Thunder Bay is a city on Lake Superior, in northwestern Ontario, Canada. The Fort William Historical Park recreates an 1816 fur trading post. A trail leads to the summit of Mount McKay. Offering panoramic views, the Terry Fox Memorial and Lookout features a statue of the athlete and cancer research activist. On Sibley Peninsula, Sleeping Giant Provincial Park has trails, plus wildlife like moose and wolves.
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Thunder Bay First Aid and CPR training courses are held in the community room. Our fully qualified training professionals provide a safe, clean, and engaging environment so you get the most out of your training, and earn your certificate upon program completion. As an added bonus, we offer a free pizza lunch to participants at our locations.
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Our First Aid and CPR training professionals come to your location with our engaging, comprehensive training programs. Upon program completion, participants will get their WSIB-approved certificates right away, and be prepared for almost any emergency in the workplace or within your group.
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STANDARD FIRST AID WITH CPR C AND AED
STANDARD FIRST AID WITH CPR BLS (FORMERLY HCP) AND AED
EMERGENCY FIRST AID WITH CPR C AND AED
EMERGENCY FIRST AID WITH CPR BLS (FORMERLY HCP) AND AED
STANDARD FIRST AID WITH CPR C AND AED
STANDARD FIRST AID WITH CPR BLS (FORMERLY HCP) AND AED
CPR C AND AED
CPR BLS (FORMERLY HCP) AND AED
Our talented instructors have the qualifications to teach courses in First Aid, CPR C/AED, BLS (HCP)/AED, and Psychological First Aid. There are many reasons for which you might need your certifications. For that reason, we can provide flexible and convenient training courses to meet your needs.
We offer everything from Red Cross Emergency or Standard First Aid to the more complex Basic Life Support (BLS formerly HCP) courses for. Our Standalone CPR courses for health care providers, BLS courses, allow you to be ready for an emergency anywhere. Those who need to learn how to perform CPR and use automated external defibrillators can benefit from the AED courses. No matter which course you take, you can take comfort in knowing that you are getting an educational experience that satisfies regulations.
All of our First Aid and CPR courses meet the WSIB requirements. Additionally, they meet all of the standards of the Federal Occupational Health and Safety Act as well as Ontario’s safety regulations. Our courses can satisfy your requirements for CPR and First Aid skills in Thunder Bay.
Whether you need your certification for an employer, for school or for your own peace of mind, you deserve high-quality training. Our instructors must meet rigorous standards in both qualification and skills. They provide you with a learning experience that can help you save lives.
An Automated External Defibrillator, or AED, is a device that recognizes cardiac irregularities. Once it recognizes shockable arrhythmia, it treats the condition with electricity. If you come across someone experiencing cardiac arrest, the availability of an AED and your knowledge on how to use it can help.
AEDs save lives. However, you need to know how to properly use them. Here at Thunder Bay First Aid, we offer several AED courses in Brampton that can teach you the skills you need to save lives. All levels of first aid certification teach AED. Standalone CPR courses also provide certification of AED. All courses provide you with lifesaving skills.
Many stores and businesses have AEDs on-hand, but the equipment is useless employees and bystanders know how to use it. By educating yourself, you can make a difference in someone’s life. You never know when your skills will be put to good use.
Our experienced Thunder Bay instructors do more than teach you how to use an AED. They also prepare you for an emergency situation. If you ever find yourself in the midst of an emergency, this instruction will keep you prepared. The instruction also helps you meet any Ontario or employer requirements for AED certification.
Our emergency first aid courses in Brampton get you the qualifications you need. In addition to teaching you the principles of emergency first aid, our courses also teach you CPR. When you’re done with the Thunder Bay course, you get a certification in CPR, AED and emergency first aid.
There are many ways in which emergency first aid in Brampton can help you. For example, it can satisfy workplace requirements for organizations with 1-5 staff, prepare you for a family emergency, or add to your credentials. No matter your reason for getting the certification, emergency first aid can prepare you for the worst.
The course teaches you several key details. First, it teaches you how to prepare for emergency response. By knowing how to prepare yourself for the event, you can handle it in a calm and relaxed manner.
