Welcome to Hart AED CPR First Aid Training

Welcome to Hart AED CPR First Aid Training

Welcome to Hart AED CPR First Aid TrainingWelcome to Hart AED CPR First Aid TrainingWelcome to Hart AED CPR First Aid Training

Helping you save lives!

Hart AED CPR Commitment


 Heart & Stroke is committed to the safety and well-being of everyone we work with. Please review the Resuscitation network's safety protocol during Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) as it relates to your role as a Heart & Stroke instructor, course administrator, or student.

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) continues to assess the public health risk associated with COVID-19 as low for Canada. Please visit PHAC’s website for the latest guidelines around gatherings and events. At this time, courses may continue as scheduled as we recognize the essential role of CPR in health care. Given you are in regular and close contact with course participants, we want to reinforce the importance of infection control practices and other best practices that will help reduce the risk of disease transmission. 

Heart & Stroke has a detailed chapter about safety practices in the Instructor Resource for Resuscitation Programs (IRRP), which is found on the Resuscitation Portal under the policy section in resources. With heightened concerns about disease transmission, please review Section 3.1: Pre-Course Precautions (beginning on page 38 of the manual) and ensure compliance. 

Follow the Heart & Stroke IRRP recommendations for equipment decontamination during training sessions with these additional requirements from the American Heart Association and Centres for Disease Control (CDC): 
•    Instructors should decontaminate the mannequin after each course participant practices or tests on the mannequin using an alcohol-based solution. 
•    Face shields should not be used, and direct mouth-to-mouth ventilations should not be practiced.
•    Each course participant must be provided with a new or sanitized pocket mask and a one-way valve when practicing one-rescuer skills. Pocket masks should not be shared during the course.
•    Bag-valve masks (BVMs) should be used when practicing two-rescuer skills, and participants should wear gloves and clean BVMs between practices with an alcohol-based solution. When possible, mannequins should be spaced at least 3 feet (1 meter) apart during training, based on the World Health Organization (WHO) guidance on social distancing.
•    Instructors and participants must wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before and after the course, and before and after snack or meal breaks during instruction.

These additional precautions should be practiced until further notice from Heart & Stroke.

As always, please take actions in your classrooms to help prevent disease and protect your health:
•    Practice good hygiene, including handwashing as directed above.
•    Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth, especially with unwashed hands.
•    Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
•    Cough and sneeze into your sleeve and not your hands.
•    Stay home if you are sick to avoid spreading illness to others.

If you have recently travelled to an area on the travel advisory list for COVID-19 or have symptoms associated with COVID-19, please follow the guidance of PHAC and that of your healthcare provider. The latest information on travel advisories and what to do following travel is available on the PHAC website. If your course participant communicates to you that he/she has travelled to affected areas or is feeling ill, please ask them to leave the course and ask that they follow PHAC guidelines and contact their health care provider. 

A reminder that if a course participant is unable to attend the course due to being unwell, as an instructor, you are required to have a cancellation policy and to communicate this policy clearly. Given the current global situation, we ask that you strive to accommodate participants and prioritize health, safety, and public health practices.

As this situation is evolving rapidly, please be sure to check the PHAC website and your provincial and local public health authorities for the latest information on COVID-19. Heart & Stroke will update you if there are any changes in our operations during this situation.   

S.A.D.S. Syndrome

 The Canadian SADS Foundation is also committed to raising awareness about "The Warning Signs" for these potentially devastating disorders.   Ongoing awareness is essential to prevent the deaths of an estimated 700 children and young people who die from a SADS condition each year in Canada. 





Brett & Helena owners of Hart AED CPR First Aid, are both in Health Care. Brett an Advanced Care Paramedic, Helena a Continuing Care Aid in the Cardiac Care Unit, both hold a wealth of experience. They are both First Responders, and both Instructor Trainers. 





We have 6 instructors who all have a wealth of experience making your course fun and interactive for the best learning experience





We provide onsite training for business so your prepared in your own environment. We also have training at our own site, comfortable and spacious for that comfortable learning environment


Learn CPR

CPR for Lay Rescuers or BLS (HCP) for Health Care Providers

About Us

Get CPR AED First Aid Approved

A Hands-On Educational Approach

We are an experienced couple both working in Health care. We have the experience to share. Our experienced instructors are committed to teaching CPR and first aid training. We understand the demands of everyday life  and strive to make our classes convenient and easy to learn. We offer classes at our comfortable, convenient location, and we're willing to travel to your business. What ever the needs we will make every effort to accommodate you. 


Certified and Experienced Instructors

Our instructors have years of real-life experience performing CPR and first aid. We are able to offer quality educational training. 


Administer CPR with Confidence

CPR and Emergency Care

What is cardiac arrest?

What is cardiac arrest?

Cardiac arrest is a medical emergency causing death if not treated immediately. Most cardiac arrests occur in homes and public places. If someone has collapsed and is unresponsive, you may be able to help save a life by calling 9-1-1 or your local emergency number, and performing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) if one is available.

What is cardiac arrest?

What is cardiac arrest?

What is cardiac arrest?

Cardiac arrest is a medical emergency. Cardiac refers to the heart. Arrest means stop. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating.  Cardiac arrest is not the same as heart attack. A heart attack occurs when the blood supply to the heart is slowed or stopped because of a blockage. In the case of a heart attack, the heart continues to beat.  Cardiac arrest may have a variety of causes including heart disease, drowning, stroke, electrocution, suffocation, drug overdose or injury.  Signs of a cardiac arrest include:   •sudden collapse •sudden unresponsiveness to touch or sound and •abnormal or no breathing.

What is CPR?

What is cardiac arrest?

What is an AED?

CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) is an emergency procedure that can restore blood flow to someone suffering cardiac arrest, keeping the victim alive until advanced medical care arrives.

What is an AED?

What can you do?

What is an AED?

An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a device that can check heart rhythms and deliver an electrical shock to restore its natural rhythms when needed.

What can you do?

What can you do?

What can you do?

Most cardiac arrests occur in homes and public places, and many are witnessed by a family member, co-worker or friend. The survival rate of cardiac arrest outside a hospital is very low. Performing CPR and using an AED before Emergency Medical Services arrive can increase the chance of survival by up to 75%. AEDs are safe and easy to use. The Foundation urges anyone in close contact with those at high-risk of cardiac arrest to become trained in the use of AEDs.  If you are with an adult who has a cardiac arrest:  Yell for help •Tell someone to call 9-1-1 or your emergency response number and get an AED (if one is available). •If you are alone, call 9-1-1 and get an AED (if one is available).  Check breathing •If the person isn't breathing or is only gasping, give CPR.  Push hard and push fast •Use an AED as soon as it arrives by turning it on and following the prompts. •Keep pushing until the person starts to breathe or move or someone with more advanced training takes over.




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We Help You Save Lives! There will be a $25 administration fee for any course cancellations/date changes. If you cancel your booking 7 days or less in advance of the course date, NO refund will be given. No shows or no call prior to a course is considered a cancellation, and NO refund will be given. Course fees are based on number of students per class. If there are not enough students and class enrollment is low we reserve the right to increase a course fee. Thank you for your understanding.




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Areas Served:
Saskatoon & Surrounding area




Hart AED CPR First Aid Traning

RR6, Site 600, Box 154, S7K3J9, Saskatoon, SK

(306) 222-6837


Monday - Friday: 8am - 6pm

Saturday - Sunday: 8am-6pm

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