Canadian First Aid Courses in Regina

Regina First Aid is the best training provider St Mark James courses because of a number of reasons. Prices are not only the lowest in the region, they are also fixed costs with no hidden fees. Participants are taught by friendly, professional, knowledgeable and experienced instructors that make the courses fun and educational. A variety of classes are available for customers to register in. Available courses include food safety, WHMIS, TDG, H2S and St Mark James standard and childcare first aid. To register for any of these courses you can use the contact details below. Customers that need to renew awards can do so by attending re-certification classes as long as they meet required prerequisites. Become a part of the chain of survival and learn the latest rescue and CPR techniques by enrolling in St Mark James Canadian first aid courses in Regina today.

How to Contact / Register with this Training Provider

Hands On First Aid and CPR Training in Regina
Canadian First Aid Courses in Regina

The following information can be used to contact this provider or to register for a course

  • Training facility address: 3426 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina, SK S4T 1H7
  • Phone Number: 1-306-988-4432
  • Website:
  • Email: [email protected]

Why Enrol at Regina First Aid?

  • Regina First Aid offers quick and easy enrolment. Visit the website, send an e-mail, give a call, or walk-in during business hours in any of the training centres in Regina to complete your registration.
  • You can’t find a larger selection of courses than Regina First Aid’s course list. CPR training courses come in three levels, depending on the certification you need. All levels include CPR and AED training. AEDs or automated external defibrillators are machines that are vital components when attempting to rescue individuals of cardiac arrest.
  • Trainees who are able to complete and pass the training course are awarded a
    St Mark James training certificate, valid throughout Canada for three years. The certificate will be able to meet whatever purpose or requirement the trainee needs.
  • Refresher programs for the renewal of expiring or near-expiry certificates are available twice weekly at Regina First Aid.
  • Courses are also offered at the cheapest rates by Regina First Aid. Program rates are inclusive of everything – taxes, certification fees, and training manuals. Trainees don’t have to worry about additional expenses.
  • Full refunds are given to trainees who drop out but given a 72-hour notice before doing so.
  • Regina First Aid also offers several extra classes. Private classes are available to big groups of trainees or companies. Costs for private classes can be inquired through Regina First Aid’s contact information above. Stand-alone classes for CPR are available to trainees who do not want to enrol in the combined two-day first aid and CPR class.

Did You Know?

About fractures and casts

Opening the airway and checking for breathing
Checking for breathing is done by trained rescuers. Checking the pulse and breathing should not take more than 10 seconds.

Fractures are breaks in the bone caused by an outside force. Injuries from falls and vehicular accidents can cause an either complete or partial break in the bone. Fractures are either open or closed, but all are managed with casts. Casts are used to immobilize the affected area to let the bone heal without further injury. There are two kinds of casts:

  • Plaster casts are made of plaster of paris. Plaster is a heavy, white powder that is mixed with liquid and forms a thick paste. The paste dries into a heavy, hard cast. These are molded on the affected arm (first covered with cotton).
  • Fiberglass casts are made of synthetic fiberglass, a moldable plastic. Compared to plaster casts, fiberglass casts are much lighter and come in different colours. Waterproof liners are available for fiberglass casts.

Watch the training video below to get an idea of what classes at Regina First Aid will be like!