Edmonton First Aid has been the premier training provider of safety, food handling, first aid, CPR, and AED classes in Edmonton since 2009. Learn skills and techniques that can save the life of a family member, co-worker, friend, or stranger by learning the latest rescue techniques from Edmonton First Aid. Participants who complete these courses will receive nationally recognized awards that enhance their careers and build their resumes. This training provider is the largest and most popular training service provider in the area, offering a variety of high-quality full training courses, stand-alone CPR classes, private classes, and re-certification courses at the most competitive rates. Learn effective rescue techniques and get certified by enrolling in first aid training in Edmonton today. Sign up for a training course here! Clicking this link will direct you to the Edmonton First Aid website where you will see all available courses and be able to register directly.
Edmonton First Aid
How do I register for a class?
You can use the link above or fill out the application form below.
E-mails, telephone calls, and walk-ins during business hours at the different training centers are also highly encouraged. You may also contact this provider using the following details:
- Email Address: [email protected] or [email protected]
- Telephone: 1-780-809-0829
- Website Address: www.firstaidcpredmonton.ca
- Main Training Centre: 7915 – 104 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 6M6
Check out the following map for training location information:
This training location is located nearby the University and Hospital and just two blocks south of Whyte Avenue.
What classes can I enroll in for Edmonton First Aid?
A very large number of courses are available for participants wanting to learn rescue and safety skills. Many courses will help with employment requirements and help boost your resume. The following is a brief list of available courses at Edmonton First Aid:
- Standard First Aid and CPR (Re-certifications available)
- Emergency First Aid and CPR
- Childcare First Aid and CPR (Re-certifications available)
- CPR and AED Only (Re-certifications available)
- Basic Life Support
- Oxygen Administration
- Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) Online Training
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) On-Line Training
- Fire Safety On-Line Training
- Hydrogen Sulphide Training (H2S)
- H2S Awareness Training
- Food Safety Certification
For more information about available courses with this provider use the contact information provided above.
How much do I have to pay for the classes at Edmonton First Aid?
The following is a brief break-down of course prices in Edmonton for popular programs:
- Alberta OH&S Approved Standard First Aid, CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED – 3 Year Certification – 132.99 (Re-Certification – 89.99) – Two Day Course
- Alberta OH&S Approved Standard Childcare First Aid, CPR level “B” and AED – 3 Year Certification – 134.99 (Re-Certification – 79.99) – Two Day Course
- Alberta OH&S Approved Emergency First Aid, CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED – 3 Year Certification – 89.99 – One Day Course
Course fees include taxes. For more information about courses, and prices use the contact information provided above. Private training is also available.
What if I don’t want to take the full training course?
Participants that do not need first aid combined with CPR may attend stand-alone CPR courses. Several different courses are available and they include:
- CPR level “A” and AED
- CPR level “C” and AED
- CPR level “HCP” and AED
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support
Online training courses are also offered for individuals looking for CPR training in the comfort of their own homes.
What kind of certification will I get?
Participants who complete courses such as standard, emergency, and childcare first aid will receive certification that meets Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) requirements. Participants who complete stand-alone CPR training courses will receive awards that meet the requirements of the ILCOR and American Heart Association consensus of 2012.
Did you Know?
Anaphylaxis reactions, also known as severe allergic reactions, are life-threatening and must be addressed as soon as it happens. Reactions to different kinds of stimuli such as peanuts and bee stings can cause an anaphylactic reaction. Signs and symptoms of an anaphylactic reaction include:
- Changes in LOC (levels of consciousness) such as confusion, disorientation, and unconsciousness
- Difficulty in breathing
- Tightening in the chest
- General hives, itchiness, and redness of the skin
- Swelling of face, lips, and area of contact with an allergen
Typically, the more signs and symptoms that are present, the more serious the episode is. Signs and symptoms can vary regardless of what the allergen is. To learn more about recognizing and managing severe allergic reactions, enroll in St Mark James training courses with Edmonton First Aid.