Would you know what to do if a friend of family member was laying on the floor unconscious? Do you know the international symbol for choking? Do you know when and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED)? Learn about these and other lifesaving concepts by enrolling in first aid and CPR courses in Halifax, Nova Scotia with Halifax First Aid. A large number of courses are available at various dates, times and locations. Private courses and CPR “only” classes are also very popular. Learn the latest American Heart Association (AHA) standards and techniques by registering with this Nova Scotia workplace approved provider. A complete list of classes and schedules is available on the Halifax First Aid website or you can use the contact information provided below.
Halifax First Aid is the best choice for you!
Halifax First Aid is committed to offering trainees the best education possible. Enrolment can be completed using the on-line application form below, or via e-mail or telephone call. Walk-ins at the training center are also encouraged by Halifax First Aid’s very accommodating staff. Because of the large number of classes offered at various schedules, scheduling is a breeze. So enrol now using the following contact information:
- Website Address: http://www.firstaidhalifax.ca
- Telephone: 1-888-870-7002
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Customer service staff are friendly and knowledgeable. Contact them anytime from Monday to Sunday from 7 am to 7 pm.
Most competitive rates in Halifax
Training courses at Halifax First Aid are offered at the most competitive rates in the area. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and St Mark James registration fees. Trainees don’t need to worry about additional charges because training equipment and manuals are included in the initial registration fee. Full refunds are also given to trainees who choose to drop out of a training course, as long as they provide a 72-hour notice.
Basic First Aid
Basic first aid covers a lot of ground from burns to sprains. Classes such as food safety and pet first aid are some of the first aid training courses offered by Halifax First Aid. Because of the recent occurrences of calamities all over the world, knowledge and skill of basic first aid has become a wanted commodity. The market for health care providers trained in basic first aid has also expanded, making basic first aid courses the most popular in Halifax.
One of the topics covered in basic first aid classes are concussions and its management. An introduction to this topic can be viewed in the following video.
Who Need First Aid and CPR Training in Halifax?
Many people are required to be trained in first aid and CPR including:
- Police Officers
- Community Centre Employees
- Government Workers
- Security Guards
- Elementary, Primary and High School teachers
- College educators
- CBSA officers
- Restaurant owners
- Construction workers
- Childcare/ daycare workers
The above list is just a brief list of people that are required to be trained and certified. To find the right course for you use the contact information posted above.
High-end training centers
Halifax First Aid training centers are equipped with the latest technology in first aid training. The classrooms are well-maintained and spacious. The training centers are conveniently located near public transportation, restaurants, and shops. Halifax First Aid is dedicated to the comfort and convenience of its trainees.
Best team of trainers
Halifax First Aid’s team of trainers are known for being very friendly, welcoming, and knowledgeable. They are all St Mark James certified instructors so you’re sure to get the best quality education.
Did You Know?
Monitoring capillary blood glucose in diabetes
As a training first aid rescuer, you will learn how to take a persons’ blood glucose levels. This is important during diabetic emergencies such as hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) and hyperglycemia (high blood sugar). Depending on a person’s diabetic treatment plan, CBG might be required to be taken daily, four hours after meals or food. Different factors affect CBG results, primarily food, medication, physical activity, illness, alcohol, stress, and hormone levels.