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


ABOUT LMAC

Laura started teaching Red Cross First Aid in 1994 and LMac Community CPR opened as a company in 1998 providing Red Cross First Aid training to local businesses and has grown significantly since then. Originally with Laura as the only instructor and then with Mike starting part time in 2004 and going to full time in 2008. We now average over 2000 certifications a year and over 30,000 since the company started. In 2018 we brought on several other part time instructors to allow for more training over a larger customer area.

Currently we are providing training from Windsor to Toronto and from Lake Erie to just south of the Bruce Peninsula. We have a large range of customers including industrial, healthcare, childcare, food/beverage industry as well as people who just want it for their own families.

In 2014-2015, LMac Community CPR was recognized as the Top Training Partner for Wilderness First Aid programs in all of Ontario and #1 for Red Cross Training programs for Southwest Region. We strive to make our classes informative and enjoyable while also providing a level of instruction that allows us to say "We train you like the life you save will be ours!"


OUR INSTRUCTORS

Laura MacNeil - Instructor Certifications: Canadian Red Cross (CPR, EFA, SFA, FR, EMR, WRFA, AWRFA & Instructor Trainer at all levels), Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada (CPR)

Laura on top of wind turbine near Port Burwell

I am a Red Cross Standard First Aid Instructor, Advanced Wilderness and Remote First Aid Instructor, First Responder & Emergency Medical Responder Instructor, Psychological First Aid Instructor, First Aid Instructor Trainer and Professional Responder Instructor Trainer. When the Red Cross First Aid manual was revised in 2005, I was the south-western Ontario representative on the Training Committee which wrote the 2006 edition of the manual. I am also a Rappel Master and trained in Recreational High Angle Rescue.

I've been a Scout Leader since 1992 and in 2006 was part of a Scouts Canada team that went to Belize to build a hurricane shelter for their community.

I'm an avid outdoor person from walking the dog to cycling, camping, canoeing, rappelling, white water rafting, tidal bore rafting, scuba diving and hot air ballooning.


Mike Guest - Instructor Certifications: Canadian Red Cross (CPR, EFA, SFA, WRFA, AWRFA, FR, EMR, MBFA, MAFA, PFA), Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada (CPR)

Mike beginning 230' rappel off building
I started instructing First Aid in 2004 and now instruct CPR, Emergency First Aid, Standard First Aid, Red Cross Advanced Wilderness and Remote First Aid, First Responder, Emergency Medical Responder, Marine (Basic and Advanced) First Aid and Psychological First Aid. I am a Rappel Master who teaches Scouting youth how to rig, rappel do rope rescues plus trained in recreational High Angle Rescue.

I've worked with Scouts Canada since 1983 as both an adult leader and leader instructor and have certified well over two hundred Scouts Canada members in their First Aid training.

I've always been an outdoor person from - hiking, cycling, canoeing, camping, rappelling to white water rafting, tidal bore rafting, scuba diving and hot air ballooning.


Martin with his son in his firefighter gear



Martin MacNeil - Instructor Certifications: Canadian Red Cross (CPR, EFA, SFA), Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada (CPR)

I'm a First Aid Instructor, and have taken my experiences as an instructor and turned it into a career in teaching. I have been active with Scouting for most of my life and I've recently joined our local Volunteer Fire Department so I can use some of my knowledge in my community.










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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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