Mississauga First Aid is the most popular training service provider of St Mark James first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) accreditation classes. It provides the most competitive rates for a wide range of training programs. Prospective trainees can easily enrol in a variety of classes and schedules. CPR training courses are St Mark James certification courses and are inclusive of basic first aid and automated external defibrillation (AED) training. All courses are taught by St Mark James certified trainers so you’re sure to receive the best training possible.
Enrolment with First Aid and CPR Courses in Mississauga
Enrolment can be done by filling out the application form below. Prospective trainees may also enrol via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-ins at the different training centers. Mississauga First Aid’s very welcoming and friendly staff will be glad to assist you with your needs. Complete list of classes and schedules are available on the website.
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Training Course Rates for First Aid and CPR Courses in Mississauga
Mississauga First Aid offers the lowest training course rates in the area. Rates are inclusive of training equipment, manuals, certificates, St Mark James registration fees, and taxes. You’re assured of no additional expenses when you training with Mississauga First Aid.
CPR and AED
There are three levels of CPR training: A, C, and HCP. All of the levels include first aid and AED training. AEDs are machines that are attached to the chest with pads and supply the heart with needed shock during cardiac arrest.
AEDs are machines able to detect heart rhythms and apply needed shock to restart the heart. They can manually and automatically give shock, depending on the settings. Training at Mississauga First Aid involves complete training in AED use, alongside the latest updates with regards to CPR techniques in the 2010 Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines. The updated BLS pathway used when responding to a victim of cardiac arrest can be seen below.
Basic First Aid
Basic first aid classes cover a variety of topics and situations requiring immediate management with first aid. Other stand-alone classes are focused on safety and hazard management such as fire and food safety classes. Basic first aid training also involves a lot of skill development regarding wound care, bandaging, and other similar tasks. Lecture portions of the training course are used to introduce the trainees to different scenarios and health management associated with each.
A sample lesson is given below to give you an idea of basic first aid classes.
Private classes are usually offered to big groups or companies who want a separate class for training their employees, either for skill development or team building activities. Trainees who are unable to find a suitable schedule can also choose to enrol in a private class.
All training courses are overseen by St Mark James so completion of any course will award the trainee with a certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED training. The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada. Refresher / re-certification courses for renewal of expiring or near-expiry certificates are also available at Mississauga First Aid, at least twice a week.
Training Facilities for First Aid and CPR Courses in Mississauga
Mississauga First Aid training centers are well-maintained, with spacious classrooms and high-end training equipment for first aid, CPR, and AED. The centers are conveniently located near public transportation, restaurants, and shops. Free parking is also available near some of the centers for trainees with private vehicles.
St Mark James Certified Trainers
The team of trainers at Mississauga First Aid are very patient and professional, and are all certified St Mark James educators. Don’t hesitate to ask questions if you do not understand a particular concept; the trainers will surely be able to answer all your questions.
On-line application form to First Aid and CPR Courses in Mississauga, Ontario
Did You Know?
- Protect wound from mechanical injury
- Protect wound from microbial infection
- Provide or maintain moisture of the wound
- Provide thermal insulation
- Absorb drainage and/or debride (remove dead skin)