Mississauga First Aid is the number one training service provider for first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in Ontario. In collaboration with St Mark James, Mississauga First Aid offers credible certification for very affordable rates. With the great offers at Mississauga First Aid, it has remained the most popular choice among trainees. Enrol today!
Enrolment at Mississauga First Aid
Enrolment at Mississauga First Aid is really easy. After choosing your desired program, you can complete your registration through e-mail, telephone call, or walk-in during business hours in any of the training centers. A registration form is also available below.
Mississauga First Aid offers numerous classes for CPR. Full courses for CPR include first aid and automated external defibrillation (AED) training.
There are three CPR training levels that trainees have to choose from: A, C, and HCP.
- Level A includes CPR and AED training for adult victims
- Level C includes CPR and AED training for adult, infant, and child victims
- Level HCP is for health care providers
Stand-alone classes for CPR/AED or first aid are also available if you do not want to enrol in the full training program. Private instructors are also available for home training. If you need to book at trainer for special events such as company conferences or outings, Mississauga First Aid also has special trainers available.
St Mark James Certification
Training certificates are awarded at the completion of a training program. These must be renewed every three years through refresher programs. Mississauga First Aid holds refresher classes twice a week for the renewal / recertification of near-expired certificates.
You can read the Mississauga First Aid staff with the detail below.
- Website: http://firstaidcprmississauga.ca/
- Email: info@ firstaidcprMississauga.ca
Did You Know?
To manage a bronchial asthma attack, a rescuer must do the following:
- Calm the victim and help them to a comfortable position
- Ask if they have an inhaler and if you can get it for them
- If victim cannot use inhaler by themselves, take of the cap and place the inhaler inside the victim’s mouth
- Tell them to seal their mouth tightly and give one puff. Children might need to use spacers so ask them if they have any
- Monitor if the symptoms are relieved, if not, give another puff after 5 minutes.