Calgary First Aid is the most popular training provider of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) courses in Calgary. Large classrooms, conveniently located training centres and low prices have made this the leading OH&S approved of first aid and CPR training in Calgary. Participants that complete training with Calgary First Aid will receive occupational health and safety approved certificates that are valid for 3 years. Registration for food safety, first aid or work safety certification courses can be completed on-line, via telephone or email. Participants that enrol in first aid training will learn about rescue scene management, casualty care and legal implications of providing care to a victim / casualty. Get certified today, enhance your career and learn life saving skills by enrolling in a first aid course in Calgary today.
Click here to enrol in first aid and CPR courses with Calgary First Aid. Class space is limited and courses do fill so we strongly recommend you register in advance.
Calgary First Aid Contact Information
Calgary First Aid may be reached through the following information:
- Telephone Number: 587-774-5317
- Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.firstaidcalgary.ca
- Address: Suite 102, 750 – 11th Street SW, Calgary, AB T2P 3N7
Enrolment for courses with Calgary First Aid may be completed through the on-line application form below or through e-mail. Telephone calls and walk-ins at the training centers during business hours are also encouraged. Candidates can enrol in a variety of St Mark James first aid and CPR classes that are offered at various schedules and locations throughout the week.[button link=”#Reg”]Enrol in a training course with Calgary First Aid today[/button]
The main training center is easily accessible by public and private transportation, given its location next to a new C-Train station. Nearby amenities such as free parking and restaurants are also available. For more information about the location of Calgary First Aid, check out the map below.
Training courses and rates
Calgary First Aid offers a number of different training courses at the lowest prices. St Mark James certificates for first aid, CPR, and AED training are awarded to trainees who are able to complete a course, valid for three years throughout Canada. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and St Mark James registration fees. Trainees don’t have to worry about additional costs because manuals and equipment used during training are included in the initial enrolment.
- St Mark James Standard First Aid, CPR and AED – 127.99
- St Mark James Emergency First Aid, CPR and AED – 89.99
- St Mark James Emergency Childcare First Aid, CPR and AED
- St Mark James Standard Childcare First Aid, CPR and AED
- St Mark James CPR level “A” and AED Only – 58.99
- St Mark James CPR level “C” and AED Only – 69.99
- St Mark James CPR level “HCP” and AED Only – 69.99
Renewal of expired and near-expiry certificates are offered through Calgary First Aid’s refresher courses, held at least twice a week. For trainees who decided to drop out of a training course may receive full refund, as long as they give a 72-hour notice.
CPR Training Courses
Trainees are introduced to the Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines made by the American Heart Association to guide rescuers providing emergency management to victims of cardiac arrest. The most recent 2010 guidelines highlight several updates in techniques and pathways in CPR and AED. Studies have shown that immediate chest compressions after a person has collapsed, as opposed to the old “Look, Listen, Feel” technique, raises the chances of survival of the victim. This is emphasized with two steps:
To get a head start on your CPR training, watch the BLS update video below.
Stand-alone classes are available for trainees who do not want to undergo the complete training course. Basic first aid or CPR and AED training only classes are available for enrolment. Other stand-alone classes are also focused on safety and hazard management, such a food safety, fire hazard management, and pet first aid classes to name a few. Private classes are usually offered to companies or big groups to request a separate class and schedule for their training. Refresher courses are available for trainees who need to renew expiring certifications.
Calgary First Aid’s training centers are equipped with the latest technology in first aid and CPR training. Classrooms are spacious and air-conditioned, to give trainees the most comfortable learning experience possible. Because the locations of different training centers are easily accessible and conveniently placed with nearby amenities, Calgary First Aid has become the most popular training service provider in the area.
Head over to Calgary First Aid for the best training service offered in the market!
Did You Know?
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- Daily capillary blood glucose monitoring (CBG), four hours after eating
- Light to moderate exercise, three to five times a week
- Healthy diet, eat more complex carbohydrates
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