Comprehensive two-day course in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for those who need training due to work and home requirements.

How A First Aid, CPR, and AED Training Program Works

Cintas employee teaching first aid safety


Explains basic first aid principles, trains how to recognize and respond to medical emergencies, and teaches specific steps for treating injuries.

Cintas trainer teaching someone how to perform CPR


Teaches skills using hands-on practice with mannequins and various first aid supplies.

Cintas trainer holding an AED machine


Trains you how to use an AED to respond to cardiac emergencies.

Canadian Red Cross Standard First Aid & CPR/AED

  • Available in Level A and Level C certifications
  • Class Length: 14 - 16 hours*
  • Certification length: 3 Years
  • Skills include: preparing to respond, the EMS system, check, call, care, airway emergencies, breathing and circulation emergencies, first aid for respiratory arrest and cardiac arrest, wound care, head and spine injuries, bone, muscle and joint injuries, sudden medical emergencies, environmental emergencies and poisons


Canadian Red Cross Standard First Aid & CPR/AED Recertification

  • Class Length: 7 – 8 hours*
  • Certification length: 3 Years
  • Refresher to cover all skills learned in the Standard First Aid (SFA) course. CPR/AED training is included. All participants must hold a current valid Canadian Red Cross SFA certificate. Certain restrictions apply. Please contact your Cintas training representative for details.
    *in-class course length will vary, dependent on learner and number of participants

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