Edmonton First Aid is one of the best providers of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) instructional classes in Edmonton. Trainees can enrol in a variety of first aid training courses, scheduled at various times throughout the week. Training courses in CPR are divided into three levels, all inclusive of AED training and offered at the lowest rates in Edmonton. Participants looking for Alberta OH&S approved courses may register for standard, childcare or emergency first aid and receive certification that meets workplace requirements. Trainees receive only the highest quality education with highly qualified trainers.
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Edmonton First Aid Contact Details
You may reach Edmonton First Aid with the following information:
- Telephone: 780-809-0829
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: Suite 200 7915 – 104 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 6M6
- Website: http://firstaidcpredmonton.ca
Enrolment can be completed using the on-line application form below or e-mail. Telephone calls and walk-ins at the training center are encouraged by Edmonton First Aid’s very helpful staff. For more details on the training center location, view the map below.
The training center is conveniently accessible by public and private transportation. Amenities such as free parking and nearby restaurants and shops are available by the training center.
Why should I enrol at Edmonton First Aid?
- The training course rates at Edmonton First Aid can’t be beaten by other training service providers. Rates are the lowest in the area and are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and Alberta OH&S registration fees.
- No additional payments during training because all manuals and training equipment were already covered by the initial enrolment fee.
- Full refunds are given to trainees who decided to drop a course if they provide a 72-hour notice.
- Edmonton First Aid has the biggest selection of classes and schedules. Certain classes are also available on the weekends.
- CPR training courses are inclusive of basic first aid and AED training. However, if trainees do not wish to undergo the full training course, stand-alone CPR classes that focus only on CPR and AED are also available.
- Private classes are offered to companies and big groups who request a separate class and schedule for their training.
- Trainees are taught the latest information in first aid, CPR, and AED.
- St Mark James certificates for first aid, CPR, and AED training, valid for three years throughout Canada are awarded to trainees who complete a training course successfully.
- The training centers are high-end and equipped with the latest technology in first aid training. Classrooms are spacious, well-lit, and air-conditions for an optimum learning experience.
Basic first aid, CPR and AED classes
Numerous classes that focus on safety and first aid are available for enrolment at Edmonton First Aid. CPR training course are available in three levels: “A”, “C”, and “HCP”. CPR training classes with Edmonton First Aid focus on the updated techniques and pathways of the Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines made by the American Heart Association. These guidelines are used when responding to victim of cardiac arrest. The video below is an introduction to the updated BLS guidelines.
Stand-alone classes cover various first aid topics such as management of safety hazards. The newest stand-alone classes offered by Edmonton First Aid are food safety, fire hazard management, and pet first aid. To give you an idea of the newest food safety class, the picture below shows one of the proper guidelines in hand hygiene made by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Enrolment may be completed through the on-line application form below or an e-mail. Telephone calls and walk-ins at the training center are also highly encouraged. Additional information on classes and schedules are available on the website.
Did You Know?
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