Windsor First Aid offers high quality training programs for the lowest prices. A variety of childcare first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) training courses are offered to prospective trainees. Participants may also register for CPR and AED “only” courses if they do not need first aid certification. St Mark James re-certification courses and private group classes are also available. All courses are overseen by the workplace approved and taught by workplace approved certified trainers so you’re sure to get the best training. This popular adult education training centre also provides food safety, H2S awareness, TDG, WHMIS and pet first aid courses. Participants that need certification that meets WSIB requirements should enrol in two-day standard first aid and CPR courses. To register for any first aid course in Windsor, Ontario use the link above or complete the registration form available on this page.
Windsor First Aid Contact Information
You can contact Windsor First Aid with the information below. The friendly and professional staff will be sure to answer any queries you have.
- Email address: email@example.com
- Website: www.firstaidwindsor.ca
Training Course Rates
This workplace approved training provider offers the cheapest adult and childcare first aid courses in the area. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and workplace approved registration fees, even training manuals and equipment. Trainees don’t have to worry about additional expenses.
Full refunds are given to trainees who provide a 72-hour notice prior to dropping out of a course. If a trainee does not pass the course the first time, he or she is free to retake it at no additional cost.
Childcare and Adult Training Courses
Windsor First Aid offers three levels for CPR and AED training. All three levels (A, C, and HCP) include training in handling adult victims. Level C and HCP include training in handling pediatric victims and injuries.
AEDs are machines that are able to detect heart rhythms and give needed shock to restart the heart. All training courses are inclusive of AED for adults and children. Trainees are also introduced to the Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines by the American Heart Association, used during rescue of victims of cardiac arrest. Chest compressions within the first 3-5 minutes of collapse have been shown to increase the survival rates of victims.
Stand-alone basic first aid classes are also available for enrolment, with one of the most popular topics being choking hazards, especially for families with small children. Private classes are also offered to trainees who have scheduling problems or to big groups who request a separate class.
Childcare first aid covers the following topics:
- CPR for adolescent, child and adult victims
- Automated external defibrillator training for child and infant subjects
- Diabetic Emergencies
- Heat Stroke
- Heat Exhaustion
- Skeletal injuries (including open and closed fractures)
- Sudden medical injuries
- Shaking baby syndrome
These topics and more are covered in this workplace approved two-day course.
workplace approved Certification
All classes are overseen by the workplace approved and taught by workplace approved certified instructors. Trainees who are able to complete a training course will receive a workplace approved certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED, valid for three years throughout Canada. Refresher courses are also offered at least twice a week at Windsor First Aid for renewal of expiring awards. It is recommended that participants check the prerequisite requirements for re-certifications prior to registering. Participants must have a current St Mark James award to be eligible for renewal courses.
The main training centers are equipped with the latest technology in first aid and CPR training. Classrooms are well-maintained and spacious, to provide a comfortable learning experience for Windsor First Aid trainees. The training center is easily accessible as well, and within walking distance to public transportation and restaurants.
Prospective trainees can enrol using the application form below or via e-mail or telephone call. Walk-ins are also highly encouraged by Windsor First Aid’s very helpful staff. Enrolment will surely be a breeze!
Did You Know?
Children love animals, and sometimes you can’t help it if the child gets bitten or scratched. It’s important to clean the wound because animal mouth’s a breeding ground for bacteria and the wound could get infected. Immediate first aid steps to take:
- If the wound is bleeding, apply pressure with a clean piece of cloth until the bleeding stops. Do not touch the wound directly.
- Clean the wound with soap and water. Do not apply anything to the wound.
- Cover the wound with gauze and a bandage.
- Change the dressing as needed, especially when it gets dirty.
- Take the child to see a doctor.
Note: A tetanus shot is usually given when the child is school-aged and a booster dose every ten years. If the child has not had one yet, the doctor may suggest a tetanus shot be given.
To learn more about poisonings, bites, environmental injuries and wounds register for WSIB approved first aid training in Windsor, Ontario today!