Regina First is the one of the best training service providers of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid in Regina. Full courses and stand-alone classes are available throughout the week, evenings and weekends included for popular classes. All classes are certification programs so if you’re looking to get certified by a federally and provincially approved provider, look no further than Regina First Aid.
Click here for a complete list of available classes at the Regina First Aid website or register for a class on-line below. Trainees can complete their registration with the form below or via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-ins during business hours in any of Regina First Aid’s training centers.
Register for a First Aid and / or CPR Class in Regina
About Regina First Aid
- Regina First Aid has the largest selection of certification programs in the area. CPR full courses come in three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. Each level has its own St Mark James certificate.
- CPR A lasts 4 hours; CPR C lasts 5 hours; CPR HCP lasts 6 hours.
- Stand-alone CPR classes are also available if a trainee does not want to enrol in a combined first aid and CPR training course. All CPR classes include AED training.
- Private courses are usually taken by big groups of trainees and companies. You can contact Regina First Aid for more information on booking private courses.
- 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.
- Refresher courses for the renewal of expiring certification are held twice a week at Regina First Aid.
- Rates for all classes are the most competitive in the area. Rates include taxes, certificates, and training manuals. Other training service providers can’t compare.
- Trainees who drop out are entitled to full refunds, provided a 72-hour notice was given.
- All classes are held in high-end training facilities with spacious classrooms and the latest training equipment for first aid and CPR training.
- All classes are overseen and taught by St Mark James certified instructors so trainees get the best training experience possible.
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