First Aid Services in Ottawa, Ontario

First aid and CPR courses and services in Ottawa

First aid and CPR courses and services in Ottawa

Ottawa First Aid has been the leading provider of St Mark James first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) courses in Ottawa since 2006. This training service provider is the most popular and largest service provider in the city. A huge number of classes are held at different schedules during the week. Enrolment is hassle-free and easy. Ottawa First Aid program rates are the most affordable in the city as well.

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You can register for a program with the button below that will bring you to the registration form. You may also complete your enrolment through e-mail, telephone call, or walk-in during business hours in any of the training centers in Ontario. Choose a program and enrol today!

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Selection of training courses

Checking for breathing of an unconscious victim

Checking for breathing of an unconscious victim

Ottawa First Aid offers prospective students very flexible scheduling, with classes held during evenings and weekends. Courses cover different topics such as babysitting, child care, emergency, and standard CPR and first aid. Full training courses on CPR include first aid and automated external defibrillation (AED) as well. AEDs are machines that are attached to the chest to supply shock needed by the heart. These full courses have three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”.

Available Courses:

This St Mark James provider offers the following programs:

  • Standard First Aid
  • Emergency First Aid
  • Childcare First Aid
  • CPR level “A”
  • CPR level “C”
  • CPR level “C” for health care providers (CPR “HCP”)
  • Re-certification programs

Other Workplace Courses provided by this training service providers:

  • Online WHIMIS Traning
  • Transportation of Dangerous Good Online Training
  • Fire Safety Training
  • Hydrogen Sulphide Training (H2S)
  • Food Handling Training

However, if you do not want to enrol in a full training course for both CPR and first aid, stand-alone classes for either topic are also available.

St Mark James Class Rates

Ottawa First aid offers the best values for all of its St Mark James CPR and first aid lessons. Other training providers just can’t compare. Rates include taxes, certification fees, and training manuals so you don’t have to worry about additional expenses. These rates are also only paid once – during the enrolment.

Renewal / Re-Certification Programs

Certification from St Mark James are awarded after the completion of a training program. The certificates are renewable within three years through refresher programs at Ottawa First Aid. Refresher programs are held at a minimum of twice a week.

Private Programs

Trainees who want to enrol in a program in the comfort of their own home can sign up for private courses at Ottawa First Aid. Instructors can be booked for home teaching or training for special events such as company meetings, outings, or conferences. Just give a call or send an e-mail if you want to book private or special training.

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