Get certified, boost your resume and learn how to manage life-threatening medical emergencies including stroke, cardiac arrest, heart attacks, shock, head injuries and open fractures by attending a first aid course in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Participants that register with Halifax First Aid will receive Nova Scotia workplace approved certification. Learn to manage basic medical emergencies and injuries by enrolling in emergency first aid. Participants needing more comprehensive training can register in the two-day standard first aid course. Both classes including CPR and knowledge in the use of automated external defibrillators. Other popular classes include babysitting training, basic life support, food safety and on-line safety courses. You can find a complete list of available classes as well as an on-line registration form on the Halifax First Aid website. Once you’ve chosen a program, you can complete your registration via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-in during business hours.
How To Contact Halifax First Aid?
To contact this Nova Scotia workplace and academic approved provider and first aid supplier use the following information:
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 1-888-870-7002
- Website: www.firstaidhalifax.ca
On-line registration is available at any time of day. Telephone registration is available from 8 am to 6 pm.
What can Halifax First Aid offer you?
Largest selection of training programs
One aspect that makes this provider one of the most popular in Nova Scotia is the volume and number of classes available. Here’s a list of some of the courses participants may register for:
- Standard Childcare first aid and CPR
- Standard first aid and CPR
- Emergency Childcare first aid and CPR
- Emergency first aid and CPR
- First Responder
- Babysitting first aid
- Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS)
- Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
- Fire Safety
- Food Safe
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG)
- Basic Life Support
- Basic Marine first aid
- CPR level “C”
- CPR level “HCP”
- CPR level “A”
Use the contact information above to inquire about the upcoming courses and registration.
What Will I Learn in a Community Level First Aid and CPR Course?
Participants that enrol in popular Nova Scotia workplace approved standard first aid training with Halifax First Aid will learn about the following topics:
- ILCOR and American Heart Association Approved CPR
- How to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
- How to be prepared and stay safe during emergencies
- Breathing emergency recognition and management including choking, asthma and allergic reactions
- Circulatory emergency recognition and management including cardiac arrest, heart attacks and angina
- Sudden medical emergencies including seizures, poisoning and diabetic emergencies
- Environmental emergencies including hypothermia, heat exhaustion, heat cramps and heat stroke
- Barrier devices including pocket masks, gloves and proper sanitation techniques
- Management of unconscious breathing and non-breathing victims
- Legal implications of providing first aid
Learn about these topics and more by attending standard first aid training today.
Certification from St Mark James are awarded after the training program. They are valid for three years and can be renewed through refresher / re-certification courses.
Quality Programs and Service
Halifax First Aid is dedicated to supplying the best training centres, all easily accessible by public and private transportation. No class has ever been cancelled with Halifax First Aid. If you want private instruction or want to book training for a company event, Halifax First Aid also offers private instructors.
Enrol in a program today and get the best deals ever!
Did You Know?
Pneumonia with pleurisy
Pneumonia is an infection of lung tissue causing it to become inflamed, restricting lung expansion and causing increase sputum production, trouble breathing and chest pain. The infection can spread to the pleural membrane that surrounds the lung, causing it to become inflamed as well – this is called pleurisy. Pneumonia by itself usually does not cause chest pain but pleurisy does. Chest pain occurs during exhalation and is relieved during inhalation, when a deep breath is taken, or when pressure is put on the chest (the painful portion).