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First Aid Training in Red Deer

First Aid Courses

First aid courses include CPR and AED training.

The American Heart Association states that most life threatening emergencies happen at home to a family member. Would you know how to recognize and manage a serious medical emergency? Learn how to recognize and manage a wide range of serious and minor medical emergencies by enrolling in Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) approved first aid and CPR courses. Learn the latest and most effective CPR and AED rescue techniques by enrolling in CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” training. A variety of programs outside of first aid training are also available with this Red Deer provider. Participants may enrol in food safety certification courses, on-line fire safety training, WHMIS classes and many more. To register for a first aid course in Red Deer or for more information about available class use the contact details posted below:

Additional information on classes and schedules can be found on the Red Deer First Aid website.

Contact Details:

To contact this provider about first aid consulting, private courses, class registration or for any other inquiries please use the following contact information:

  • Email: info@canadianfirstaid.ca
  • Telephone: 1-888-870-7002
  • Website: www.firstaidreddeer.ca

Operators are available from 7am to 6pm from Monday to Sunday.

On-line application form to Red Deer First Aid





First Aid Training Class

Red Deer First Aid features the cleanest training classes in the most convenient training locations in Red Deer.

Rates

Red Deer First Aid offers a range of workplace approved training and refresher / re-certification courses for the lowest prices. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and workplace approved registration fees. All materials used during training like manuals and first aid equipment are included in the initial enrolment fee, so you don’t have to worry about additional expenses. Full refunds are also given by Red Deer First Aid, as long as the trainee gives a 72-hour notice.

Training Courses

One more reason that makes Red Deer First Aid the first choice in CPR and first aid classes in Alberta is due to the wide range of full training courses and renewal programs it offers trainees. The following is a list of readily available courses with Red Deer First Aid.

  • Standard CPR and first aid
  • Standard Childcare first aid
  • Emergency 1st aid and CPR
  • Emergency Childcare first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Basic Marine 1st aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Babysitting first aid and CPR
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation “HCP”
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation level A and AED
  • CPR “C” and AED
  • Basic Life Support
  • ACLS
  • PALS
  • Oxygen administration training

To find the schedule of these posted courses visit the Red Deer First Aid website or use the contact information from above.

Are Private Classes Available?

Yes, individuals, groups and businesses looking for private training can host a course at the training centre or, if space allows, a private course can be held at your facility.

What Kind of Certification Will I Receive?

Participants that complete one and two day first aid and CPR courses will receive Alberta OH&S approved certificates that meet Alberta workplace and academic requirements. AED certification is also stated on these awards. Certificates are valid throughout Canada for 3 years.

Training Facilities

Training centers are located in different convenient spots in Red Deer. The centers are easily accessible, either by public or private transportation. Restaurants and shops are also within walking distance. Red Deer First Aid is dedicated to providing trainees with a very conducive learning experience.

Did You Know?

Bandaging

In bandage wrapping, a circular role of bandage or cloth is firmly rolled around an injured area to support a dressing, prevent further bleeding, or immobilization.

  1.  The bandage is rolled from the inner side to the outer side, from the farthest to nearest part.
  2. The pressure should be uniform.
  3. Each section of the bandage should be overlapped by at least half of the next turn or roll of bandage.
  4. The bandage can be secured in a safety pin or tie.

Enrol with Red Deer First Aid now!

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