Childcare First Aid in Toronto

Childcare and Standard first aid training in Toronto, Ontario
Childcare and Standard first aid training in Toronto, Ontario

Toronto First Aid is the best provider of childcare first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) training in Ontario. A large variety of classes on first aid and safety are offered at the Ottawa First Aid training centres. Participants that enrol in workplace approved courses will receive 3 year certification that is valid throughout Canada. Participants that need to renew expiring standard first aid and / or CPR “HCP” or level “C” and AED awards can do so by enrolling in re-certification classes. This St Mark James training provider has the most competitive rates for high quality training in the area. Participants can enrol in WSIB approved one-day and two-day courses that combine first aid, CPR and AED training. Food handling certification courses and on-line safety training is also available. To enrol in any of these courses or to enrol in childcare first aid training in Toronto click the link below or use the contact information provided.

The Toronto First Aid website has a complete list of classes and schedules, and any additional information you may need. Click here to visit the Toronto First Aid homepage.

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Course Curriculum of a Childcare First Aid

Childcare first aid classes cover a lot of emergency situations regarding children ages 0-12. The following are some of the major topics discussed in the training courses.

  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for child and adult patients
  • Automated external defibrillator (AED) usage for adult and child patients
  • Cardiovascular and Respiratory Crisis Identification and Care
  • Acute Health-related and Environmental Emergencies

The video below is an introduction to the infant CPR training part of childcare first aid classes.

There are three levels of CPR training to choose from, all inclusive of AED training. AEDs are machines that provide shock in order to restart the heart. Levels A, C, and HCP include CPR and AED for adults, while only C and HCP include CPR and AED for infants and children. Skill development is an integral part of the training process, with trainees working on bandaging, bleeding management, and burn management skills to name a few.

Lowest Prices within Toronto

Childcare First Aid Training Room in Toronto
Childcare First Aid Training Room in Toronto

Training courses are offered at the lowest rates by this workplace approved training provider. No other training service provider offers more competitive rates than Toronto First Aid. The initial enrolment fee is inclusive of taxes, certificates, and workplace approved registration fees, as well as training manuals and equipment used. Trainees who are unable to pass the training course the first time can retake the course at no additional cost. Full refunds are given to trainees who provide a 72-hour notice prior to dropping out.

Top St Mark James Instructors and Training Facilities

Toronto First Aid training centers are high-end and equipped with the latest technology in first aid training. Classrooms are spacious and well-maintained to assure trainees of the best learning experience possible. The main training center is easily accessible, with quick and easy access to public transport. Restaurants and shops are also within walking distance of the center.


Enrolment may be completed through the on-line application form below, via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-ins at the training center.

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