First Aid and CPR Courses in Toronto

Toronto First Aid is the premier provider of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) accreditation lessons in the Toronto area. It offers the most competitive rates for all available classes. First aid and CPR training courses are the most popular classes offered by Toronto First Aid. Refresher courses for renewal of certificates are also available. Because of the large number of classes and schedules, scheduling and enrolment is quick and easy.

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Learn the latest CPR rescue techniques in Toronto

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Toronto First Aid is dedicated to providing its trainees with the best quality training in the area. Enrolment can be completed through the on-line application form or via e-mail.

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Telephone calls and walk-ins at the training center are also highly encouraged by Toronto First Aid’s very helpful staff. A complete list of classes and schedules is available on the Toronto First Aid website.

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Training classrooms at Toronto First Aid.

What can Toronto First Aid offer you?

Toronto First Aid offers the lowest rates for the largest number of classes.

Training courses at Toronto First Aid are offered at the lowest rates in the Toronto area. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and St Mark James registration fees. No additional costs are incurred during the training because manuals and equipment used are all included in the initial enrolment fee. If a trainee decides to drop out of a course, a full refund is given as long as a the trainees provides a 72-hour notice.

Trainees receive the latest training in first aid, CPR, and AED.

CPR training course are offered in three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. Trainees are introduced to the American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines during CPR training. CPR and AED are part of the emergency response system in the BLS pathway. Immediate action within 3-5 minutes with compressions and defibrillation have been shown to increase the survival rates of victims of cardiac arrest. AEDs are machines able to detect heart rhythms and apply needed shock to restart the heart. The short video below will give you an idea of how to use AEDs, which will be discussed in detail in Toronto First Aid’s training courses.

Private classes are available, usually offered to companies and big groups who request a separate class and schedule for training.

Training centers are equipped with the latest technology.

Toronto First Aid’s training centers have the latest equipment in first aid and CPR training. Classrooms are spacious and air-conditioned, to provide trainees with the best environment for learning. The centers are located near public transportation, restaurants, and shops.

Training courses are taught by St Mark James certified educators.

The team of trainers at Toronto First Aid are friendly and welcoming, aside from being highly qualified. Trainers at Toronto First Aid are known for being the best in their fields of expertise.

Trainees receive a St Mark James certificate after completion of a training course.

Trainees who are able to complete a training course successfully are awarded a certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED, valid for three years all throughout Canada. Renewal or expiring or near-expiry certificates are also offered by Toronto First Aid, with classes held at least twice a week.

Did You Know?

First aid for a toothache

  • Rinse mouth with WARM water
  • Use floss to remove food/particles between your teeth
  • You may take an over-the-counter analgesic to relieve any pain
  • You may apply an over-the-country benzocaine directly on the gum. Take note: DO NOT use benzocaine on children younger than two years old.
  • You may apply oil of cloves to relieve pain as well.
  • DO NOT place aspirin or any painkiller directly on the damaged/painful area.

Don’t hesitate! Enrol in a training course with Toronto First Aid today!