Do you need first aid certification? Do you need to make sure it meets Saskatchewan workplace or academic requirements? Are you looking for the lowest prices and a great learning experience? Register with Saskatoon First Aid to get your Saskatchewan workplace approved certification with experienced teachers at the lowest prices. Learn to manage emergencies such as heart attacks, stroke, seizures, poisonings, dislocations and broken bones by enrolling in popular standard first aid courses. A variety of different courses are available including childcare first aid, babysitting training, H2S alive courses and basic life support. Registration for any course is very easy and can be complete on-line here via telephone, email or in person by using the contact information provided below.
Registration For Courses
Registration for courses can be completed by clicking the following link or use the contact details below.
- To contact this provider by email please use: firstname.lastname@example.org
- To visit the website please go to: www.firstaidsaskatoon.ca
- To register or inquire about courses via telephone call: 1-888-870-7002 (Toll Free)
What First Aid Classes Are Available?
The following popular first aid, CPR and AED courses are available in Saskatoon:
- Standard first aid – Two day comprehensive course
- Emergency first aid – One day basic course
- Childcare first aid -Two day comprehensive course for childcare / daycare workers.
What CPR Classes Are Available?
Several different CPR classes are available for participants.
- CPR level “A” – Basic CPR for adult rescues only
- CPR level “C” – CPR rescues for victims of all ages
- CPR level “HCP” – CPR rescues for victims of all ages at a health care provider level
- Basic life support (BLS)
- Advanced life support (ALS)
To register for any one of the above mentioned classes use the contact information posted above.
Is AED Training Included?
Yes, automated external defibrillator (AED) training is included in all of the above mentioned courses.
Are Private Courses Available?
Yes, private courses are available for groups, new parents, companies and businesses. To inquire about a private course in your area use the contact information posted above.
What Certification Will I Receive?
Participants that successfully complete standard first aid training will receive a Saskatchewan workplace and academic approved certificate that is valid nationally for 3 years.
Did You Know?
A stroke is caused when a blood clot blocks an artery delivering blood to a part of the brain. Due to the clot, that part of the brain no longer receives the oxygen it needs and the brain tissue dies. Another name for stroke is cerbrovascular accident (CVA). Severe strokes can cause paralysis and death. Less severe strokes can cause brain damage which can impair certain functions of the body depending on the part of the brain that is affected.
Common signs and symptoms of a stroke are sudden numbness and/or weakness of the face, arm, leg, especially localized on one side of the body, sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding, vision problems with one or both eyes, trouble walking and balancing, dizziness, and severe headache.
Sign-up for St Mark James training programs with Saskatoon First Aid to be assured of the finest quality courses at the most affordable prices. Enrol today!