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First Aid Training in Lethbridge

First Aid Training in Lethbridge

First Aid Training in Lethbridge

Lethbridge First Aid in Alberta is one of the best training  providers of first aid, CPR, AED, food safety, WHMIS and TDG. Courses and programs on first aid and CPR are taught by workplace approved certified instructors in high-end training facilities throughout the city. Scheduling and registration is also very flexible, with popular classes held during evenings and weekends. Lethbridge First Aid is dedicated to providing students with the best learning experience. Great teachers and friendly staff are sure to make the experience of learning first aid and CPR in Lethbridge an enjoyable one. To register for a course use the contact information below or complete the on-line registration form found on this page.

Lethbridge First Aid

An overview of first aid training

Bag Valve Mask

Bag valve mask used to provide rescue breathings for CPR HCP training.

First aid programs introduce students to different topics such as EMS (emergency medical services), medication administration, wound care, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillation (AED) training. The most popular course, standard first aid, lasts 16-18 hours long and include lecture and hands-on training. Stand-alone classes for CPR/AED are also available, lasting four, five, and six hours depending on the level selected.

CPR and AED classes

CPR Level “A” offers CPR and AED training to first time trainees for adult victims, including choking and heavy bleeding. CPR Level “C” offers CPR and AED training for adult, child, and infant victims to first time trainees, including child and infant choking emergencies. CPR Level “HCP” offers comprehensive CPR and AED training targeted at health-care providers. CPR HCP focuses on skill training on the use of bag valve masks and rescue techniques used in hospital setting.

Recertification programs

Triangle Bandage

The triangle bandage can be used to immobilize injured body parts or keep dressings in place.

Students need at least 75 percent on the written exam, good skill return demonstration, and complete attendance in order to pass a class. Certificate cards are awarded to all students who are able to pass the training program. Certificates in wall-mount sizes can be requested.

The certificates are valid for three years and can be renewed through recertification classes. Recertification for standard first aid training are 8 hours long and include CPR level C recertification. Participants are encouraged to check the prerequisites for re-cert courses prior to registering.

Other facts about Lethbridge First Aid

  • Rates are the cheapest in Alberta. They are paid in full during enrolment so students don’t have to worry about additional expenses.
  • Rates include taxes, certification fees, and workplace approved training manuals.
  • All facilities are equipped with high-end training equipment such as AED trainers, training mannequins, and first aid training kits.
  • Facilities are easily accessible by public and private transportation, with free parking and restaurants within walking distance.

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