Welcome to MEDIC First Aid

Curriculum-based, standardized CPR, AED, and first aid training programs ideal for corporate settings

MEDIC First Aid is a worldwide leader in CPR/AED and first aid emergency care training programs for business, industry, and the public. MEDIC First Aid training programs have been used to teach and certify emergency care and first aid providers in business, general industry, and the public since 1978.

Courses are available both in English and Japanese.

Using MEDIC First Aid® program as in-company staff training

MEDIC First Aid programs are excellent programs for corporate CPR, AED, and first aid training as well as for individual training that offer a consistent, video-mediated, instructor-facilitated, instructional delivery system.

You need efficient, effective training that makes the most of limited time and tight budgets. Meet the easy-to-teach, easy-to-learn programs from MEDIC First Aid — your best choice for workplace emergency care training. From first aid to CPR and AED, and more, we have you covered for training to respond to adult, child, and infant emergencies. All backed by outstanding customer service and technical support.

MEDIC First Aid training programs are also ideal for workplace safety instructors or instructors with little or no emergency medical or other healthcare expertise.

There are two options to set up MEDIC First Aid courses for your company or organization:

  1. Finding a Training Center from our Training Center List.
  2. Having instructor(s) dispatched to your training site in your company through MFA JAPAN.

Contact us at MFA JAPAN for further information.

Fact Sheet

Training Center List

Training Center Location Program Contact Info
QQ-Kyoshitsu
  • Yachimata-shi, Chiba
  • BasicPlus
  • CarePlus
  • PediatricPlus
043-445-2704
mc_fujii@wa2.so-net.ne.jp

Contact

MFA JAPAN
Address: 2-13-33, Gakuen Nishimachi, Kodaira-shi, Tokyo
E-mail: info@mfa-japan.com
TEL: 042-345-9970
FAX: 042-345-8985

Office Hours
Monday to Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and Japanese national holidays.