The course also teaches you how the EMS system works, how to assess the situation, and how to handle specific emergencies. More specifically, you learn what to do for airway, breathing and circulation (ABC), emergencies, and cardiac arrest.
Our instructors offer one-day emergency first aid courses in Thunder Bay. Some training locations in Thunder Bay offer a free lunch. You can get your certification in an effective and convenient manner. Before long, you can get the skills you need to handle an emergency.
If you need a standard first aid certification in Brampton that meets all local requirements, we can help. Here at Thunder Bay First Aid, we offer standard first aid courses that comply with Ontario regulations.
Our Standard First Aid course in Brampton is a two-day course. In addition to teaching you first aid, the course also teaches you CPR and AED. Healthcare providers can benefit from the Standard First Aid CPR-HCP or BLS courses. Designed to prepare healthcare providers for emergency situations, the course meets all requirements.
After this course, you will have a certification that complies with workers safety insurance boards as well as provincial worker safety requirements. This course meets regulations for workplaces with more than 6 staff. The course uses the latest CPR and standard first aid guidelines.
During the course, you learn how to prepare for an event that requires first aid. You also learn how the EMS system works. By taking the course, you can learn how to assess an individual’s vital signs and what steps you need to take after the assessment. Other lessons in the course include learning about airway emergencies, circulation emergencies, and cardiac emergencies.
Our standard first aid course in Thunder Bay also covers treating wounds, head injuries, bone injuries, and more. It prepares you for a long list of emergencies.
Do you have a certification that needs renewal? If you have a CPR BLS or CPR C/AED that needs renewal, we can help. Our CPR BLS and CPR C/AED recertification classes in Brampton provide renewal of your certifications.
Whether you need renewal for work or for personal reasons, our courses can help. We offer one-day recertification courses that comply with local requirements.
The recertification courses are refresher courses that keep you prepared to deliver CPR to individuals. Typically, your initial CPR certification is valid for three years, but some industries require more frequent recertification. This will allow you to keep your skills current and fresh.
When you take our CPR recertification courses in Thunder Bay, you can sharpen your CPR skills as well as your AED skills. Healthcare providers can take the CPR BLS/AED recertification course to put their strengths to use in an emergency.
In our recertification courses, we go over all of the details that we cover in our CPR courses. For example, we discuss the proper recovery position. We also talk about helping with medication, how to handle choking, and what to do if someone has a stroke.
Our experienced instructors work hard to give you the knowledge you need. Recertification is the key to retaining your life-saving knowledge.
A standard first aid course prepares you for a long list of emergency situations. However, that certification is only good for so long. In Ontario, the certification is valid for three years, but some industries require more frequent recertification.
If you need your standard first aid certification for work, you need to keep it up-to-date. And that means taking a standard first aid recertification course in Brampton. We offer one-day recertification courses that include standard first aid, CPR, and AED.
If you’re a healthcare provider, you can take our standard first aid and CPR Basic Life Support (BLS) recertification course in Thunder Bay. If you’re not, you can take or standard first aid and CPR C/AED recertification course. In both courses, you get the knowledge you need to save lives.
It’s not often that you use your first aid skills. For that reason, you need to reinforce your knowledge. Our courses explore all of the details you learn in your initial course. You can remember all of the critical steps that go into saving lives. From wound care to cardiac emergencies, this course covers it all.
Thunder Bay First Aid recertification courses in Thunder Bay keep you ready for everything. Sign up for a course today and get the knowledge and skills you need to make a difference.
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Thunder Bay First Aid and Safety Training services the following Northern Ontario Communities.
Thunder Bay First Aid and Safety Training services the following Northwestern Ontario communities: Sudbury, Thunder Bay, Timmins, Kenora, Fort Frances, Marathon, Wawa, North Bay, Red Lake, Pickle Lake, Dryden, Terrace Bay, Rainy River, Red Rock, Cochrane , Kirkland Lake, Northeastern Ontario, Northern Ontario, and Northwestern Ontario.