CPR Certification in Regina

CPR Certification in Regina

CPR Certification in Regina

Do you need to get certified in the latest cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) standards? Do you want to learn how to recognize and manage emergencies such as cardiac arrest, heart attacks and choking? Register with Regina First Aid to get certified with the most popular provider in Saskatchewan. This provider offers the lowest prices, most experienced instructors and easy registration (available by telephone, email, on-line, on-line chat and in person). Participants can register for a wide range of courses including two-day standard first aid, food safety, WHMIS and CPR certification courses. To register for a CPR certification course in Regina click here. To register for a course, inquire about other services available with this provider or to book a private course use the contact information provided below.

How to Contact Regina First Aid?

To contact this Saskatchewan and Canadian approved first aid, CPR and food safety provider use the following contact information:

  • Website: http://www.firstaidregina.ca
  • Telephone: 1-888-870-7002
  • Email: info@canadianfirstaid.ca

Staff are available to take your call from 7 am to 6 pm from Monday to Sunday.

What can Regina First Aid offer you?

Flexible scheduling

All training courses, stand-alone classes, and refresher courses are offered at various schedules throughout the week, with night classes and weekend classes also available for enrollment. Trainees who have trouble with scheduling and cannot enrol in any of the regular class schedules can opt for a private class. Private classes are available at the training centre or a qualified instructor can come to you. Competitive rates are available for private classes.

Wide range of classes

The following workplace first aid, safety and CPR certification courses are available:

Chest compressions

Chest compressions should be started before assessing airway and breathing.

  • Standard first aid and CPR
  • Emergency first aid and CPR
  • Childcare first aid and CPR
  • Babysitting Training
  • Marine First Aid
  • Basic Life Support
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • Advanced First Aid
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support
  • Workplace Hazardous Material Information System
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods
  • Material Safety Data Sheets
  • Fire Safety
  • H2S Alive
  • H2S Awareness
  • Food Safety Certification
  • Stand-alone CPR “C”
  • Stand-alone CPR “A”
  • Stand-alone CPR “HCP”

To register for any of the above mentioned courses use the contact information provided above.

Cheapest training course rates

No other training service provider offers trainees better rates. Initial enrollment fees are inclusive of taxes, certificates, St Mark James registration fees, training manuals, and other equipment. Trainees who choose to drop out of a training course are given a full refund, as long as they provide a 72-hour notice.

St Mark James Certification

All first aid and CPR and AED training classes are St Mark James certification classes. Trainees who are able to complete a training course are awarded certificates for first aid, CPR, and AED training, valid for three years throughout Canada.

Renewal / re-certification of expiring certificates may be done through refresher courses offered twice a week at Regina First Aid.

What Will I Learn in a CPR Course?

Participants that enrol in CPR certification courses will learn about the following topics

  • Rescuer and victim safety
  • Barrier devices and personal protective equipment
  • Moving a victim
  • Recovery position
  • Managing fully and partially obstructed conscious and unconscious victims
  • Do not resuscitate orders
  • Cardiac Arrest
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Automated External Defibrillators
  • Circulatory Emergencies
  • Breathing Emergencies

Get certified and learn life-saving skills by enrolling in a course today.

Did You Know?

Testing for diabetes with a random CBG test

Capillary blood glucose (CBG) test – CBG testing is done two hours after a meal, at random times. A random CBG result of 200 mg/dL or higher is suggestive of diabetes. A result of 140 to 199 mg/dL is considered prediabetes. Normal results is between 90 – 139 mg/dL. Anything lower is considered hypoglycemia. While results from a CBG test aren’t conclusive, when coupled with signs and symptoms of diabetes, the result is a prominent diagnostic factor.

Visit the Regina First Aid website today for more information about classes and schedules. Enrol in a first aid, CPR, and AED training course today!