If someone collapsed onto the floor in a medical emergency would you know what to do? Do you know the signs and symptoms of choking? Would you know what to do if someone had a fully obstructed airway? Learn about all of these things and more by enrolling in a CPR class in Mississauga with the most popular provider in the area: Mississauga First Aid. This experienced provider offers a number of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, first aid, automated external defibrillator, safety and on-line training programs. Comprehensive one and two day first aid and CPR programs meet Ontario WSIB requirements and include AED training. Certification provided through this provider is valid for 3 years throughout Canada. To register for a course or inquire about all the services available with Mississauga First Aid use the contact information below.
To visit the Mississauga First Aid website, click here. You can find a complete list of available classes and schedule on through the link. Trainees are encouraged to complete their enrolment using the form below or via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-in during business hours in any of the training centers in Mississauga.
- Telephone Number: 1-888-870-7002
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://www.firstaidcprmississauga.ca
Register today. Course space is limited.
What Will I Learn in a CPR Course?
Customers that enrol in CPR and AED training courses will learn about the following topics:
- American Heart Association approved CPR rescue techniques
- When and how to use and operate an automated external defibrillator (AED)
- How to manage conscious and unconscious obstructed airway victims
- Complications associated with choking and CPR
- How and when to use barrier devices such as bag-valve masks, pocket masks, and gloves
- Prevention of disease transmission
- Staying safe and being prepared for emergencies
- Circulatory emergencies including heart attacks, cardiac arrest, angina, stroke and transient ischemic attacks.
- Management of unconscious breathing victims
- Compression only CPR
These skills and techniques will be taught using hands-on training with the latest equipment.
What Classes Are Available?
A number of different classes are available. The following is a list of only CPR / BLS and AED training
- CPR level “A”
- CPR level “C”
- CPR level “HCP”
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Life Support
To register for any of the above mentioned courses use the contact information above.
The following are courses that include both CPR and first aid training:
- Standard first aid
- Emergency first aid
- Childcare first aid
- Marine first aid
- Babysitting Training
- First Responder
The following are other courses available with this provider in Mississauga:
- Food Safety
- H2S Awareness
- Fire Safety
St Mark James training certificates are awarded to trainees who are able to complete a training course. The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada. It will surely meet whatever requirement the trainee needs it for.
Mississauga First Aid offers the most competitive rates for all available classes. Initial enrolment fees include taxes, certification fees, and training manuals. Trainees are assured of no additional expenses during the training period.
Should a trainee be unable to complete a training course, he or she is entitled to a full refund of the enrolment fee, provided a 72-hour notice was given.
Mississauga First Aid has a number of training facilities throughout the area, all easily accessible by public and private transportation. Amenities such as free parking and restaurants are within walking distance.
The classrooms in all the training centers are spacious and well-maintained, and have the latest training equipment for first aid and CPR.
Did You Know?
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Unlike type 2 diabetes which is lifestyle related, type 1 diabetes is caused by non-functioning pancreas. The pancreas is a major organ located just below the stomach that produces a hormone known as insulin. Insulin, when released, lowers the levels of glucose in the bloodstream by cellular uptake. In diabetes type 1, the pancreas do not produce insulin at all, causing persistent hyperglycemia. This condition manifests as early as childhood.
- Family history of type 1 diabetes
- Genetic predisposition
- Viral infection (Epstein-arr, coxsackievirus, mumps, cytomegalovirus) that damage the islet cells of the Pancreas