CPR Training Courses in Toronto

CPR Training Courses in Toronto
CPR Training Courses in Toronto

Would you know what to do if a loved one collapsed due to cardiac arrest? Do you know the signs and symptoms of a heart attack or stroke? Learn about these topics and more by enrolling in first aid and / or CPR training courses with credible WSIB approved providers. The cheapest, most popular and experienced provider in Ontario is Toronto First Aid. This provider offers Ontario WSIB approved one and two day first aid courses, on-line safety training, stand-alone CPR and AED classes, re-certifications, private courses and services that include: basic and advanced supplies, AED’s sales, re-stocking, workplace audits and first aid attendee rentals. Other courses available also include food safety certification, pet first aid and basic life support (BLS) classes. Whatever course or service you need you can use the contact information below or click here to visit the Toronto First Aid website for a complete list of available courses. Rates, schedules, and registration forms are available on the website. Telephone calls, e-mail, and walk-ins at the training centers are also highly encouraged.

Contacting Toronto First Aid

To contact this popular training provider or supplier use the following information:

  • Telephone Number: 1-888-870-7002
  • Email Address: [email protected]
  • Website: www.torontofirstaidcpr.ca

Registration is really easy. You can complete your registration or inquire about other services using the toll free number posted above. Operators are available 12 hours a day 7 days per week. Emails are answered within one business hour. On-line registration, services and purchases can be completed on the Toronto First Aid website.

Available CPR training courses

Toronto First Aid teaches the latest CPR rescue techniques using the guidelines from ILCOR and the American Heart Association. The following CPR courses are available with this provider:

  • CPR level “A” and AED
  • CPR level “C” and AED
  • CPR level “HCP” and AED
  • Basic Life Support (BLS)
  • Advanced Life Support (ALS)

Available First Aid Courses

The following Ontario OH&S first aid, CPR and AED courses are available

  • Standard first aid, CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED
  • Emergency first aid, CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED

Available Safety Courses

The following safety courses are available in a classroom or on-line format

  • Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS)
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG)
  • Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
  • Fire Safety
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • H2S Awareness

Other Courses

The following courses are also available with this provider

  • Ontario Workplace Approved Food Safety Certification
  • Babysitting Training
  • Pet First Aid

Course prices of CPR Training Courses in Toronto

No other training service provider in the area offers lower rates than Toronto First Aid. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and St Mark James registration fees, as well as training manuals and equipment. Numerous freebies such as key chains and pocket masks are also given to trainees.

Trainees who are unable to complete the training course are entitled to a full refund of the enrolment fee, provided a 72 hour notice is given.

St Mark James certification for CPR Training Courses in Toronto

Trainees who are able to complete the training course of their choice are awarded a St Mark James certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED training, valid for three years throughout Canada. Re-certification of expiring certificates may be completed through refresher courses, offered twice weekly. Please ensure you meet the required prerequisites prior to registering for the course.

Did You Know?

Asthma first aid

Asthma is typically found in children and teenagers and disappears into adulthood. If you encounter a person having an asthma attack, or has been diagnosed previously with asthma, remember these first aid steps:

  1. Help victim to a comfortable position.
  2. Inquire if they have an inhaler and ask where it is. Children will usually have a spacer to help them inhale the medication.
  3. Have victim hold breath for ten seconds before delivering next puff.
  4. Give victim up to four puffs every 5 to 10 minutes if symptoms of attack persist.
  5. Monitor victim and keep him or her comfortable.

Learn more about emergency asthma attacks with Toronto First Aid.