First Aid Training

Turner First Aid, Safety and Security Training

We offer a wide range of courses in First Aid, Safety and Security. Our highly-trained instructors use up-to-date equipment and training methods to provide you with the skills needed to increase your employability for in-demand jobs across a variety of industries.

We can provide flexible course dates to meet your unique needs for groups of 6 or more. Contact us at training@turnergroup.ca for more information.

Our Instructors

Warren Turner

Warren Turner has been the Program Director at Turner First Aid Training since founding the school in 2006. He is responsible for establishing and overseeing course curriculum and has established an excellent reputation within the community based on his dedication to excellence and his desire for learning.

Warren is a licensed Paramedic and works with the B.C. Ambulance Service when he is not teaching or managing the Turner Group of Companies. Currently he is an instructor for the following courses:

  • CPR/AED
  • Emergency First Aid
  • Standard First Aid
  • Emergency Child Care First Aid
  • Emergency Medical Responder
  • Remote First Aid
  • Psychological First Aid
  • Occupational First Aid Level 1
  • Occupational First Aid Level 2
  • Occupational First Aid Level 3
  • Transportation Endorsement

Additionally, Warren instructs the Basic Security Training program for the Justice Institute of B.C and is currently developing first-aid and safety courses designed for individuals diagnosed with autism.

Brad Fraser

Brad Fraser is the Lead Instructor at Turner First Aid Training. He has taught most every level of First Aid for over 30 years - Emergency and Standard First Aid/CPR-C to BLS and OFA 3. He is currently a PCP Paramedic and Instructor with BCAS and used to coordinate the Paramedic Academy in the Interior for several years. He has worked as the Lead Instructor for Primary Care Paramedics and many of his previous paramedic students have gone on to Med school and hundreds now work as paramedics for BCAS all over the Province.

He has led a medical team to Haiti after the earthquake in 2010 and has taught paramedics instructors in Hong Kong. He was the Medical Director and organised training and medic services for the 2019 55+ BC Summer Games in Kelowna and was a Paid-on-Call Fire Fighter with West Kelowna Fire Rescue for 15 years.

As we begin expanding our course base and augmenting our programs, we are very excited to have Brad teaching the First Responder and Emergency Medical Responder courses and assist us in developing our instructors and training programs.

Brianna Moore

Brianna has been employed as an instructor with Turner First Aid Training since the school opened and has proven to be an invaluable member of our team. Students appreciate how she relates her experiences as a First Aid Attendant to brings a sense of reality to the classroom.

Currently, Brianna is certified to teach most of our courses, including the following:

  • CPR / AED
  • Emergency First Aid
  • Emergency Child Care First Aid
  • Standard First Aid
  • Occupational First Aid Level 1
  • Occupational First Aid Level 2
  • Occupational First Aid Level 3
  • Transportation Endorsement
  • In addition to teaching for our agency, Brianna also travels throughout the Province to teach for several other schools in rural communities.
Lynn Long

Lynn Long has been teaching first aid and CPR for various agencies since 1978 and has seen many changes throughout the years. She started working in EMS in 1988 and has been an Advanced Care Paramedic since 1993. During Lynn’s EMS career in Alberta, she has worked on the Ambulance, in Dispatch, coordinating fund raising and other events for EMS. Lynn has also worked 11 years in Saudi Arabia in a Hospital-based Ambulance Service as the Clinical
Coordinator and Paramedic Instructor. Lynn’s education extends to a Bachelor of Clinical Practice – Paramedic and a Critical Care Paramedic Course. Once returning to Canada, she worked as a contract instructor in the skills lab at SAIT for the Primary and Advanced Care Paramedic Programs. Lynn has recently moved to Kelowna and is excited to teach all levels of Red Cross and Occupational First Aid Courses.

Calum Sanders

Calum is originally from the UK and spent 10 years in the London Fire Brigade prior to his emigration to Canada, working as a firefighter and commanding officer at stations in Soho, Holloway, Leyton and Bermondsey. Calum is a qualified coach and mentor and holds certificates for SFA, BLS, EMR and all 3 levels of OFA. He is a Red Cross FA Instructor and is qualified to teach SFA, EFA, CPR, ECC & SCC