A variety of occupations, schools and programs require first aid and CPR training. Finding the rights provider that offers the right course that meets your schedule can be difficult. Red Deer First Aid is the largest, most affordable provider of Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) approved first aid, CPR and automated external defibrillator (AED) programs in Red Deer. Classes include basic life support (BLS), advanced cardiovascular life support (ACLS), pediatric life support (PALS), standard first aid, emergency first aid, babysitting training, childcare first aid, stand-alone CPR level “C”, stand-alone CPR level “HCP”, food safety and a number of in-class and on-line safety programs. Click here for additional information regarding classes with Red Deer First Aid. This provider also offers first aid and workplace safety consulting services and first aid supplies that meet government and provincial regulations. Registration for first aid and CPR courses or for inquiries about private programs, supplies or consulting use the contact information provided below.[button link=”#Reg”]Enrol in a training course with Red Deer First Aid today[/button]
How to Contact This First Aid Supplier?
To register for a course, inquire about private training or for any first aid or workplace safety services please use the following contact information:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 1-888-870-7002
- Website: www.firstaidreddeer.ca
Friendly and knowledgeable customer service representatives are available during regular business hours.
About Red Deer First Aid
Because Red Deer First Aid is dedicated to the comfort and convenience of its trainees, enrolment may be completed through the on-line application form below. Prospective trainees are also encouraged to call or go to the training center in person for enrolment. A complete list of classes and schedules can be found on the Red Deer First Aid website.
Training course rates offered by Red Deer First Aid are the lowest in the area. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and Alberta OH&S registration fees. Manuals and other training equipment are also included in the initial registration fee so trainees don’t have to worry about additional expenses. If a 72-hour notice is given prior to dropping out of a course, the trainee is entitled to receive a full refund of the enrolment fee.
CPR and AED
Red Deer First Aid offers three levels for CPR training, each corresponding to a target student group and victim age group. The training courses are focused on the updated CPR techniques in the Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines. These guidelines were made by the American Heart Association in order to provide a guide when rescuing victims of cardiac arrest. The old techniques of “Look, Listen, Feel” and A-B-C (airway, breathing, circulation) have been updated in the 2010 BLS. The video below gives you an introduction to the CPR training courses offered at Red Deer First Aid.
Basic First Aid
Stand-alone classes on basic first aid or CPR and AED training only are offered to trainees who do not want to undergo the entire CPR training course. Basic first aid classes cover a variety of emergency situations needing immediate first aid management. One of the newest stand-alone classes is food safety. The basic lesson taught in preventing infection, not only from food-borne illnesses is hand washing. To give you a head start on your food safety lesson, look at the picture below.
Private classes are offered to big companies or groups who request a separate class and schedule for training. Trainees who are unable to enrol in regular classes may choose to apply for a private class.
Because all training courses are overseen by St Mark James, trainees who are able to successfully complete a training course are awarded a certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED training, valid for three years throughout Canada. Refresher courses for renewal of expiring or near-expiry certificates are also offered by Red Deer First Aid.
Red Deer First Aid boasts clean and well-maintained training facilities. The classrooms are spacious and air-conditioned, with the latest technology in first aid and CPR training available to trainees. The training centres are conveniently located near public transport and restaurants.Trainees get the best training environment with Red Deer First Aid.
Red Deer First Aid has been offering certification courses since 2007 and also has easily grown to become the best service provider in the area. Start your training today!
Did You Know?
Managing diabetes with a healthy diet
First aid rescuers need to have knowledge of managing different illnesses, especially a common ailment such as diabetes. One of the best ways to manage type 2 diabetes is a healthy diet. People with diabetes type 2 should have a low-fat, high-fiber diet. Food items such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains should be part of everyday fare – especially food with low glycemic index (food takes a while to be processed into glucose). Products that a person with diabetes should eat less of are animal products, refined carbohydrates, and sweets.