Canadian CPR Courses in Mississauga
Mississauga First Aid is one of the leading training service providers of St Mark James cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) courses in the area. Trainees can enrol in classes for CPR and first aid held throughout the week, evenings and weekends. Private classes and refresher programs are also available for participants that need to renew expiring awards. Registration is quick and hassle-free with this St Mark James training provider in Mississauga. Participants enrolled in CPR training learn valuable life-saving skills to manage emergencies such as stroke, cardiac arrest, angina, transient ischemic attacks, cardiac arrest, partial and fully obstructed airways. Classes are the lowest priced in the region, with popular classes such as standard first aid offered at least 3 times per week. Popular available CPR courses include CPR level “A”, “C” and “HCP” as well as basic and advanced life support. New and expecting parents can setup private infant CPR programs where an instructors comes to you. Dozens of courses are available for registration. Use the contact information provided below to register for a first aid, safety, AED or CPR course in Mississauga.
You can find a complete list of available classes and a registration form on the Mississauga First Aid website linked below. Trainees are also encouraged to complete their registration via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-in during business hours in any of the training centres in Mississauga.
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web address: http://firstaidcprmississauga.ca/cpr-training/
- Telephone Number: 1-888-870-7002
Registration can be completed quickly on-line and courses are available almost everyday.
What CPR Courses Are Available?
The following CPR and AED classes are available in Mississauga
- CPR level “A” – 4 hour basic course
- CPR level “C” – 5 hour CPR course that teaches rescues for victims of all ages
- CPR level “HCP” – 6 hour course that encompasses the content of CPR level “C” but adds additional content for health care providers
- Basic Life Support- 4 hour course required for some individuals that work in the health care environment
- Advanced Life Support- 14 hour course that is required for some individuals that work in advanced rescue units
What Will I Learn in a CPR Course in Mississauga?
Participants that register for a CPR course with Mississauga First Aid will learn about the following topics:
- Scene assessment
- Primary survey
- Checking vitals
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
- Automated external defibrillators
- 5 rights of medication
- Opening airways
- Compression only CPR
- Complications with CPR
- Choking emergencies
- Obstructed airways
- Barrier devices (personal protective equipment)
- Legal implications of providing aid
- Circulatory emergencies including transient ischemic attacks, heart attacks, angina and stroke
- Breathing emergencies including allergic reactions, shock, asthma and hyperventilation
Learn about these topics and more when you enrol in a American Heart Association and ILCOR approved CPR and AED course with Mississauga First Aid.
Did You Know?
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- Anal, vaginal, and/or oral sex – blood, semen, and vaginal fluid in contact with an open sore, wound, or mucous membrane in the rectum or vagina
- Blood transfusions
- Needle sharing or needle sticks
- Mother to child – pregnancy, childbirth, and/or breastfeeding
Learn to prevent the spread of disease when providing CPR and first aid by taking a course in Mississauga, Ontario today.