Regina First Aid is leading, largest and cheapest first aid and CPR training provider in Saskatchewan. Learn effective methods of managing life threatening emergencies such as heart attacks, cardiac arrest, stroke, allergic reactions, shock, deadly bleeding, hypothermia, choking, poisonings and many more by enrolling in comprehensive training courses such as standard first aid. In standard first aid, a two-day course, participants will learn how to recognize and manage these emergencies with hands-on training using simulations and life-like scenarios. Participants that complete these courses will receive nationally recognize certificates that meet workplace and academic requirements for 3 years. To register for a first aid and / or CPR training course in Regina and to learn to become a part of the chain of survival visit the registration website by “clicking” the link below.
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More about Regina First Aid
After the completion of a training program, Regina First Aid awards trainees with a workplace approved training certificate. The certificate is good for three years and can be renewed through refresher programs. Re-certification programs test the skill and knowledge level of participants and strengthen areas that need improving. Participants will also learn the latest CPR and first aid standards provided through the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) which is the leading body on providing the most effective CPR rescue methods.
Private Instructors and Classes
Regina First Aid has several private instructors as well, so trainees can avail for private training at home, school, or work. Trainees can even book private instructors for company events. You can inquire about booking private classes through an e-mail or a telephone call.
Regina First Aid has the cheapest course costs in the area, varying from 47 dollars to 122 dollars. Trainees only have to pay their fees during the enrolment, with no additional expenses during the rest of the training. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certification, and workplace approved training manuals.
The following is a list of classes offered at Regina First Aid:
- Standard first aid – this course is workplace approved and takes approximately 18 hours to complete. Most popular level’s of CPR to partner with this course are level’s ‘C’ and ‘HCP’.
- Childcare first aid – this course is similar to standard first aid, however, it adds additional components for childcare concepts and teaches participants CPR level ‘B’ which is child and infant CPR.
- Stand-alone CPR level ‘A’ – adult CPR training only
- Stand-alone CPR level ‘C’ – CPR for victims of all ages
- Stand-alone CPR level ‘HCP’ – equivalent to CPR level ‘C’ but adds concepts pertaining to health care providers.
Regina First Aid has several training facilities throughout the area. All facilities have spacious and well-maintained classrooms, with high-end training equipment.
Did You Know?
Sinusitis: when to see a doctor
- Symptoms persist for several days
- Symptoms get worse
- Persistent fever
- History of recurrent sinusitis
- Pain and/or swelling around the eyes
- Swelling of the forehead
- Severe headache
- Vision changes
- Stiff neck
- Difficulty breathing
Learn more about sinusitis and workplace approved first aid in Regina First Aid.