Winnipeg First Aid is a St Mark James affiliate that offers students in Winnipeg the best certification programs for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid. Combined first aid and CPR courses and stand-alone CPR classes are held throughout the week, evenings and weekends. The most popular, workplace approved course is standard first aid which teaches participants how to manage a large number of casualty management techniques. A number of CPR classes are also available in Winnipeg which include level’s ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and health care provider level ‘HCP’. Other classes available with this provider include standard, emergency and childcare first aid which also include CPR and AED training.
Click here to visit the Winnipeg First Aid website for a complete list of available classes, schedules, and rates. Registration is also available using the on-line registration form below. Details regarding booking private classes can also be found through the link.
Register for a Workplace Approved CPR Class in Winnipeg, Manitoba
To register for a CPR class at Winnipeg First Aid, select a course from below. Trainees are also encouraged to send an e-mail, telephone call, or walk-in during business hours in any of Winnipeg First Aid’s training centers.
- Address: 222 Osborne Street in Unit 20, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3L 1Z3
- Website: http://www.firstaidwinnipeg.ca
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 204-272-8720
For more information about amenities in the area, parking, or directions, refer to the map below. The main training center is easily accessible by public and private transportation, with free parking and restaurants within walking distance.
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About Winnipeg First Aid
- Course rates are very competitive. They include taxes, certification fees, and training manuals so trainees have no additional expenses after the initial enrollment fees are paid.
- Full refunds are given to trainees who drop out, provided a 72-hour notice was done.
Standard first aid courses in Winnipeg are only 114.99! CPR courses are as low as 53.99!
What First Aid and CPR Programs Are Available?
Participants may register for the following courses
- Emergency first aid (one day course)
- Childcare first aid (two day course)
- Standard first aid (two day course)
- Stand-alone CPR and AED (5 hour course)
All first aid courses include CPR and AED training. Re-certification courses for expiring awards are also available.
What CPR only Programs are Available?
- CPR level “A” and AED
- CPR level “C” and AED
- CPR level “HCP” and AED
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- Private Infant CPR Training
What Safety Programs Are Available?
- Workplace Hazardous Information System (WHMIS) – On-line Only
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) – On-line Only
- Mask Fit Testing
What Will I Learn in a Standard First Aid Course in Winnipeg?
Participants that sign up for first aid training will learn about the following topics:
- Eye injuries
- Open Fractures
- Closed Fractures
- Deadly Bleeding
- Blood Borne Pathogens
- Protective Disease
- Slings (Tube and Arm)
- Anatomical Splinting
- Soft Splinting
- Sprains and Strains
- Pulled muscles
- Heart Disease
- Cardiac Arrest
- Transient Ischemic Attacks
- Common Law in association with legal implications in providing CPR and first aid
- Secondary Survey
- Medical Alerts
- The EMS system
A large number of topics make standard first aid the most comprehensive basic first aid and CPR course available to individuals in Manitoba. This course meets Manitoba workplace standards.
- St Mark James training certificates are awarded to trainees who are able to complete and pass a training course.
- The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada.
- All classes are taught by St Mark James certified professionals who are known to be very friendly, accommodating, and knowledgeable.
- Classes are held in high-end training centers throughout Winnipeg. Classrooms are spacious and well-maintained, and outfitted with the latest training equipment.
Did You Know?
Victims who fall unconscious but remain breathing and have normal circulation are placed in the recovery position. The person is turned to the side, with the jaw thrust down to keep the mouth open. One arm is placed beneath the head to support it and one knee is bent slightly at an angle. This position helps prevent airway obstruction and aspiration in case of regurgitation of stomach contents.