Windsor First Aid is the only training service provider in Windsor that offers prospective trainees the widest selection of workplace approved certification programs for the lowest course rates. workplace approved certification is awarded to trainees who are able to complete a training course. Certification with Windsor First Aid will surely meet school or work requirements. Contact this provider to determine which course you need. Classes are available throughout the week, with night and evening classes for more popular courses.
About Windsor First Aid
- Windsor First Aid offers the cheapest rates for all offered training courses, with taxes, certificates, workplace approved registration, training manuals, and use of equipment included in the initial enrolment fee.
- Trainees who drop out of a course are entitled to a full refund, provided a 72-hour notice is given.
- Trainees receive a workplace approved certificate valid for three years throughout Canada upon completion of a training course.
- Course instructors are all certified by St Mark James. They are known for being very welcoming and friendly so don’t hesitate to ask them questions.
- All training facilities with Windsor First Aid are clean, well-maintained and comfortable. The training centers are easily accessible, within walking distance to public transportation and free parking. A number of restaurants are also within walking distance of the facilties.
- No other training service provider within the Windsor area offers more training courses than Windsor First Aid.
Enrolment and Registration
Trainees can complete their enrolment by using the on-line application form here. A complete list of classes and schedules can also be found on the Windsor First Aid website. E-mails regarding class schedules and enrolment are also highly encouraged. Prospective trainees may drop a call or visit one of the training centers for enrolment.
CPR/AED and Basic First Aid
Training courses come in three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”, all inlclusive of CPR and AED training. AEDs are machines that detect heart rhythms and apply needed shock to the heart. Basic first aid classes cover a variety of emergency situations from burns to concussions, and the associated first aid skill and knowledge needed to handle them.
Did You Know?
High risk population for severe infections and sepsis
- Age extremes – very young and very old people
- People who are immunocompromised
- People with wounds, injuries, and burns
- People using invasive contraptions such as IV lines, catheters, endotracheal/tracheal tubes
Still not convinced? Watch the video below sponsored by St. John Ambulance to spread awareness on the importance of first aid.