Learn Essential Lifesaving Skills!

Register NOW for CPR and First Aid Training

For 39 years, it's been Heart Niagara's mission to provide children and adults with the education, training and tools necessary to take control of their heart health.  
As many as 40,000 cardiac arrests occur in Canada each year, and up to 85 per cent of these happen in public areas or homes. Although the majority of Canadians say they would recognize the signs if someone were experiencing a heart attack or another cardiac emergency, fewer than half say they have the skills to help in this common and life-threatening emergency. 

Annually, Heart Niagara trains over 10,000 people in CPR and AED use.  The ability to perform CPR and to know how to use an automatic external defibrillator (AED) can  increase a person's odds of survival and recovery .  It's one of the easiest things you can learn that can make a true difference in another person's life!



March Break CPR Blitz

Location:   Heart Niagara - Clark Centre
Address: 6017 Valley Way, Unit A, Niagara Falls, ON.
Date:  Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm
Cost:  $10
*Includes a CPR Anytime Kit and a Heart Niagara "Push Here" t-shirt!

Location:  Central Fire Station
Address:  444 Central Ave., Fort Erie, ON.
Date:  Friday, March 18, 2016
Time:  6:30pm-9:00pm
Cost:  $10
*Includes a Heart Niagara "Push Here" t-shirt!

First Aid Training

Location:  Heart Niagara - Clark Centre
Address:  6017 Valley Way, Unit A, Niagara Falls, ON.
Dates: Friday , April 29th from 4:00pm to 9:00pm  and  Saturday, April 30th from 8:00am to 5:00pm
*Must attend both days to receive First Aid certification. 
Cost:   $85.00 per person plus tax.  
*Includes a manual and an individual First Aid practice kit.

To Register:

Please call 905-358-5552 or email info@heartniagara.com to secure your spot. Space is limited! 

For further information please contact: 

Heart Niagara Inc.
Phone: 905-358-5552 
Email: info@heartniagara.com

For 39 years, Heart Niagara has been providing cardiac health education and services to the region on a non-profit level, relying on the generosity of the community to support its programs.