Winnipeg First Aid is the largest and most credible St Mark James first aid and CPR training provider in Winnipeg. They offer different programs in high-end facilities, taught by professional and knowledgeable instructors. Standard first aid training is offered several times throughout the week, including on evenings and weekends. All classes are offered at the lowest course rates as well with standard first aid courses being as low as 108 dollars (all tax’s included). Participants that complete this course will receive workplace approved certification that is valid for 3 years throughout Canada. Typical participants include teachers, fire fighters, healthcare workers, lifeguards, nurses, students, CBSA employees and many more. Learn valuable life saving skills and enhance your resume by attending a standard first aid course in Winnipeg, Manitoba today.
To register for a standard first aid training course with Winnipeg First Aid, click here.
The Winnipeg First Aid website is available through the link. You can find a complete list of available classes, schedules, rates, and an on-line registration form (also available below) on the website as well.
Winnipeg First Aid Contact Information
If you have any questions regarding classes and schedules, you can reach the Winnipeg First Aid staff through the information below.
- Email Address: [email protected]
- Website: http://www.firstaidwinnipeg.ca
- Telephone: 204-272-8720
- Main Training Facility: 222 Osborne St, Unit 20, R3L1Z3, Winnipeg
For more details on the location of the training center, take a look at the map below.
Course prices offered at Winnipeg First Aid are among the lowest in the area. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certification fees, and training manuals. No additional fees are incurred during the training period.
- Standard First Aid, CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED – 108.99
- Standard First Aid, CPR level “A”. “C” or “HCP” and AED Re-Certification – 73.99
Trainees who drop out of enrolled courses are entitled to full refunds, provided a 72-hour notice is given beforehand.
Trainees can enrol in a variety of training classes at Winnipeg First Aid. Standard courses include cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), automated external defibrillation (AED) training. Different levels are available for different kinds of certification. Other available courses include emergency and childcare first aid which vary from one to two day programs.
Training classes are focused on knowledge and skill development, covering different emergency situations and how to recognize and react to them. Skills in bandaging, burn management, and wound care are among the most popular topics covered in standard first aid training courses.
Stand-alone CPR classes are also available to trainees who do not want to receive any first aid certification. Three level’s of training are available (level ‘A’, ‘C’ and ‘HCP’).
Private classes are available for groups and can be offered at the Winnipeg First Aid training centre or an instructor can come to you if space allows.
St Mark James training certificates for first aid, CPR, and AED are awarded to trainees who are able to complete and pass a training course. The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada, and will meet whatever requirement the trainee needs it for.
Refresher courses for renewal of expiring certificates are also available twice weekly at Winnipeg First Aid.
St Mark James certified training instructors oversee and teach all training courses. The Winnipeg First Aid staff is committed to providing trainees the best learning experience possible so don’t hesitate to ask them questions.
All classes are held in high-end training facilities with spacious and well-maintained classrooms. The facilities are equipped with the latest first aid training equipment as well.
There are several training centers located throughout Winnipeg, all within walking distance to public transportation and free parking.
Did You Know?
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation has three major parts: chest compression’s, rescue breaths, and automated external defibrillation (AED). These skills are all used when a victim’s heart has stopped and/or isn’t breathing properly to keep blood flowing throughout the body.
Hands-only CPR is for rescuers who have not been trained in providing rescue breaths or was trained but isn’t confident in their skills to perform it. Before starting CPR, be sure to call for emergency help.
- With the heel of your hand in the middle of the chest, place your other hand on top of it and link your fingers together.
- Lock your elbows and use your body weight to push down on the chest by at least 2 inches.
- Allow chest to recoil before making another compression.