NOTE: First Aid 4U has resumed their in-person Emergency First Aid/CPR Training. Training dates have been reduced due to COVID-19. Please register using the form in the sidebar. Learn more about First Aid 4U’s in-class training safety protocols: https://firstaid4u.ca/frequently-asked-questions-faq/covid-19-preventative-measures-at-first-aid-4u/covid-19-training-protocols/
All other trainings and workshops remain cancelled until further notice, with the exception of the Inclusion Workshop and Understanding Conflict & Communication as a preventative measure to minimize the possible spread of COVID-19. Please visit our COVID-19 page for updates.
Emergency First Aid/CPR (Level C)
Emergency First Aid/CPR – Level C is an interactive training that provides a forum to problem solve and discuss specific First Aid/CPR issues you may be dealing with in your work. Key aspects of the training include: CPR skills (adult/child/infant), AED skills, obstructed airways, heart attack and stroke education, bleeding emergencies, EpiPen training, as well as managing burns and seizures.
This 8-hour training* is open to all community members and is mandatory for support people and staff who work in support capacities.
First Aid 4U – Ontario’s largest Red Cross First Aid Training Provider, as well as a leader in First Aid Supplies and Automated External Defibrillators (AED’s)
Kitchener First Aid 4U – Canadian Red Cross Office: 4391 King St E, Kitchener, ON N2P 2G1
Cambridge First Aid 4U – First Aid 4U Office: 580 Hespeler Rd, Cambridge, ON N1R 6J8
Online: please fill out the form in the sidebar to the right.
In person: please call our office at 519-741-0190 or visit 91 Moore Ave. Kitchener, N2H 3S4.
New employees: $75.00 CAD
Community Members, families, people we serve: $95.00 CAD
Renewals for employees and Direct Support People: FREE + hourly training rate for your time.
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is geared towards an adult audience. It accommodates Direct Support People, employees in developmental services, families and adults living with a disability, and community members. This workshop is mandatory for Extend-A-Family Waterloo Region staff, facilitators and Direct Support People in a direct support capacity.