First Aid Certificates in Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay First Aid offers the best training programs and facilities in the city. First aid certification is taught by workplace approved certified instructors in high end training centers throughout the area. Students are assured of the best possible training. Students are offered the most affordable rates for all classes (even recertification programs). No other provider in the city offers better rates and quality than Thunder Bay First Aid.

The Thunder Bay First Aid has a complete list of available classes, rates, and schedules.

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First aid certification programs

CPR Pocket Mask (barrier device)

CPR Pocket Mask (barrier device)

First aid programs at Regina First Aid are very comprehensive, taken throughout the week, 14-16 hours long in total. Topics studies in the program include cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillation (AED). AEDs are machines that are hooked to the heart and supply it with needed shock during cardiac arrest.

To pass any class or program, a student needs to show good demonstration of skills, have at least a 75 percent on the written exam, and complete attendance.

  • Standard Childcare first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Standard first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Emergency Childcare first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Emergency CPR and 1st aid
  • Babysitting first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Basic Marine first aid
  • CPR A
  • CPR C
  • CPR HCP

Certificate cards are awarded to students who are able to complete and pass a program. Wall-mount certificates can be requested. Recertification is done every three years. First aid recertification is held twice a week, 6-8 hours long in total.

Enrolment and course fees

First aid training room

First aid training room

Regina First Aid offers the cheapest rate for training in the Regina area. Rates are paid in full during enrolment and are inclusive of taxes, certification fees, and training manuals. Full refunds are given to students who drop out, provided a 72-hour notice is done beforehand.
Signing for a program can be done through e-mail, telephone call, or walk-in during business hours in any of the training centers. The Regina First Aid website also has a complete list of classes, rates, schedules, and an on-line registration form.

Facilities and instructors

All classes are taught in high end facilities, equipped with the latest AED trainers, training mannequins, and first aid training kits. All of the facilities are within walking distance to public transportation, free parking, and restaurants.
Instructors are available for private training

Did You Know?

If you get a foreign object in your eye, follow these steps/tips:

  • Wash your hands with soap and water OR use sanitizer.
  • Try to flush the object out with clean water or sterile saline. You can use a dropper, a bulb, a syringe (without a needle), or a small cup.

Helping another person…

  • Wash your hands (same as above).
  • Seat the person in a well-lit area.
  • Pull the lower lid and upper lid (up/down) to examine the eye. Tell the victim to look down.
  • Flush the object our with clean water/sterile saline (same as above).

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