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CPR Class in Grande Prairie, Alberta

CPR Class in Grande Prairie


The Best CPR Class in Grande Prairie

Grande Prairie First Aid is the most popular St Mark James training affiliate in the community. Holding classes at flexible schedules and having really cheap course fees have made students choose Grande Prairie First Aid time and time again. Students can sign up for training programs in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid in comprehensive first aid courses or stand-alone CPR classes such as CPR level “C” or “HCP”.¬†Available first aid courses in Grande Prairie include Alberta OH&S approved standard first aid which is incredibly popular among oil, gas / petroleum workers. To register for a course use the contact information provided below.

Contact Information

To register for a Alberta OH&S approved one or two day course or to register for stand-alone CPR classes use any of the contact details posted below:

  • Website: http://grandeprairiefirstaid.ca
  • Telephone:¬†1-888-870-7002
  • Email: info@firstaidservices.ca

Cheap course fees

Grand Prairie First Aid offers the cheapest possible rates for all classes in the area. Fees are only paid during enrollment; students are assured of no additional expenses. Fees include taxes, certification fees, and St Mark James training manuals. If you drop out of a program, a full refund will give given as long as a 72-hour notice was done.

Quality CPR programs


Adult and pediatric bag valve masks used in a CPR HCP class.

CPR classes are focused on skill building for CPR and AED (automated external defibrillation) for emergencies such as cardiac arrest. AEDs are machines that detect heart rhythms and apply needed Other cardiovascular a d respiratory emergencies such as heavy bleeding and choking are also included in the CPR classes. Each class level focuses on a particular age group and target audience.

CPR Course levels

Students can choose from CPR levels A, C, and HCP. These levels are four, five, and six hours long, focusing different victim age groups such as adult and pediatric (infant, toddler, school-age, etc.) victims. A special level of health care professionals (HCP) is also available.

St Mark James Certification

Certificate cards are awarded to students after completion of a training program. To successfully complete a class, the student must have complete attendance, at least 75 on the written exam, and adequate skill demonstration. The certificate is valid for three years.

Refresher programs for level C and HCP are available twice a week, both lasting four hours long.


All of the instructors at Grande Prairie First Aid are certified by St Mark James. Private instructors are available with hourly rates for training at home or special events such as company outings.

Did You Know?

Clearing an infant’s airway during a choking emergency

Infants and toddlers are the most common victims of choking because they like to put objects like small toys into their mouths. This is dangerous, especially if the child is not constantly watched over. However, there are quick and easy steps to help dislodge the object blocking the infant’s airway.

  • Place infant face up on your forearm.
  • Rest your forearm on your thigh, with the head of the infant lower than the rest of the body.
  • Place two fingers on the center of the infant’s chest, slightly lower than the nipples.
  • Press down slightly and make five thrusts.
  • Start CPR if infant doesn’t resume breathing.

Learn more about CPR and first aid in a training program.