuries before patients arrive to hospital. This is necessary for anyone working in traumatic and medical emergency situations.

Who Should Take the Medical First Responder Course?

Those seeking entry into Primary Care Paramedic  programs. Any emergency health care worker looking to become an Medical First Responder (MFR) will benefit from taking this course. This includes paramedics, law enforcement, firefighters, industrial workplace responders, and other emergency services personnel in Canada. You should also take this training if you want to become a senior workplace first aid attendant. You will need to already have the standard first aid CPR AED Level C certification.

What the Medical First Responder Certification Covers

  • – AFA  80 hours in class receiving medical training and hands-on practice. (Canadian Red Cross)
  •  -Psychological Trauma for EMS Providers (PTEP)
  • – Pre- Hospital Trauma Life Support – First Responder 
  • – Hours Paediatrics Emergency Assessment Recognition 
  • – Concepts in Geriatric Management

Certificates Obtained:

  • – WIEE MFR Certification
  • – Red Cross Advanced First Aid Certification. 
  • – PTEP – NAEMT
  • – BLS – Heart and Stroke 
  • – PHTLS First Responder- NAEMT

Delivery Outline: 

This course is delivered  as a blended program. 10 days in person and approx. 20 hours of self pace study. Contact our admin team for more information.

Benefits of the Certification

Not only will you receive valuable advanced training, completion of this training provides you with professional-level accreditation valid for two years. This is ideal for showing that you are capable of providing support in emergency situations, whether you are with or waiting for higher-level health care workers.

Minimum Prerequisites:

– Standard First Aid & CPR Level C (Heart and Stroke/Red Cross Preferred)

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