Hamilton First Aid is the best training provider of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) certification classes. Training courses are offered at the lowest rates in the area – no other service provider can compare. Prospective trainees can choose to enrol in a variety of classes from CPR to pet first aid training. All CPR training courses are certification courses, taught by St Mark James certified instructors. Trainees receive only the best training from a team of highly qualified trainers. Additional information regarding classes and schedules can be found on the Hamilton First Aid website.
Enrolment is as easy as filling out the application form below or sending an e-mail. Prospective trainees are also encouraged to complete their enrolment via telephone call or walk-ins at the training center. Any questions you may have can be directed towards Hamilton First Aid’s very helpful staff.
Training Courses CPR training course are offered in three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. AEDs supply the heart with needed shock in the case of cardiac arrest. The core of CPR training is the Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines by the American Heart Association. The latest BLS guidelines highlight technique and pathway changes according to recent studies in providing CPR. Chest compressions and defibrillation are part and parcel of the emergency response system that is activated when a rescuer sees a person collapse. Cardiac arrest is immediately suspected and compressions are started.
Extra Classes For trainees who do not wish to undergo the entire training course, stand-alone classes are available for enrolment. Basic first aid classes are able to cover a variety of emergency situations and the appropriate management for each. Because of the recent trend in calamities happening all over the world, first aid knowledge and skill may very well save someone else’s life – or your own. One of the topics covered by basic first aid is management of heavy bleeding, usually during vehicular accidents. The video below will give you an idea on what concepts are covered in Hamilton First Aid classes. Hamilton First Aid offers the largest number of training courses with a variety of schedules in the area, so you’re sure to get a schedule that’s right for you. Should there be any scheduling problems, private classes are also offered to trainees. Private classes are usually taken by big groups or companies that request a separate schedule for their training, often for skill development and team building of employees. Refresher Courses All training courses are inclusive of certification. Completion of a course will award the trainee with a certificate in first aid, CPR, and AED training, valid for three years throughout Canada. Refresher courses are offered to trainees who wish to renew expiring or near-expiry certification. Classes are held at least twice a week, with notably lighter course load than regular classes.
Training courses and classes are offered at the lowest rates in the area. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and St Mark James registration fees. Trainees don’t have to worry about additional costs because all manuals and training equipment are included in the initial registration fee. Full refunds are given to trainees who choose to drop out, provided they inform Hamilton First Aid 72-hours beforehand.
Facilities and Trainers
Hamilton First Aid training centers are well-maintained, with the latest equipment in first aid training. The center is conveniently located near public transportation and restaurants. The team of trainers at Hamilton First Aid are all certified St Mark James educators. The trainers are the best in their given fields of expertise so don’t hesitate to ask questions.
Did You Know?
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