Calgary First Aid is the leader in first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) training in Alberta. It has grown to become the most popular training service provider in the area, offering the largest selection of training courses. This provider assures trainees of the lowest rate in H2S, WHMIS, and Transportation of Dangerous Goods courses – among others. Participants that complete first aid and / or CPR training in Calgary will receive workplace and academic approved certification that is valid throughout Canada for 3 years. Popular courses such as standard, childcare and emergency first aid meet Alberta OH&S requirements. Other popular courses include pet first aid, private infant CPR training and basic and adnvaced life support. You can find a complete list of classes and schedules here, or you can use the contact information provided below to inquire about a public or private course in your area.
On-line registration form to Calgary First Aid
Calgary First Aid Contact Information
Calgary First Aid is located conveniently just outside down-town Calgary. It is easily accessible by public and private transportation, with a C-Train station across the street and private parking within walking distance.
- Telephone: 587-774-5317
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.firstaidcalgary.ca
- Address: 1615 10th ave sw, Calgary, Alberta T3C0J5 , Canada
This provider offers courses at several different training locations. The main training location located in the address above. For more information about the amenities in the area or for directions view the Google map below.
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What Will I Learn in a Alberta OH&S Approved Standard First Aid Course?
Participants that register for standard first aid, CPR and AED training (two day course) will learn about the following topics:
- When and how to contact 9-1-1
- How to respond safely to an emergency
- How to check patient responsiveness and vitals
- The primary survey
- The secondary survey
- Management of unconscious victims
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
- Automated External Defibrillators (AED)
- Breathing Emergencies
- Circulatory Emergencies
- Sudden Medical Emergencies
- Bone, joint and muscle injuries
- Head, neck and spinal injuries
- Wound management
- Environmental Emergencies
- Legal implications of first aid and CPR
- Compression only CPR
Learn about these topics an more by enrolling in a course today.
Calgary First aid has the most affordable rates for all instructional classes. No other training service provider in Alberta offers better rates than Calgary First Aid. All course rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, St Mark James registration fees, and training manuals and equipment.
- Standard First Aid – 127.99
- Emergency First Aid – 89.99
- Emergency Childcare First Aid – 89.99
- Standard Childcare First Aid – 118.99
Trainees who are unable to complete their training course are entitled to a full-refund as long as a 72-hour notice was given.
Stand-alone classes are available to trainees who do not want to take both first aid and CPR/AED classes in a full training course. Private classes are offered to big groups or companies, as well as trainees with scheduling problems and cannot enrol in any of Calgary First Aid’s numerous schedules.
Certification with St Mark James
Trainees who are able to complete the course are awarded a St Mark James training certificate, valid for three years throughout Canada. Refresher courses for renewal / re-certification of expiring certificates are available twice a week at each training location in Calgary.
Trainees can enrol using the application form above or on the Calgary First Aid website. E-mails, telephone calls, and walk-ins during business hours are highly encouraged by Calgary First Aid’s very helpful staff.
Did You Know?
CPR and AED
Standards in CPR and AED change every 4 or 5 years based on recommendations by large research committees such as ILCOR (International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation). St Mark James and all of the major first aid and CPR providers changed the standards in first aid and CPR in 2010 with the Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines.
Basic Life Support was created by the American Heart Association to save lives after a person becomes a victim of cardiac arrest. The BLS includes (1) recognition of SCA or sudden cardiac arrest, (2) activation of the emergency response system, (3) early cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and (4) rapid defibrillation with an automated external defibrillator.
Enrol in training course with Calgary First Aid to receive the latest training!