For Moms, By Moms
The COVID-19 outbreak is an especially important time for parents and caregivers to prevent and prepare for medical emergencies at home.
We’re excited to now offer our CPR and Choking Workshop online so Canadians everywhere can keep the little ones in their lives safe!
Little Lungs First Aid is on a mission to create safer communities by empowering course participants with science based First Aid skills and knowledge.
Our founders and long-term friends Rachel Casswell and Paige Maenhout were on a hunt for meaningful and flexible work as new mothers in 2017. Entrepreneurship, limited options for mothers looking for a balance of a flexible schedule and impactful work, a demand for more accessible First Aid training, and their background in Safety training lead them to incorporating Little Lungs First Aid in 2017.
Since our launch in 2017 we’ve organized a team of Red Cross instructors, Health Care Professionals, Early Childhood Educators, Lamaze Instructors, and Child Passenger Safety Technicians to build a community of proactive parents and caregivers.
We have training options in Alberta and Winnipeg with a reach all over Canada thanks to online and on-site training. We specialize in Red Cross First Aid and CPR certifications, Car Seat Safety, First Aid and CPR training, condensed workshops, and innovative online learning.
MANITOBA (204) 202 3154
Want Us to Come to You?
SAVE ON TRAVEL TIME & LEARN IN THE CONVENIENCE OF YOUR OWN HOME
Convenience and accessibility have always been a priority to us with our Little Lungs Workshops.
We noticed a need to accommodate parents and caregivers who might not be able to join us at one of our locations or simply feel more comfortable at home.
Instead of coming to us invite family and friends and..
WE CAN COME TO YOU!!
WINNIPEG (204) 202 3154
WINNIPEG (204) 202 3154
Blended learning is a combination of in-class, face-to-face instruction with online instruction. Typically, theory and information are conveyed to participants outside of the classroom through an online component. This allows for the in-class component to concentrate on skill development and the application of theory. In the case of Red Cross First Aid courses, a self-paced, online session is completed first, followed by an in-class skills session with a Red Cross First Aid Instructor.