Regina First Aid is the best provider of infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training in the area. Since 2009, it has become the largest and most popular provider in Regina. Different programs for CPR, first aid, and automated external defibrillation (AED) are held throughout the week. On evenings and weekends classes are even available for popular topics. With very flexible scheduling and inexpensive rates, you can get the training course you need with Regina First Aid.
Registration For training Program in Regina First Aid
Regina First Aid offers trainees quick and easy registration for a training program. An application form is available on the website. Trainees can also enroll through a telephone call, e-mail, or walk-in during business hours in any of the facilities in Regina.[advanced_iframe src=”https://www.firstaidregina.ca/upcoming-events/”]
Course fees in Regina
Regina First Aid has the cheapest rates in the Regina local area. Students are assured that they will not find cheaper rates than Regina First Aid. Course fees are paid once during enrolment and are inclusive of taxes, certification, and training manuals. Full refunds are given to trainees who drop out, provided a 72-hour notice was given. Costs vary from 49 to 130 dollars depending on the training undertaken.
Certification programs for CPR in Regina First Aid have three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. All levels include basic first aid and AED training. AEDs are machines that are attached to the chest and apply needed shock to restart the heart. Different levels correspond with different kinds of certification from the workplace approved.
Stand-alone classes for CPR/AED or first aid are also available if you do not want to enroll in both classes in the full course. Private classes are usually taken by big groups of trainees or companies. If you want to inquire about booking a private class, just send an e-mail or give me a call.
Certificates from St Mark James are awarded to trainees who are able to complete a training course. The certificate is renewable every three years through refresher or re-certification programs held twice a week at Regina.
Did You Know?
Kidney damage can be a result of blood loss or decreased circulating blood volume. With less blood reaching the kidneys, the renal tissue begins to die and the kidney starts to malfunction. A decrease in blood volume can be caused by two traumatic injuries: shock and burns. As a first aid rescuer, you should note the following as signs of kidney failure complications:
- Edema – bipedal (lower extremities) and pulmonary (which causes shortness of breath)
- Chest pain
- Muscle fatigue
- Permanent kidney damage (manifests as absolutely no urine output)