How Long Does a First Aid Certificate Last?

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First aid certificates last for three years. This is so to give the holders basic skills and make sure the holders refresh their skills by keeping them current with new procedures. The expiry of the certificate depends on the course that was taken in first aid. Some certificates, for example, the Annual Refresher and Basic Life Support are valid for only one year.
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