First Aid Training in Mississauga

Because of the need for accreditation for first aid training, the number of training service providers in Mississauga has steadily increased over the years. Choosing the right training service provider who will be able to provide the certification you need is very difficult but you have no need to worry! Mississauga First Aid, in partnership with St Mark James, is what you’re looking for. Training courses on first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) are offered throughout the week, at varying schedules. Mississauga First Aid also offers  a variety of classes at the lowest rates.

You can sign up for a program using the form, telephone call, e-mail, or in person. Information regarding classes, schedules, and enrollment can be found on the Mississauga First Aid website.

About Mississauga First Aid

Course Rates

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First Aid Training in Mississauga

Mississauga First Aid offers a large selection of programs and refreshers for the most competitive rates. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and workplace approved registration fees. All materials used during training such as manuals and equipment are also included in the initial enrolment fee, so trainees don’t have to worry about additional expenses. If a trainee gives a 72-hour notice, he or she is entitled to receive a full refund of the enrolment fee.

Training Courses

Mississauga has the widest range of courses offered to trainees. CPR training courses are divided into 3 levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. Each level is inclusive of basic first aid and AED training, and trainees who will be able to successfully complete a course is given a workplace approved certificate, valid for 3 years. Some of the classes offered by Mississauga First Aid can be seen in the list below.

  • Standard CPR and 1st aid
  • Standard Childcare CPR and 1st aid
  • Emergency CPR and first aid
  • Emergency Childcare 1st aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Basic Marine first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Babysitting first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) “HCP”
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) level A and AED
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) -C and AED

Basic Life Support

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Individuals enrolled with Mississauga First Aid will learn in conveniently located training centers and in friendly, clean and welcoming classrooms such as the one shown above.

Basic life Support (BLS) is a set of guidelines made by the American Heart Association and St Mark James Training. It outlines updates on techniques and pathways used in providing emergency care to a person who has suffered from cardiac arrest. Over the years, the guidelines have changed because of new studies regarding CPR. AEDs are now included in the emergency response system, along with CPR. AEDs are machines able to detect heart rhythms and apply needed shock to the victim. This is done manually or automatically and adjunct to CPR. These updated techniques are all included in the CPR training courses offered by Mississauga First Aid so trainees are assured of developing the latest skills and knowledge regarding CPR and AED.

Basic First Aid

As numerous calamities and accidents happen all over the world, it can never hurt to be prepared for a variety of emergency situations. Basic first aid is not only useful to health care providers, but to everybody who wants to develop skills that may be useful in saving someone’s life, or at least preventing further injury and complication. Basic First Aid classes at Mississauga First Aid cover a number of emergency situations such as a broken bone, a cut or scrape, or a choking hazard. These skills are all taught through demonstration and hands-on lectures. One of these skills is the abdominal thrusts, an important first aid skill that is able to prevent death due to choking.

The following video showcases how to perform the Heimlich maneuver on a child.

Extra Classes

Stand-alone classes are offered to trainees who do not wish to undergo the entire training course. The newest stand-alone classes offered at Mississauga First Aid are food safety, fire hazards, and pet first aid, to name a few. These classes are focused on safety hazards and prevention and management of complications that arise. Private classes are offered to big groups or companies, who usually request to train employees separately at particular schedule as skill development or team building activities. Trainees who have problems in finding a schedule can opt to enrol in a private class.

workplace approved Certification

All training courses are overseen by the workplace approved so successful completion gives trainees a certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED, valid for 3 years all through out Canada. Refresher courses for expiring or near-expiry certificates are also offered by Mississauga First Aid. Renewal programs are offered at least twice a week, with notable lighter course load than regular courses.


The training facilities are equipped with spacious and air-conditioned classrooms with high-end technology such as mannequin simulators. The training center is easily accessible to  and by public and private transport, and is located near restaurants and shops.

A short lesson on managing blast injuries is given below to give you a head start on your training with Mississauga First Aid.

Managing blast injuries

Blast injuries may seem rare to most people because the average Canadian has never even seen a serious blast. However, for people who work in the mining, transportation, and construction industries, the use of explosives and accidents because of them are very common. Three types of injuries can occur from blasts.

  • Injuries can result from being struck by materials thrown by the blast
  • Injuries can result from being thrown from the blast itself
  • Injuries can occur to hollow organs, such as the lungs, due to the shock wave from the blast

All of these injuries can lead to death if managed poorly. Learn to recognize and manage these injuries by enrolling in workplace approved basic first aid training with Mississauga First Aid.