Ottawa First Aid is a St Mark James training service providers that offers first aid training and certification in the city. The Ottawa First Aid website (click here to visit the website) has a complete list of available classes, rates, and schedules, as well as an online registration form. Students receive high quality training from certified instructors at Ottawa First Aid. All of the classes are held in high end training facilities throughout Ottawa, all easily accessible by public and private transportation. Visit the website and enrol today!
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About Ottawa First Aid
Registration and fees
Enrolment can be completed through the website, using the online registration form. Other ways to sign up include e-mail and telephone registration. Walk-ins are likewise highly encouraged by the Ottawa First Aid staff. Fees are paid in full during enrolment and are inclusive of the following:
- Certification and certification fees
- Training manuals
- Use of training equipment (AED trainers, mannequins, first aid kits)
Full refunds are given to students who are able to give a 72-hour notice before
First aid training
All first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes include automated external defibrillation (AED) training. The program is 14-16 hours long and teaching students numerous first aid skills and concepts. Wound care and management for different kinds of injuries (spine, neck, joint) are part of the course curriculum.
To pass a class, a student needs to have complete attendance, good demonstration of skills, and at least 75 percent on the written exam. Upon passing and completing a program, a certificate card from St Mark James is awarded to the student. Wall-mount sized certificates can be requested. Standard first aid and CPR certificates can be renewed within three years through recertification programs held twice a week, 8 hours long. Check the prerequisites prior to registering for a re-cert course.
Facilities and staff
Lecture rooms are clean and well kept, equipped with the latest training materials and equipment. Ottawa First Aid offers a comfortable and secure educational workspace for students. Patient and friendly consumer support representatives are available during business hours and will help you with whatever queries or problems you may have.
All the instructors in Ottawa First Aid are qualified St Mark James mentors. They are very knowledgeable and experienced teachers.
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