First Aid Classes in Regina

First aid classes in Regina

First aid classes in Regina

Regina First Aid offers the best first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) training in the area. Prospective trainees are offered different training courses and classes throughout the week, with certain courses available during weekends and evenings. All training courses are overseen by St Mark James and taught by workplace approved-certified instructors, all at the lowest possible rates. ReginaFirst Aid is dedicated to providing the best learning experience for its trainees.

Enrolment can be completed using the application form below or through e-mail or telephone call. Walk-ins at the training centers are also highly encouraged by Regina First Aid’s very helpful staff. A complete list of classes and schedules are available on the Regina First Aid homepage here.

CPR/AED training mannequins

CPR/AED training mannequins

Regina First Aid

Classes and programs

Regina First Aid offers training courses, stand-alone classes, refresher courses, and private classes. CPR training courses are divided into three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. All levels include basic first aid and AED training. CPR Level “A” offers basic CPR and AED training for adult and child victims; CPR Level “C” offers basic CPR and AED training for adult, child, and infant victims, along with basic first aid; and CPR Level “HCP” which offers comprehensive CPR and AED training for health-care providers.

Stand-alone classes for basic first aid and CPR and AED only classes are available to trainees who do not want to undergo the entire training course. Stand-alone classes are focused on first aid done during emergency situations resulting in various injuries. Because of situations that compromise the health and safety of ourselves and the people around us, knowledge and skill in basic first aid is a must. A simple hazard can lead to death if dealt with improperly. First aid classes are no longer monopolized by health care providers but by all kinds of people in different professions.

Private classes are available for big groups or companies who request a separate class and schedule for training. Trainees who are unable to enrol in the regular schedules may choose to enrol in a private class as well.

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Workplace Approved Certification

All training courses are workplace approved training programs; a trainee who is able to complete a training course will receive a workplace approved certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED training, valid for three years throughout Canada. Regina First Aid also offers refresher courses for renewal of expiring or near-expiry certificates. Refresher classes are held at least twice a week.

Rates

Regina First Aid training courses are offered at the lowest rates in the area. No other training service provider can compete. You get your money’s worth because rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, workplace approved registration fees, training manuals, and equipment. Trainees who drop out of a training course are given full refunds, provided that there is a 72-hour notice.

Sign Up for St Mark James First Aid Classes in Regina, Saskatchewan Here

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Did You Know?

Sprains

When you enrol in a workplace approved first aid training program you will learn about various injuries and the first aid skils associated with them. A common injury that will be discussed in the course is sprains. Sprains are injuries to ligaments or tissues that hold our muscles together.

  • A first degree sprain is where the ligament has been stretched.
  • A second degree sprain is where the ligament is partly torn
  • A third degree sprain is a complete tear of the ligament.

The skills acquired in first aid courses with Regina First Aid may help you build self-confidence, enhance your resume and provide you with the ability to save a person’s life. Visit the Regina First Aid web site to sign up for first aid classes now.