First Aid and CPR Training in Winnipeg

First Aid and CPR Training in Winnipeg

First Aid and CPR Training in Winnipeg

Winnipeg First Aid is the leading provider of workplace approved first aid, CPR, AED, safety and food handling programs within Manitoba. It is committed to quality programs, great course schedules, accommodating staff, low prices, and knowledgeable instructors. It is an experienced provider that has been offering programs in Winnipeg since 2010. Several different courses are available for students which include standard, emergency, and child care first aid and CPR classes. Stand-alone CPR programs for individuals not needing first aid are available for registration as well. Registration for any course is available via a variety of means including telephone or on-line registration through the website (click the link in next sentence to visit the website)  Visit the Winnipeg First Aid website here to register for first aid and CPR training in Winnipeg.

Register for a Course with Winnipeg First Aid

Registration for training with Winnipeg First Aid is very simple. Students may easily sign up through e-mail, phone, or walk-ins during business hours in any of the training facilities. You can’t find a better provider than Winnipeg First Aid.

You can contact the Winnipeg First Aid staff below.

  • Website: www.firstaidwinnipeg.ca
  • Telephone: 204-272-8720
  • Main Training Facility Address: 222 Osborne St, Unit 20
  • Email: info@firstaidwinnipeg.ca

Customer service representatives are available to take your calls during regular business hours.

Valid First Aid and CPR Certification

Students receive their certificate upon completion of the training program. It is valid for three years and renewable through refresher programs held twice a week in all the facilities in Winnipeg.

First Aid and CPR Training Classroom in Winnipeg

First Aid and CPR Training Classroom in Winnipeg

First Aid / CPR Re-Certification Available with Winnipeg First Aid

Winnipeg First Aid delivers first aid and CPR re-certification programs. All of the renewal / re-certification courses are taught by St Mark James trainers. All of the trainers available at Winnipeg First Aid are patient and keen to teach.

Private Classes

Whether you need training for a group of 100 or a group of 3 individuals Winnipeg First Aid can provide several options for you. Private programs are available at the training centre or a workplace approved instructor can provide first aid and CPR training at your facility. Use the contact information above to receive a quote or to book a private event at your workplace or at the training centre.

Lowest Prices in Winnipeg

Winnipeg First Aid offers the most affordable prices in the Winnipeg area. Costs ranges from 40 dollars to 108 dollars depending on the type of certification taken. Training fees include taxes, certification, and training manuals. Full refunds are also given if the trainee gives are 72-hour notice before dropping out.

Check out the latest course prices from Winnipeg First Aid:

  • workplace approved Standard First Aid, CPR and AED: 114.99
  • workplace approved Emergency First Aid, CPR and AED: 78.99
  • CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED: 54.99

Best CPR and First Aid Training

Pediatric training mannequin and bag valve mask

Pediatric training mannequin and bag valve mask

Learn the basic skills on how to help save a life by registering for first aid lessons with Winnipeg First Aid. At Winnipeg First Aid you, will definitely get the best training at the best rates. All training courses meet International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) and American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines. Watch the latest CPR techniques in the video below.

Did you Know?

Toothache: a sign of infection

A toothache is a symptom of a damaged tooth, possibly requiring extraction of the tooth or tooth repair. As a trained first aid rescuer, remember these signs and symptoms for a possible tooth/gum infection:

  • Swelling and increased redness of gums
  • Pain when biting
  • Pain lasting more than two days
  • Fever
  • Difficulty breathing and swallowing

Learn more about managing toothaches in a training program. Enrol today!