First Aid Training in Regina

First Aid Training in Regina

First Aid Training in Regina

Regina First Aid is the leading service provider of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) classes in Regina. All courses are overseen by workplace approved certified instructors and held in high-end training facilities in Regina. Courses are offered at the lowest / cheapest prices in Saskatoon. Private courses are available at your location or can be held at the training centre. Participants can also attend re-cert courses if they are looking to renew expiring standard first aid or stand-alone CPR awards. All awards are valid throughout Canada for three years. Trainees receive credible St Mark James certification once they finish a training course.

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Helping a Choking Victim - Continue coughing

First Aid classes will teach students how to handle choking emergencies.

Regina First Aid has the cheapest course rates.

Regina First Aid offers the largest selection of St Mark James training courses at the lowest rates in the area. Enrolment fees are inclusive taxes, certificates, St Mark James registration fees, and training manuals and equipment.

Trainees who do not complete the training course are entitled to a full refund, provided a 72-hour notice is given.

Trainees choose from the largest selection of St Mark James training programs.

The following is a brief list of readily available training courses with Regina First Aid.

  • Standard CPR and first aid
  • Standard Childcare first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Emergency first-aid
  • Emergency Childcare 1st aid and CPR
  • Basic Marine 1st aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Babysitting 1st aid
  • CPR level “C” for health care providers (CPR “HCP”) and AED
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) A and AED
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation level “C” and AED

AED and first aid training are included in all levels of the full training courses. 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. AEDs are machines that detect heart rhythms and apply needed shock to the heart.

Trainees receive the best first aid training as well because first aid classes are focused on knowledge and skill development of different first aid skills. Bandaging, Abdominal thrust maneuvers, and splinting are some of the skill developed in the training courses.

First Aid Tensor Bandage

Bandage used in immobilizing injuries.

Trainees receive St Mark James certificates upon completion of a training course.

Trainees who are able to complete a training course are awarded a certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED training, valid for three years throughout Canada. Recertification of expiring certificates are completed through refresher courses offered at least twice a week at Regina First Aid.

Regina First Aid also offers a number of extra classes.

Private classes are usually taken by big groups, companies, or trainees with scheduling problems and cannot enrol in any of the training courses. Stand-alone classes for first aid or CPR/AED are available to trainees who do not want to undergo the full training course.

Did You Know?

Helping with Medication

St Mark James training teaches individuals how to properly and legal assist individuals with taking medication. It is important for candidates to know the 5 rights of medication.

1. Ensure that it is the right medication
2. Ensure that it is the right medication for the individual needing assistance
3. Ensure that it is the right amount of medication
4. Ensure that it is the right time for this person to take this medication
5. Ensure that it is the right method of taking medication

It is also important for rescuers to know that they can only assist a victim with medication if the victim is conscious and specifically asks for the medication.

For more information and to learn more about performing first aid to those in need enrol in St Mark James training courses.