Windsor First Aid offers the largest variety of certification programs for CPR and first aid for very affordable rates. Classes are held throughout the week, evenings and weekends included for more popular classes. Because all the classes are taught by St Mark James certified instructors, you are sure to get the best training possible. Visit the Windsor First Aid for a complete list of available classes and enrol today!
You can send an e-mail to the Windsor First Aid staff with the information below. They will be happy to assist you with whatever inquiry you may have.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A registration form is available below for signing up to a class. You can click the link below to use the form. E-mails, telephone calls, and walk-ins are also highly encouraged by the Windsor First Aid staff.
St Mark James Certification Programs
Certification for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid training are available in three levels at Kelowna First Aid. These full courses include automated external defibrillation (AED) training. AEDs are machines that are attached to the chest and apply needed shock to restart the heart.
Trainees who do not want to enrol in the full course with both topics can choose to sign up for a stand-alone CPR/AED and stand-alone first aid class.
Kelowna First Aid also has private instructors available. You can book them for training at home or for special events like company conferences and outings. Just send an e-mail or give a call if you plan to taking a private program.
Windsor First Aid offers the cheapest program rates in Ontario. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certification fees, and St Mark James training manuals.
If you decide to drop out of your enrolled program, just give a 72-hour notice beforehand and you will receive a full refund.
Upon completion of a training program, the trainees are awarded training certificates from St Mark James. You have to renew / recertify these certificates within three years through refresher programs held twice a week at Windsor First aid.
- All classes are taught by St Mark James certified instructors.
- There are several high-end training facilities throughout Ontario. Classrooms are spacious and well-maintained, equipped with the latest AED trainers and training mannequins.
Did You Know?
A fever or a raise in core body temperature is a sign and symptom of an underlying condition. Temperature usually rises as the body fights off infection. The normal temperature of the body is 37 degrees Celsius or 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Most fevers run their course as the body defeats the infection but they can be very dangerous for infants and children. Temperatures of 39.4 degrees Celsius (103 degrees Fahrenheit) is usually considered dangerous for adults. Be sure to go see a doctor if your fever persists for several days. Drink a lot of water (more than the usual 8-10 glasses per day) and take over-the-counter medication if your doctor prescribes it.
Learn more about basic first aid and enrol in a training program today.