Ottawa First Aid has been the best provider of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) courses in Ottawa since 2008. It is the biggest and most popular workplace approved safety and training provider in the community. Classes are held at various schedules throughout the week, with more popular classes available during the evenings and weekends. Enrolment and registration is quick and hassle-free and can be completed using the details posted on this page or use our registration page. The most popular course available is standard first aid is a comprehensive two day course that includes CPR and AED training. In this course candidates will learn to manage emergencies such as head injuries, major bleeding, internal wound and breathing and circulatory emergencies. Re-certification classes are also available for customers looking to renew an expiring award. Enrol in a training course here or use the contact information provided below.
Contact and Registration Details
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- Email address: [email protected]
- Website: www.firstaidcprottawa.ca
- Telephone Number: 1-888-870-7002
Ottawa First Aid offer prospective trainees the opportunity to sign-up for training courses throughout the week, including evenings and weekends. Ontario WSIB approved training courses, stand-alone CPR classes, private classes, and refresher courses are available to trainees. The list below shows some of the numerous classes offered by this Ontario WSIB approved provider:
- Standard First Aid, CPR and AED
- Emergency First Aid, CPR and AED
- Standard Childcare First Aid, CPR and AED
- Stand-alone CPR and AED
- Re-Certification Courses
- Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS)
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG)
- Food Handling Certification Courses
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Life Support
- H2S Alive
- H2S Awareness
Who Register’s for First Aid Training in Ottawa?
The following people are required to have some level of first aid and / or CPR certification in Ontario:
- Police Officers
- RCMP Officers
- Security Guards
- Health Care Workers
- Registered Nurses
- LPN Nurses
- Fitness Workers
- Fitness Instructors
- Swimming Teachers
- Adopting Parents
- Construction Workers
- Oil and Gas Workers
- Medical School Students
- Nursing Students
- Dock Workers
- Office Workers
- Restaurant Managers
- Childcare Workers
- First Aid Attendants
Find out what course you need and register today using the contact information posted above.
Top 5 Reasons to Register with this Provider
- Nobody offers lower prices for public courses and private group classes. Check the competition. Nobody is cheaper!
- Classrooms are conveniently located, well-maintained and cleaned. This provider offers a great learning environment.
- Instructors are knowledgeable, friendly, experienced and fun. Classes are interactive and filled with activities rather than boring and long lectures.
- Great business practices make this provider popular. 100% refund policies (restrictions apply) and great customer service make this a provider that is easy to work with.
- A wide range of courses at differing dates and times throughout the week make registration very convenient.
Register today and see what this provider has to offer you.
Did You Know?
What to Do When You Can’t Give Mouth-to-Mouth
In some special circumstances, it is not possible to provide rescue breaths through the victims mouth (because of an injury or physical deformity). Rescuers enrolled in St Mark James training programs will learn to provide ventilations through these other techniques.
- Mouth-to-Nose – When a victims jaw has been broken or severely injured and it is not possible to create an effective seal, rescuers should try mouth-to-nose rescue breathing. Rescuers should attempt to close the victims mouth and seal the mouth over the victim’s nose.
- Mouth-to-Stoma – Victims who have special surgeries such as a tracheotomy to assist them with breathing have a tracheostomy tube in place through a hole in the neck called a stoma. The rescuer should seal the mouth and nose and provide rescue breaths through the tube.
To learn how to provide CPR for victims in a variety of circumstances, enrol into a course today.