First Aid Training in Regina

St Mark James Training has partnered with Regina First Aid to provide excellent training services in the Regina area. Regina First Aid is the top provider of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) training and re-certification programs. A variety of classes on safety and first aid are offered in various training centers, all equipped with high-end technology for basic first aid training. Training courses are available all throughout the month, including weekends, so scheduling is easy.

More information regarding classes, schedules, and enrollment can be found on Regina First Aid’s website. Click here for the Regina First Aid homepage.

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    About Regina First Aid

    Basic First Aid

    CPR Chest Compressions
    First Aid Training in Regina

    Because of the steadily increasing occurrences of calamities around the world, knowledge about basic first aid is something everybody must have. Skill needed to act quickly in dangerous and unexpected situations can help save a lot of lives. Little accidents at home such as cuts, scrapes, and minor burns can also be treated with a little first aid training. For professional health care providers, first aid  is a must if they want to possess competitive skills in the growing health care provider market. From the home to a hospital to out on the street, you can help yourself, a loved one, or a complete stranger with proper first aid training.

    The video below is a short instructional video on bandaging sprains, that will be covered in basic first aid training at Regina First Aid.

    CPR and AED

    Only the latest guidelines and techniques are taught at Regina First Aid. The latest Basic Life Support (BLS) guideline and pathway is used by trainers during CPR and AED training. AEDs are machines able to detect heart rhythms and apply needed shock to restart the heart. Knowledge of these updated skills improve the chances of survival of a victim who has been recognized to experience cardiac arrest. The updated BLS pathway includes activation on the emergency response system of both CPR and AED once a person has collapsed. The image below are two steps emphasized during CPR training.

    Checking the scene during an emergency
    1. Call EMS
    First Aid CPR and AED Training Courses in Saskatoon
    2. Push hard and fast at the center of the chest.

    Trainees enrolled in CPR training will learn to provide CPR and use an AED for victims with the following complications:

    • The victim vomits
    • The victims shows gastric distension (stomach expands instead of chest during ventilations)
    • Difficulty sealing the victim’s mouth during ventilations
    • The victim breaths through a stoma (a surgical hole in the victim’s neck)
    • The rescuer becomes too tired to continue
    • The victim is in water
    • The victim is pregnant

    Training course rates

    The course rates at Regina First Aid are the lowest in the area. The quality and cost of education is definitely a steal. All equipment and manuals used during training are included in the initial enrollment fee, so you don’t have to worry about additional expenses. All costs incurred during the training are explicitly explained to the trainee and clearly itemized. A full refund is also offered as long as a 72 hour notice is given. Regina First Aid is dedicated to give trainees the best training, at the lowest possible cost.

    Types of classes

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    Bag valve mask used to provide rescue breathings for CPR HCP training.

    The CPR training course offered by Regina First Aid comes in 3 levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. All courses are inclusive of basic first aid and AED training. The training courses are certification courses overseen by the workplace approved so a certificate valid for 3 years is given to trainees who successfully finish them.

    For trainees who do not want to undergo the entire training course can choose to enroll in a stand-alone class that focuses on just one topic. Basic first aid, CPR and AED training, food safety, and fire hazards are just a few of the classes offered by Regina First Aid.

    Private classes are usually offered to groups or companies who train employees as part of skill development or team building, and often have a specific schedule and topic they want to train in. Refresher / re-certification courses are also offered at Regina First Aid for expiring or near-expire certificates.


    Because the classes and training courses at Regina First Aid are numerous, different schedules are available for trainees to enroll in. Classes are also held on weekends for students and trainees who work during the week. If ever a trainee has scheduling problems, enrolment in a private class is an option.


    Prospective trainees can enrol in a training course through the application form above, e-mail, or telephone call. Contact details and additional information regarding training courses and classes are available on the Regina homepage. Walk-ins at the training center will also be entertained by very helpful staff who will answer any queries regarding classes and scheduling.

    Trainers and training centers

    Lecture rooms are spacious and well-maintained. Bigger rooms are available for private classes as well. All equipment in the training centers are the latest in basic first aid and CPR training. Regina First Aid wants to assure trainees of the the best possible learning environment during training, so comfort is high on its priority list.

    The team of trainers at Regina First Aid are all the best in their field, and are workplace approved certified educators. Aside from being highly qualified, they are very friendly and accommodating to students, so don’t hesitate to ask questions during training.

    Did You Know?

    Concussion vs. Contusion

    Concussion is a temporary loss of consciousness with no structural damages to either the brain or skull. Contusion is a severe injury, with possible bleeding on the surface of the brain. Watch out for changes in level of consciousness, difficulty awakening, dizziness, confusion, irritability, increased anxiety, severe headache, nausea and vomiting, and changes in vision, movement, or speech.

    Victims of head injuries should be aroused frequently and prevented from falling asleep.

    Enroll now at Regina First Aid for the best basic first aid training in Regina!