Childcare First Aid in Regina

Standard first aid training in Regina, Saskatchewan

Standard first aid training in Regina, Saskatchewan

Regina First Aid is one of the best CPR, childcare and standard first aid training providers in Saskatchewan. Since 2010, Regina First Aid has been offering trainees high quality training courses for the lowest rates in the area. Trainees can enrol in CPR “only” training courses, combined first aid, CPR and AED classes, private classes, and refresher courses. Participants that are interested in re-certification should check the required prerequisites for the course and certificate. Participants can also enrol in various safety and food handling certification programs with this provider.  Only the best training instructors are hired at Regina First Aid so trainees are assured of great classes that meet high expectations. To register for a childcare or standard first aid course (standard meets workplace requirements for most individuals) click the link below or complete the on-line registration form.

A complete list of classes and schedules are available on the Regina First Aid website.

Regina First Aid Contact Information

If you have any queries regarding classes and schedules, you can read Regina First Aid using the contact information below.

  • Website Address: http://firstaidregina.ca
  • Email Address: info@firstaidregina.ca
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Asthma Inhaler

First aid classes include skill training in using inhalers with spacers.

Offered Classes

Regina First Aid has the largest selection of training classes offered to prospective trainees. CPR training courses are offered in three levels, A, C, and HCP. The last two include pediatric CPR, AED, and first aid training. AEDs are machines that provide shock in order to restart the heart.

The CPR training courses use the 2010 Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines set by the American Heart Association in guiding rescuers providing compressions and defibrillation to victims of cardiac arrest.

Course Prices / Rates

Regina First Aid offers the lowest rates for all training courses. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, workplace approved registration fees, and training manuals and equipment. You can rest assured of no additional expenses.

Full refunds are given to trainees who drop out but provide a 72-hour notice beforehand. Should a trainee be unable to pass the training course the first time, he or she may retake the course at no additional cost.

Discounts are provided to charitable organizations and to large groups. Use the contact information provided above to request a quote for private training at the Regina training facility or at your location.

workplace approved certification

All CPR training courses are workplace approved registrations programs. Trainees who are able to complete a training course are given a certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED, valid for three years throughout Canada. Expiring or near-expiry certificates may be renewed through Regina First Aid’s refresher courses.

Facilities and Instructors

The different training facilities throughout Regina are all equipped with the latest technology in first aid training. Classrooms are spacious and comfortable as well.

All class intructors are certified by the workplace approved and are the best in their given fields of expertise so don’t hesitate to ask questions.

Enrolment

Prospective trainees can complete their enrolment using the on-line application form below. E-mails, telephone calls, and walk-ins are also highly encouraged by Regina First Aid’s very helpful staff.

On-line Registration form for Childcare First Aid in Regina

Event Name Venue Time Cost Register

Did You Know?

Head injuries in children

When children fall, it is usually the parent that gets a little bit hysterical, especially if the child keeps crying. If the child 12 months and younger hit his or her head during the fall, bring the child to the doctor to get checked out. For children older than 1 year of age, bumps are usually harmless the child is consolable and gets up afterwards. However, be sure to watch out for changes in consciousness (especially drowsiness), vomiting, and limps or favours one arm or leg.

Enrol in a standard first aid training to get certified in the workplace and learn to manage and recognize various head injuries.