The largest, lowest priced, highest quality and most popular provider for authorized and workplace approved first aid and CPR courses in Winnipeg is Winnipeg First Aid. Learn life saving skills and how to prevent harm, stay safe and preserve life by learning the most effective and common sense rescue techniques using mannequins and volunteer casualties. Build your resume and increase your confidence by attending workplace approved certification courses such as standard first aid and stand-alone CPR classes such as CPR for health care providers (CPR HCP). All instructors that work for this authorized provider are experienced, knowledgeable and friendly. Participants that need to renew expiring awards can attend re-certification courses which provide certificates that meet Manitoba workplace requirements. Register for a first aid and CPR course in Winnipeg and learn effective and life saving skills and receive certification that meets workplace and academic requirements.
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Winnipeg First Aid Contact Details
You can reach Winnipeg First Aid with any of the contact details below.
- Telephone: 204-272-8720
- Email: email@example.com
- Main Training Office: 222 Osborne St, Unit 20, R3L1Z3, Winnipeg
- Website: http://www.firstaidwinnipeg.ca
Winnipeg First Aid is located in the heart of Winnipeg in the Osborne district. A number of amenities are available including free parking and nearby restaurants and shops. Enrolment can be completed via e-mail, telephone, or walk-ins at the main training office.
About Winnipeg First Aid
First Aid and CPR Course Prices
Training course rates at Winnipeg First Aid are the lowest in the area. All rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and St Mark James registration fees. Trainees don’t need to worry about additional expenses because manuals and equipment used during training are all included in the initial enrolment fee. For trainees who choose to drop out of a training course, they are entitled to a full refund as long as a 72-hour notice is given.
CPR training courses are divided into three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. All levels include basic first aid and AED training. Trainees are taught only the latest information in basic first aid and CPR training. The American Heart Association’s Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines are introduced during CPR and AED training. The BLS guidelines showcase the updated techniques and pathways used when rescuing a victim of cardiac arrest. The steps in providing chest compression have changed in the latest 2010 BLS update, with the new orders being Compression-Airway-Breathing. Immediate compression’s have been shown to increase the survival rate of victims, as opposed to starting with rescue breaths.
For trainees who do not want to undergo the complete training course, stand-alone classes for basic first aid or CPR and AED training are available at Winnipeg First Aid. Basic first aid classes cover a lot of ground in discussing various emergency situations such as falls and wounds and the appropriate management from resulting complications. Skills in managing different injuries are one of the major focuses in basic first aid such as bandaging and wound care.
Private classes are offered to companies or big groups who request a separate class and schedule for training. These classes are usually used for skill development and team building activities for companies. Trainees who are unable to enrol in a regular class schedule may choose to register for a private class.
Certification and Renewals
All trainees who successfully finish a training course are awarded a St Mark James certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED training, valid for three years throughout Canada. Renewals for expiring or near-expiry certificates are also offered by Winnipeg First Aid’s refresher courses, usually held twice a week.
The training facilities are well-equipped with high-end technology used in first aid and CPR training. The classrooms are spacious and well-lit, to optimize the trainees’ learning experience with Winnipeg First Aid. The training centers are also conveniently located near public transportation and restaurants.
Get a head start on your training with the short lesson below.
Hypothermia happens when the body’s core temperature falls below the normal value of 37 degrees Celsius. Whether it be from cold water, snow, or the wind, hypothermia kills many Canadians ever year. Learning to recognize and care for victims of hypothermia is part and parcel of almost every major St Mark James training program.
How the Body Can Lose Heat
The body can enter into hypothermia as it can lose heat via:
Signs and symptoms of hypothermia
- Weak Pulse
- Slurred speech
- Loss of consciousness
To learn to provide emergency first aid for individuals suffering from hypothermia, enrol at Winnipeg First Aid today!