First Aid and CPR Courses in Winnipeg

First aid and CPR training in Winnipeg, Manitoba

First aid and CPR training in Winnipeg, Manitoba

The most popular training provider of workplace approved first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) courses in Manitoba is Winnipeg First Aid. Winnipeg First Aid offers the largest number of courses and schedules compared to other training service providers. Prospective trainees may choose to enrol in a complete training course or stand-alone classes. Certification is also available with Winnipeg First Aid, as well as renewal of expiring or near-expiry certificates. All first aid and CPR training courses are overseen by provincially regulated programs and taught by workplace approved certified instructors.

For additional information on available classes and schedules, click here to visit the Winnipeg First Aid website.

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Winnipeg First Aid

Contact Information

You may contact Winnipeg First Aid using the following contact information.

  • Contact Number: 204-272-8720
  • Main Training Facility: 222 Osborne st, Unit 20, Winnipeg MB, R3L1Z3
  • Email Address: info@firstaidwinnipeg.ca
  • Website Address: http://firstaidwinnipeg.ca

Enrolment may be completed using the on-line application form below or via e-mail. Telephone calls and walk-ins at the training center are highly encouraged by Winnipeg First Aid’s very helpful staff.

The main training center is located near central Winnipeg. For more information about the location, see the map below.


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Lessons Offered

AED pad position

AED pad position on a child victim.

Winnipeg First Aid offers prospective trainees a number of different training courses and stand-alone classes. CPR training courses are divided into three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. All levels include basic first aid and AED training. CPR Level “A” offers basic CPR and AED training for adult and child victims; CPR Level “C” offers basic CPR and AED training for adult, child, and infant victims, along with basic first aid; and CPR Level “HCP” which offers comprehensive CPR and AED training for health-care providers.

AEDs are machines able to detect heart rhythms and apply needed shock to restart the heart. Because the use of AEDs are included in the emergency response system used when rescuing a victim of cardiac arrest, CPR training courses include AED training. The training courses use the American Heart Association’s Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines, focusing on the updates in techniques and pathway.

Trainees may choose to enrol in stand-alone classes if they do not want to undergo the entire training course. Stand-alone classes range from basic first aid to hazard management in the home. One of the latest courses offered by Winnipeg First Aid is food safety classes. Basic first aid classes cover a wide range of emergency situations to ensure that the trainees will be ready for whatever emergency situation they may be faced.

Extra classes

Private classes are offered at Winnipeg First Aid. These are usually taken by companies or big groups who request a special schedule and class for training of employees for team building or skill development. The rates for private training vary depending on the group size and / or if it is a charitable organization.

Certification

All training courses are workplace approved certification courses. Trainees who are able to complete a training course are given a certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED training, valid for three years throughout Canada. Refresher courses for renewal of expiring or near-expiry certificates are offered to participants that meet the prerequisites. Re-certification classes area available multiple times per week at the Osborne training centre.

Training course rates

Training course rates offered by Winnipeg First Aid are the lowest in the area. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and workplace approved registration fees. Trainees don’t have to worry about additional costs because manuals and training equipment are included in the initial enrolment fee. Should the trainee choose to drop out of a training course and provide a 72-hour notice, a full refund will be given.

  • Standard First Aid, CPR and AED – 114.99
  • Standard Childcare First Aid, CPR and AED – 128.99
  • Emergency First Aid, CPR and AED – 78.99
  • Emergency Childcare First Aid, CPR and AED – 84.99
  • Stand-Alone CPR and AED Programs (no first aid) – 54.99

Team of trainers

The team of trainers at Winnipeg First Aid are workplace approved certified instructors who are the best in their given fields of expertise. Only the latest techniques and information are taught to trainees. Course instructors are known to be the very friendly and accommodating to students, so don’t hesitate to ask questions if something is unclear to you.

Lecture room

First aid, CPR, and AED lecture room

Training centers and facilities

Winnipeg First Aid’s training facilities are well-maintained and equipped with the latest technology in first aid and CPR training. The classrooms are spacious and air-conditioned because Winnipeg First Aid is dedicated to providing the best learning experience for its trainees.

Over the years, Winnipeg First Aid has stood out as the front runner in quality of training courses for the cheapest rates. Trainees will be able to develop top notch first aid skills used to save the life of a loved one, a family member, a friend, a co-worker, or a stranger by enrolling in a training course with Winnipeg First Aid. Enrol today!

To get a head start on your training, a short lesson is given below.

A stroke, also known as a cerebrovascular accident (CVA), is a type of circulatory emergency. Circulatory emergencies account for the largest number of fatalities for individuals over the age of 44 in North America.  Strokes are typically caused by a blood clot blocks a narrowed artery in the brain; the part of the brain beyond the clot doesn’t get the oxygen it needs causing the brain tissue to die. Severe strokes can be fatal and less sever strokes may cause brain damage. If you ever suspect a person has experienced a stroke, contact emergency medical services (EMS) immediately. Candidates enrolled in first aid training will learn to recognize and manage victims of strokes and transient ischemic attacks (TIA).