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First-Aid for Fractures and Broken Bones

  When a bone is broken it is either cracked or has broken into several pieces. This is also commonly known as a fracture and can be caused by violent trauma, an accident or a sports injury. Thankfully, they usually aren’t considered to be a life-threatening situation but medical care is required immediately.     …


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First-Aid for Electric Shock

  An electric shock can happen anywhere at any time and when you least expect it. Whether it is due to a faulty wire or an appliance becoming wet, it’s important that you know how to deal with these types of shocks since they are much different than regular burns. The extent of the injury …


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First-Aid Kits for Boats

  With the summer in full swing, you may be planning on going boating while the weather is hot. If this is the case, you should make sure that you’re fully equipped with a first-aid kit for any minor or major emergencies. In some cases first-aid can save a person’s life while other times it …


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How to Prevent Burns from Playground Equipment

During the summer months many parents head to the playground during the day to give their children the chance to play. There are burn hazards involved with the playground, however, since a lot of the equipment is made of metal. When this metal is exposed to the heat of the sun, it can get extremely …


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The Most Common Illnesses and Injuries of the Summer

    Summer is a great time to get outside to enjoy the weather but this is also the time of the year when specific illnesses and injuries are more common. People are playing sports, walking through the woods and enjoying the water, which can all lead to certain injuries and illnesses. Here are 10 …


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What Is Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia?

Exercise-associated hyponatremia is a condition that is experienced after long-term physical exertion. It is mainly experienced by athletes that are competing in triathlons, marathons and other athletic events. Climbers and hikers can also fall victim to this disorder. In a sense, It can be considered to be the opposite of dehydration as it is linked …


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First-Aid for Bug Bites

    It’s that time of year again. The bugs are out in full force and we are also spending more time outside enjoying the great weather. Insect bites are indeed a part of life but there are some that are more damaging than others. As well, a person that is allergic to a certain …


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First-Aid for Sunburns

  Sunburns are caused by extensive exposure of the skin to sunlight or tanning lights. A person can get a sunburn on a sunny or a cloudy day and it’s even possible to get burnt when it’s snowing. It can be an extremely painful condition that can range from mild to severe. Most cases aren’t …


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What’s the Difference between Heatstroke and Heat Exhaustion?

    At this time of the year it’s important to learn the distinguishing features of heat exhaustion and heatstroke. Although many of the symptoms can be the same, heatstroke is much worse than heat exhaustion and warrants an immediate 911 call. In many cases, heat exhaustion can simply be managed at home.     …


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Learn How to Identify the Different Signs and Symptoms of Heart Attacks in Women and Men

  Cardiovascular disease is a leading killer in Canada for both women and men. In many cases the signs and symptoms of a heart attack may be difficult to read – especially in women. It’s important to be able to recognize the symptoms in both genders quickly so that the condition can be identified and …


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What is Blended Learning?

Blended Learning means on-line / in-class training. Instead of doing two full days in class, you would complete half the course at home or office and the other half in-class. Participants must first complete the self-paced online component, which includes a knowledge evaluation, then successfully complete an Instructor-led classroom component (skills practice and evaluation session) in order to achieve certification. Currently, we offer Standard First Aid CPR/AED C or HCP and CPR/AED C or HCP.

Heart to Heart offers a few varieties of discounts.

Student Discounts:

When you choose a course and date you will see a drop-down menu listing our Student Discount prices. Be sure to click on the Student Discount price and bring your student ID or any proof you are a student to the course.

Bring A Friend(s):

In the same drop-down menu you will see our "Bring A Friend" prices - if you have even more friends that want to come, please contact our office and we will either honour the same price or extend an even better discount.

Group Discounts:

If you organize a group and have over 8 participants, we can come to your location. Inquire with our office and we will send your desired course description with our group price breakdowns - basically, the more participants you have, the cheaper the price. For groups less than 7 participants, we can book your group into any of our public courses, and you will still receive a great discount. For more information, see Group Bookings or Book a Group above OR contact our office.