The largest and most credible provider of standard first aid programs in Saskatchewan is Regina First Aid. This course is the only basic course that meets workplace and provincial standards. This course comes standard with CPR and AED training. This provider has been offering this course for the past 10 years and is the most popular provider in Regina. Courses are offered several times throughout the week, in various training centers throughout Saskatchewan. Participants that complete this course get a take-home manual and receive a nationally approved certificate that is valid for 3 years. CPR standards are provided by the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ICLOR) which ensure that you receive the highest standards in CPR training. Knowledgeable and experienced instructors make the standard first aid a fun and informative course. Various other courses are available with this provider including stand-alone CPR training, food safety courses and on-line safety training such as WHMIS and TDG. Registration for workplace approved standard first aid training in Regina can be completed using the on-line registration form below or the contact information found on this page.
About Regina First Aid
Enrolment for Standard First Aid Training
Click here to visit the Regina First Aid website and enrol in a standard first aid, CPR and AED training course. The website offers a complete list of available classes and schedules, as well as an on-line registration form, also available below.
- Email Contact: [email protected] or [email protected]
- Telephone: 1-306-988-4432
- Website: www.firstaidregina.ca
Trainees are encouraged to complete their enrolment via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-ins during business hours in any of the training centers.
Course rates at Regina First Aid are easily the lowest in the area. They are inclusive of taxes, certification fees, training manuals, and use of training equipment. The following is a breakdown of prices for popular courses offered in Regina:
- Standard first aid, CPR level “HCP” and AED – 162.99
- Standard first aid, CPR level “A” or “C” and AED – 143.99
- Re-certification – 94.99
Trainees are entitled to full refunds if they drop out of their enrolled course, provided a 72-hour notice is given beforehand.
Standard First Aid
Standard training courses are available with CPR in three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. All levels include automated external defibrillation (AED) training. Participants level of CPR certification will be stated on the completion award.
Standard first aid training courses cover different emergency situations and injuries, and the necessary first aid skills to address them. Topics include:
- Heart Attacks
- Diabetic Emergencies
- Choking Emergencies
- Broken Bones
- Head Injuries
A lot of class hours is spent honing first aid skills and how to recognize and react to emergency situations.
CPR and AED ‘Only’ Classes
Stand-alone classes CPR classes are also available to trainees who do not want to enrol in the first aid and CPR training course. They are broken down into three level’s including ‘A’, ‘C’ and ‘HCP’. All classes include AED training. This courses take approximately half a day to complete (5 hours).
Private classes are offered to big groups of trainees or companies. These classes can be held at the Regina First Aid training centre or an instructor can be sent to your facility. Use the contact information provided above to request a quote.
St Mark James Certification
St Mark James training certificates are awarded to trainees who are able to pass their enrolled course. The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada for whatever purpose it may serve the trainee.
Expiring certification can be renewed through refresher / re-certification courses offered twice a week at Regina First Aid.
All training courses are taught by St Mark James certified instructors in high-end training centers so you’re sure to get high quality training at Regina First Aid. Enrol today!
Did You Know?
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
In case a person suddenly falls unconscious, without a pulse or regular breathing, remember these steps in providing chest compressions and rescue breaths. Rescuers who are trained in using automated external defibrilltors (AEDs) may use them if available.
- Call for help or get someone to call the local emergency number.
- With the heel of your hand in the middle of the chest, link your other hand on top and lock your elbows.
- Use your entire weight to compress the chest at least 2 inches. Allow chest to recoil before repeating compressions.
- After 30 compressions, give two rescue breaths. If the victim doesn’t have a neck or spine injury, tilt the head back and push the jaw down to open the mouth.
- Seal your mouth tightly over the victim’s and give two breaths.
- Repeat until the EMS arrives.