The leading edge provider of Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) approved emergency first aid training in Calgary is Calgary First Aid (click here to view the website). A range of first aid instructional classes are offered in relaxed and conveniently located training locations with professional course instructors. Two training centres are located in Calgary with one located NW of down-town Calgary and the other located south-east. Participants will learn the latest emergency first aid and CPR skills as delivered by the workplace approved of Canada. Saskatoon First Aid provides CPR education consisting of CPR “A”, “B”, “C” and CPR level “HCP” Most of these cardiopulmonary resuscitation training courses can be taken as as individual classes, however it is mandatory to take a CPR course in order to complete the emergency first aid course. All first aid and CPR programs include automated external defibrillator (AED) training which is stated on the certificate provided to successful participants at the end of the course. Participants may also register for other workplace required courses such as H2S Alive training, food safety certification and on-line WHMIS training. All registration can be done via telephone or on-line registration which is available 24 hours a day. Learn to save a life and strengthen your resume by attending OH&S approved emergency first aid training in Calgary, Alberta today.
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Emergency First Aid Course Times in Calgary
Calgary First Aid provides emergency first aid courses at a number of training centres at a variety of times. Most courses are offered at least twice each week with prominent courses available as often as five times per week. Personalized classes can be scheduled in the training location or in location of your choosing. Instructors can travel to almost any location and teach as many as 200 clients at one time. For more information about private courses please visit the website or use the contact information posted below.
- Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone Number: +15877745317
This workplace approved training provider is committed to offering the best prices on all of its programs. Check out the latest prices on emergency first aid programs featured at Calgary First Aid. All prices include taxes and any other applicable fees.
- Emergency First Aid and CPR level “A” or “C” – 89.99 (taxes included)
- Emergency First Aid and CPR level “A” or “C” Re-Certification – 74.99 (taxes included)
If you want to book a course or private lesson with our provider in Calgary use the information posted below or use the contact page.
Calgary First Aid is located in a great location with access to the brand new c-train station directly across the street. Some free parking is also available across the street. Check out the map below for more details on the main branch location for Calgary First Aid.
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Workplace Approved Emergency First Aid and CPR Certifications
Participants that successfully complete a first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training course through Calgary First Aid will get a St Mark James certificate. This certificate is valid for three years and a re-certification course is required prior to the certificate expiry date.
Various First Aid and CPR Classes
Calgary First Aid provides CPR education consisting of CPR “A”, “B”, “C” and CPR level “HCP” Most of these cardiopulmonary resuscitation training courses can be taken as individual classes, however it is mandatory to take a CPR course in order to complete the emergency first aid course.
Latest First Aid and CPR Training
Programs and courses offered in Calgary meet the highest standards and requirements set by the St Mark James. Course guidelines are provided through the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) which provides CPR standards for all major Canadian and American providers. Check out this video that shows the latest CPR techniques.
The instructor in the video is showing the latest standards in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED). Here are some basic tips in the application of an AED.
- When in doubt, put the AED on. The AED tracks the sinatrial node of the heart which is the electrical impulse of the heart. The AED determines if the victim needs a electrical shock. The AED will not shock the victim if it will not benefit the patient.
- The AED pads have an effective adhesive. The only major concern to placing the pads on an exposed chest is water / sweat. Ensure that the patient’s exposed chest is dry prior to application.
To learn more about effectively managing unconscious and non-breathing patients enroll into workplace approved emergency first aid courses in Calgary.
For Your Information
Emergency first aid is commonly referred to as “basic” first aid. This certification course is termed basic because it covers only the major first aid and CPR topics that are most likely to occur. No other provider in Calgary gives you the option of taking this course with either level “A”, “C” or “HCP”. Register for basic first aid training with any level of CPR training with Calgary First Aid.