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Red Cross Training Partner

SOUTH NIAGARA FIRST AID

FIRST AID AND CPR TRAINING

SOUTH NIAGARA FIRST AID is a First Aid, CPR and AED training provider in the Niagara area. Companies, schools, and larger groups can book private training sessions on site while individuals and small groups can register for a public course at our training facility:

 

Morgan’s Point Hall 

11430 Lakeshore Road

Wainfleet, L0S 1V0

Phone: 905-980-0606

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced veteran who needs to update, the knowledge and skills associated with First Aid and CPR will enhance your ability and confidence to respond to a situation involving a vulnerable person.

As a Red Cross Training Partner we have the privilege of offering Red Cross curriculum using tried and true Red Cross resources. Certification is provided by the Red Cross at the completion of the course.

Course Types and Delivery

We offer a full range of Red Cross courses including:

  • CPR/AED

  • Standard First Aid with CPR/AED

  • Emergency First Aid with CPR/AED

  • Basic Life Support (new)

  • Babysitting

  • Stay Safe

For those who require to be recertified, retraining courses are also available for many of these options. 


You have the choice of taking a full course in a classroom setting or taking part of the course on-line and then finishing the practical aspects of the course along with the instructor.  This blended option allows one to better manage their schedule for learning.

Upcoming Courses

About Us

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Mary Chiasson, who runs South Niagara First Aid, is a well known and established leader in the First Aid community in the Niagara area.  Besides being an instructor in Red Cross First Aid, CPR/AED, and Water Safety she has achieved the status of an Instructor Trainer which means that she is involved in the training of other instructors. Besides the Red Cross, Mary has been actively involved with Heart and Stroke and the Lifesaving Society.  She also served for many years as a lifeguard, aquatic instructor and aquatic supervisor at the Port Colborne Centennial pool. 
 
When the need arises, Mary will use other Red Cross instructors.  One of the advantages of being an Instructor Trainer is that you are confident that you are using the best instructors in order to provide courses at a level of excellence