Participants that enrol in WSIB approved first aid courses with Ottawa First Aid will learn the latest rescue techniques to manage heart attacks, unconscious victims, choking casualties, breathing emergencies, angina, stroke, anapylaxis, shock, diabetic emergencies, seizures, poisonings and many more. Typical participants include doctors, teachers, students, pharmacists, CBSA workers, food handlers, government workers, fire fighters, police officers, security guards and managers. Popular courses provided through Ottawa First Aid include standard, emergency and standard childcare first aid. All basic first aid courses include cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) training. Learn effective and life saving rescue techniques by enrolling in first aid and CPR training courses in Ottawa today.
A full list of offered classes by Ottawa First Aid can be found on their website here. Registration is available at anytime via the website or participants may also call in or email to register. Contact information and registration form is provided below.Click Here to Register for a CPR Training Course in Ottawa
Easy and Hassle-free Registration
Prospective trainees can enrol in a CPR training course on the Ottawa First Aid website. An on-line registration form is available through the link above. Trainees are also encouraged to complete their enrolment via e-mail, telephone call, and walk-ins during business hours in any of the training centers in Ottawa.
- Website Address for on-line registration: http://www.firstaidcprottawa.ca
- Email Address: [email protected]
More contact information and course location information is available on the Ottawa First Aid website.
St Mark James Certification
Students who are able to pass the training course they are enrolled in are awarded a St Mark James training certificate, valid for three years throughout Canada for whatever purpose it may serve the trainee.This certificate meets Ontario WSIB standards which means it meets workplace requirements. Trainees with expiring certificates can re-certification courses if they meet the required prerequisites. These courses are offered multiple times per week at various dates, times and locations. In order to be eligible for re-certification participants must meet the following prerequisites:
- Participants may not attend consecutive re-certification courses
- Participants may only attend re-certification classes with the same provider they took the course with previously
- Previous certificate must be national and non-expired
If you have any questions about attending a re-certification course please contact [email protected]
Ottawa First Aid offers private first aid classes as well. Big groups of trainees, companies, and even individuals who request a separate training class with a schedule at their discretion can opt to sign up for a private course.
Affordable Course Rates
Ottawa First Aid offers trainees the most affordable enrolment fees in the area. Course rates are inclusive of taxes, certification fees, and training manuals and equipment. Trainees don’t have to worry about additional expenses with Ottawa First Aid. Training costs vary starting from 50 dollars to 135 dollars, depending on the level of the CPR training course.
If a trainee chooses to drop out of his or her enrolled course, a full refund is given, provided a 72-hour notice is done beforehand.
The following courses are available with this nationally approved provider:
- On-line WHMIS training
- On-line TDG training
- Food Handling Certification
- Standard First Aid and Re-certifications
- Emergency First Aid
- Standard Childcare First Aid
- CPR and AED level “A”
- CPR and AED level “C”
- CPR and AED level “HCP”
All courses include AED training and certification.
Did You Know?
Cardiovascular diseases are one of the leading killers of Canadian. One of the most frequent circulatory emergencies is heart attacks or myocardial infarctions (MIs). MIs happen when there is a block or bleed in one of the arteries supplying blood to the heart, causing poor flow of blood and oxygen to the heart tissue. Without oxygen, the heart tissue start to die. MIs are irreversible and a victim must be brought to the hospital upon feeling any of the symptoms below.
- Chest pain or discomfort (the pain can be a feeling of tightness or heaviness, and can radiate to different parts of the chest, neck, and arm)
- Shortness of breath
- Changes in levels of consciousness
Other symptoms of a heart attack and angina include
- feeling of “impending doom”
- pale skin
- nausea and vomiting
To learn more about circulatory emergencies such as heart attacks, angina, strokes, and transient ischemic attacks register for a St Mark James course with Ottawa First Aid.