Regina First Aid is the best training provider of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrilltion (AED) in Saskatchewan. First aid and CPR training courses are held throughout the week, at various times. Scheduling is a breeze with Regina First Aid with registration available 24/7 on-line or with call ins or email’s available during regular business hours. Stand-alone CPR classes, group and business private classes, and refresher courses are also offered. All classes are taught by St Mark James certified educators so you can be assured of high quality education at the lowest rates. Enrol at Regina First Aid for first aid and CPR courses today by clicking the link or the button below!
First Aid and CPR Course Prices In Regina
Training courses and classes are offered at the most competitive prices in Regina. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, St Mark James registration fees, and training materials such as manuals. Full refunds are offered to trainees who choose to drop out of a course, as long as they give a 72-hour notice. The cost of popular courses is posted below:
- Standard First Aid and CPR level “C” and AED – 143.99
- CPR and AED only courses (no first aid) – 73.99
All course prices are shown on the Regina First Aid website with no hidden fee’s, costs or surprises
CPR and AED
CPR training courses are divided into 3 levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. All levels are inclusive of basic AED training. Participants will learn the latest AED rescue technique using trainers provided in the course.
Trainees are introduced to the concept of Basic Life Support (BLS), that was created by the American Heart Association to serve as a guide to rescuers when performing CPR and AED. The latest guidelines serve as the basis for CPR and AED training classes.
Basic First Aid
Basic first aid classes are able to cover a lot of emergency situations involving simple accidents and their various complications. Basic first aid knowledge has now become a commodity not just among health care providers but also family members and co-workers. Regina First Aid is the training service provider that can assure you will learn the right skills and knowledge in basic first aid. From a sprain to a concussion, trainees will be able to learn how to handle the situation. The video below is a short introduction to concussions.
Stand-alone classes are also offered to trainees who do not want to undergo the full training course. They make take classes on basic first aid or CPR and AED training only. Other stand-alone classes are focused of safety and management of injuries and complications. Food safety, fire hazards, and pet first aid are a few of the stand-alone classes offered by Regina First Aid.
Private classes are usually offered to companies or big groups who want to take their training in a separate class with a particular schedule. These classes are usually used for training employees for skill development or team building activities.
All training courses are overseen by St Mark James and trainees who are able finish a course are awarded at certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED, valid for three years. Refresher courses for renewal of expiring, current or near-expiry certificates are offered at least twice a week.
Training facilities are complete with high-end equipment and spacious classrooms throughout Regina. The centers are easily accessible by public transportation and within walking distance to a number of restaurants and shops.
Enrolment is as easy as filling out the application form below or sending an e-mail. Telephone calls and walk-ins at the training center are also encouraged by Regina First Aid’s very accommodating staff.
On-line application form for First Aid and CPR Courses in Regina, Saskatchewan
Did You Know?
First-degree burns involve the upper layer of the skin called the epidermis. These burns manifest pain and redness that blanches when pressure is applied. They do not blister and heal within several days, with minimal or no systemic response aside from pain. First-degree burns are usually caused by sun exposure or mild scalds.
Second-degree or partial-thickness burns involve the epidermis and next, deeper layer of skin called the dermis. These burns are very painful and blister formation is common. Blanching upon pressure and pain is intact. They heal in two to three weeks with minimal scarring. Scalds, flash burns, or contact with hot objects usually cause superficial second-degree burns.
Deep second-degree burns are caused by open flame, scalds, or hot grease. They appear waxy white with red elements. Healing can take up to six weeks, with scarring.
Third-degree or full-thickness burns involve the entire epidermis and dermis, and the fatty tissue underneath. These burns do not heal spontaneously and require skin grafting. They appear white, tan, gray, brown, or red, with vessels often seen. The burn wound is leathery and no pain is felt when the wound is touched.