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Workplace First Aid

Most workplaces in Canada require First Aid certified employees to provide immediate care in the event of injury or medical emergency in the workplace. The First Aid certification and equipment requirements vary depending on regulatory jurisdiction, and industry. St. John Ambulance offers First Aid training programs and options to meet your unique workplace health and safety needs across Canada.

First Aid Courses

As Canada's leading authority in First Aid, our expertise leads the way in offering the most comprehensive and innovative First Aid training programs for business. Choose from a wide variety of courses and options to obtain certification in First Aid, CPR and AED to meet provincial or federal regulatory requirements.

Click here to see our list of Courses and Descriptions

Our most popular Workplace First Aid Courses
Emergency First Aid with Level A CPR
Standard First Aid with Level A CPR

First Aid Training Options

St. John Ambulance has the most comprehensive training options and experience in the industry to deliver quality programs for your workplace. Discover which one works best for your workplace.

In-Class Training
Available at over 100 training
locations in Canada
Private Classes
Set up a private class at
a schedule and location that works for you

In-House Instructor
Have a skilled employee certified
as a First Aid Instructor
Blended Learning
Reduce up to 50% of your required classroom training time
with our blended learning

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Just as physical first aid is administered to an injured person before medical treatment can be obtained, MHFA is provided until appropriate support is found or until the crisis is resolved. Colleagues and managers are best placed to be the first to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental health issues in their co-workers, provided they are trained in Mental Health First Aid