First aid course daycare

First Aid Course for Early Childhood offered by Saint-Bernard Academy

Why is child safety important?

When it comes to caring for children, safety is paramount. As an early childhood educator, you need to be prepared for any eventuality, including emergencies. That's why St. Bernard Academy offers an early childhood first aid training course that is fully online.


High quality Early Childhood CPR online training

Our Daycare First Aid course is specifically designed for daycares, childcare centers, preschools and parents who have the responsibility of caring for children. We pride ourselves on providing high quality Early Childhood CPR training that meets the highest standards.


What our daycare first aid course includes

The Daycare First Aid course includes comprehensive training modules that cover cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques, choking and bleeding management, seizure management, allergic reaction management, burn management and much more.


Accessibility of our Early Childhood CPR Training

Our Daycare First Aid course is easily accessible online, which means you can take it at your own pace from the comfort of your home or workplace. You don't need to take time off work to attend in-person classes, as our training is available 24/7.


Early Childhood Online CPR Certification

In addition, we also offer an Early Childhood CPR certification. This certification is recognized by the Ministry of Family Welfare and is valid for 3 years. This ensures that you have the skills to act quickly and effectively in an emergency.

Register for our Early Childhood CPR Online Training

If you are looking for a high quality and easily accessible daycare first aid course, Saint-Bernard Academy is there for you. We are proud to offer you a high quality training that will allow you to face any emergency situation. Don't hesitate to register now to take advantage of our Early Childhood CPR training, and ensure the safety of your children.

The Ministry of the Family

The Department of Family Welfare requires early childhood education licensees to complete early childhood first aid training [1][2]. This training must meet the Ministry's standards and be eight hours in length [2]. The Quebec Ministry of Families recognizes a person as having successfully completed first aid training when they have taken a first aid course, training or development activity [3].

1. First aid course required by the Ministère de la Famille

The Early Childhood Education and Care Regulation1 (the "Regulation") requires every licensee to have completed a first aid course...

2. Early Childhood First Aid and CPR Course

Our Early Childhood First Aid and CPR course meets all the requirements of the "Ministry of the Family". It is an eight day course and is designed to help you learn the ...

3. First Aid Training and Courses - Family Ministry

Yes. A person may be considered to have successfully completed a training, developmental activity or first aid course when, at ...