CPR Class in Edmonton

CPR class in Edmonton

CPR class in Edmonton

Edmonton First Aid offers prospective students a range of advanced and basic CPR classes at the lowest rates in Edmonton. Learn life saving skills and build your resume as you learn the latest CPR and AED rescue techniques that meet the ILCOR 2012 consensus and standards set by the American Heart Association (AHA). Learn how to effectively prevent further injury and learn to preserve life by learning to asses conscious and unconscious casualties with the latest AHA techniques. Participants will learn how to safely and effectively provide chest compression and ventilation’s for non breathing victims.  Rescuers will also learn about legal implications of providing aid and components such as the “Good Samaritan Act” and personal protective equipment. Be prepared to help a casualty of any life threatening emergency by enrolling in a CPR class in Edmonton with this workplace and academic approved provider. Scroll down to register for a first aid or CPR class on-line now.

Click here to visit the Edmonton First Aid website for a complete list of available CPR classes, schedules, and rates. To register for basic CPR training use the registration form below or the provider contact information below that.

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Contact information

If you have any questions regarding enrolment or classes, you can reach the Edmonton First Aid website with the details below. CSR’s are available to help with registration

  • Website: http://firstaidcpredmonton.ca
  • Telephone: 780-809-0829
  • Email: info@firstaidcpredmonton.ca

Trainees are encouraged to complete their enrolment via e-mail, telephone call, or walk-ins in any of the training centers in Edmonton.

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Rates

Courses are offered at the cheapest rates in the area. Rates include taxes, certification fees, and use of training manuals and equipment. Trainees don’t have to worry about additional expenses or any hidden fees while training. The following is a breakdown of full prices of CPR and AED training programs with this provider:

  • CPR level ‘A’ and AED – 73.99
  • CPR level ‘C’ and AED – 73.99
  • CPR level ‘HCP’ and AED – 73.99
  • CPR level ‘C’ and AED Re-Certification – 69.99

Trainees are also entitled to full refund of the enrolment fee in they drop out, provided a 72-hour notice is given. This is one of the things that makes Edmonton First Aid a “common sense” provider!

Programs

Edmonton First Aid boasts the largest selection of Alberta OH&S certification programs in Edmonton. Three CPR level’s are available that can be partnered with varying types of first aid courses. Every course is inclusive of AED training. The following is a breakdown of some of the most popular classes available with this OH&S approved provider:

  • Standard first aid, CPR and AED
  • Babysitting Training
  • Emergency first aid, CPR and AED
  • Childcare first aid, CPR and AED
  • CPR level “A” and AED
  • CPR level “C” and AED
  • CPR level “HCP” and AED
  • Basic Life Support
  • Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
  • WHMIS
  • TDG
  • Food safety certification
  • Re-certifications

These and many more courses are available with this popular Edmonton provider.

What Will I Learn in the Course?

First aid training with Edmonton First Aid trains students diverse first aid skills such as but not limited to bandaging, basic wound care, seizure management, poisoning, environmental emergencies, diabetic emergencies, shock, when and how to contact EMS, effective use of bystanders, head injuries, neck injuries and legal implications of administration of medication. Participants will learn about the 5 rights of medication and how to provide care for unconscious breathing victims and conscious choking victims. Participants will learn about victim care for individuals that are in varying degrees of consciousness including Alert, Verbal, Pain stimulated and unconscious victims. This providers aims to produce trainees with quality first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) skills.

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First aid classes include skill training in using inhalers.

Many employers and business have chosen Edmonton First Aid to be the first aid and / or CPR provider for their company. This provider provides the lowest group and company rates as well as issues workplace approved certification that meets Alberta Workplace standards. Private programs can be provided through the training centre  or a trained and experienced instructor can come to you.

Certification

Alberta OH&S approved certificates are awarded after completion of a training class. The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada and will meet whatever requirement the trainee needs it for.

Participants with current awards may attend re-certification courses for certain awards. Prerequisites must be met prior to registering for a re-certification course.

Facilities

Edmonton First Aid training facilities are high-end, equipped with the latest training technology for first aid and CPR training. The facilities are easily accessible as well, within walking distance to public transportation and free parking.

Did You Know?

Facts about animal bites

Animal bites are mostly caused by pets you own at home. Dogs are more likely to bite than cats but cat bites are more likely to cause infection because their teeth usually puncture the skin. Puncture wounds are very difficult to clean and may appear shallow and painless at first when it isn’t. Bites from non-domestic animals (animals who have not had immunization against rabies) are most likely to give you rabies. Rabies are common in bats, raccoons, skunks, and foxes rather than cats and dogs. Small animals like rabbits, squirrels, and other rodents are often free from rabies.

If a person is infected by rabies, he or she will start to experience symptoms of hydrophobia (fear of water) and fear of gusts of wind. They will also manifest psychological symptoms such as changes in mood and personality. Often, the person infected with rabies appears/acts “crazy” or out of character.