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Welcome to LMac Community CPR

Your best choice for all levels of First Aid and CPR Training!


FOR ALL OUR CUSTOMERS REGARDING COVID19:

FINALLY...Effective June 25th, We have been given the go-ahead to resume in class training!

We have just updated our course calendars with new classes for July, August and are working on  September dates. In preparation for re-opening, our office has been cleaned & updated, additional PPE purchased, all equipment disinfected and set up to meet social distancing protocols.

A few quick notes for participants:
1) Currently, all classes are being limited to 8 participants so don't delay registering for a course you want.
2) Due to limited class size we must have full payment to guarantee your spot.
3) Presently, we are are only accepting PayPal, E-Transfer or Corporate invoicing (pre-approved) for payment - we are not accepting cash payments.
4) Participants need to bring their own mask or purchase one for $2.00 upon arrival.

We plan on sending out an information email to registered participants approximately a week ahead of their course with more detailed information.

We are looking forward to working with our participants both new and returning!


We train you like the life you save will be ours!


Providing quality First Aid courses to SW Ontario since 1994!

Learning how to use Naloxone could be the difference between life and death for an Opiod overdose. In partnership with Ealing Pharmacy. For more information, click HERE.

With the new Scouts Canada policies, leaders may need to have EMERGENCY, STANDARD or WILDERNESS First Aid.


The longest running Red Cross Training Partner in SW Ontario - teaching since 1994.
We teach EVERY Red Cross, First Aid related course.
Averaging 2000 certifications per year over the last 10 years.
ALL certified courses include AED training/certification and are WSIB Compliant.

LMac Community CPR offers the following courses:

(just click on the course name to go to that course)

Standard First Aid

The most popular course for workplace, required by WSIB for companies with more than 5 employees.
(16 hrs)

Emergency First Aid

For smaller workplaces or an interest in learning CPR and response for life threatening emergencies.
(8 hrs)

CPR - Level 'BLS/HCP'

The medical level of CPR, includes pulse check, BVM and assisted breathing.
(4 hrs)

CPR - Level 'A' or 'C'

Required by some associations or for those who want to know how to do CPR.
(5 hrs)

Emergency Medical Responder

The most popular course for those wishing to work in the EMS or advanced response fields.
(80 hrs)

First Responder

For those who need a higher level of training for their work.
(40 hrs)

Advanced Wilderness & Remote First Aid

Ideal if you lead groups in the wilderness or could be more than 24 hrs from help.
(32+ hrs)

Wilderness & Remote First Aid

The perfect course for anyone who canoes, camps or hikes where help could be hours away.
(16+ hrs)

Marine Advanced First Aid

Required for a Master or Officer certification under Transport Canada.
(40 hrs)

Marine Basic First Aid

Ideal for anyone who works or spends time in a marine environment.
(16 hrs)

Red Cross First Aid Instructor

For anyone who would like to teach Canadian Red Cross courses.
(32 hrs + online)

Heart & Stroke CPR Instructor

For anyone who would like to teach Heart & Stroke Foundation CPR courses.
(14 hrs)


Partnering with and being part of the Canadian Red Cross and the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada ensures quality training, quality material, and certification that is recognized by professional organizations world wide.

Your work environment or geographical location may affect the time you need to wait for emergency response and also affect the First Aid course you should be taking. The knowledge, critical thinking, and skills you gain from an LMac Community CPR course will aid you in caring for your family, friend or co-worker until medical aid arrives.

Our clients come from many fields including medical personnel (nurses, personal support workers, dentists & doctors), office staff, manufacturing, construction, skilled trades, Scouts/Guides  and other youth groups. While most of them have different training needs, they all have one thing in common - they took the time to learn how to help someone else who requires First Aid - from a basic bandage to full CPR.



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LMac Community CPR

875 Hamilton Road, London, Ontario
Ph: 519-453-1483   Email:Laura@LMac-CPR.ca

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