Selecting the best first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training service provider in Halifax can be a struggle. Lots of people are worried about whether they will receive the proper type of accreditation or if it will suit the prerequisites they need for either school or a job. Halifax First Aid is the most popular training service provider of first aid and CPR certification in Nova Scotia. It offers credible certification and outstanding classes at the least expensive rates. Prospective trainees may enrol for first aid certification in Halifax that are offered during the weekdays, weekends and week-nights and provide successful candidates with Ontario WSIB approved certificates that are valid for 3 years. A number of different safety, first aid, CPR and AED certification courses are available. To find out what course you need or to register for a course use the contact information provided below.
Halifax First Aid Contact Details
Registration can be completed via telephone, email, or in person. You can use the following information to contact this provider for registration or more information regarding classes, schedules, and enrolment.
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: www.firstaidhalifax.ca
- Telephone: 1-888-870-7002
CSR’s are available from 6 am to 6 pm to answer your questions and to help you register for a Nova Scotia approved course.
Cheapest Prices for Training Courses
Halifax First Aid offers trainees a wide range of St Mark James training courses and programs for the most competitive prices.Training course rates are inclusive of taxes, certification, and St Mark James registration fees. You don’t have to worry about additional costs for books and equipment; everything is included in the training course rate. Halifax First Aid is committed to offering the best rates for all its classes.
Another advantage that Halifax First Aid has over other training service providers is its large selection of programs ait delivers. Below is a summary of offered training courses with Halifax First Aid.
- Standard first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
- Standard Childcare First Aid
- Emergency First Aid
- Marine First Aid
- Babysitting first aid
- CPR level C
- CPR level A
- CPR level C for health care provider (also known as CPR “HCP”)
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Life Support
- H2S Awareness
- TDG Training
- Fire Safety
- Food Handling Certification
All the cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes include basic first aid and AED training.
St Mark James Accreditation
All students who successfully pass any of the first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) lessons acquire a St Mark James first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certificate that meets numerous official certification specifications. Certifications are valid for 3 years, after which re-certification is needed through a refresher course, also offered by Halifax First Aid.
Register for first aid training through Halifax First Aid for the best quality training at the most competitive prices.
Here is a short testimonial from one of Halifax First Aid’s trainees.
“I remember sleeping in my parents’ room when I suddenly awoke in the early hours of the morning because of a loud thump. I remember screaming “Papa!” when I saw him on the floor. Apparently, he had fainted and hit his head on the table when he fell. My mother and older brother assisted him to the bed while I got a face towel and applied pressure on his sweating and bloodied forehead. His forehead a shallow inch-long laceration above his left eyebrow. I stayed beside him for a while until the bleeding ceased.
My point is danger can arise anytime, anywhere. Prior to that incident, I was one of those high school seniors who thought taking first aid training and basic life support was just a waste of time. Now, several years after that incident, I am thankful to my high school for requiring their students learn these. It is not unusual to think that these accidents would not happen to you, but they do. It can happen to anyone. My father’s little accident may have been a minor one but learning first aid and CPR can teach one to prolong and even save a life, maybe even your own.”
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