Edmonton First Aid is the leading Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) approved training provider of standard first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) programs in Edmonton. They ensure that all classes are taught by experienced and knowledgeable instructors in high-end training centers. The Edmonton First Aid staff are very friendly and welcoming, and will ensure that you enrol into the course that suites your needs best. You have the option of registering for a number of different courses including comprehensive two day courses, stand-alone CPR and AED classes, private classes, and refresher / re-certification courses. Sign up for a standard first aid course in Edmonton by using the contact / registration information available on this page.
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Edmonton First Aid Contact Information
If you have questions regarding classes and schedules or if you want to enrol in a course, use of the contact information below.
- Website Address: http://www.firstaidcpredmonton.ca
- Email Address: [email protected]
- Telephone: 780-809-0829
- Main Training Address: Suite 200 7915 – 104 Street, Edmonton, Alberta,
The main training location of Edmonton First Aid is located just south of downtown Edmonton with amenities such as free parking within walking distance. View the map below for more information on the location.
Edmonton First Aid offers a wide range of training courses, including on-line WHMIS and H2S training. Students can register for classroom courses such as childcare, emergency, and standard first aid. This leading provider is considered the front runner of CPR and first aid instruction for the past six years in the Edmonton area.
Regardless of whether you register for first aid or stand-alone CPR training each course offers training in the use of automated external defibrillators (AED).
Stand-alone CPR, AED, and first aid classes are also available if the trainee does not want to undergo all these classes in the full training course. Private classes are offered to big groups or companies.
Alberta OH&S approved training certificates are awarded to trainees who are able to complete and pass their enrolled course. The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada, for whatever purpose it may serve the trainee.
Expiring or near-expiry certificates can be renewed through refresher courses offered twice weekly at Edmonton First Aid.
Rates are inclusive of taxes, certification fees, and training manuals and equipment. Trainees don’t have to worry about incurring additional expenses during the training period.
- Standard first aid, CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED – 132.99
- Standard first aid, CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED re-certification – 89.99
Trainees who drop out and give a 72-hour notice beforehand are entitled to full refunds.
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The Difference between Standard, Emergency and Childcare First Aid
One of the most common questions asked by participants who want to register for a first aid course is what is the difference between standard, child care, and emergency first aid classes.
Here are some facts that will hopefully clear some confusion:
- Emergency first aid is an eight-hour course that includes basic first aid training.
- Emergency Child care first aid is a more comprehensive eight-hour course, that focuses on first aid emergencies that can occur in a day care or child care environment.
- Standard childcare first aid is even more comprehensive than emergency childcare first aid and requires sixteen hours to complete.
- Standard first aid is one of the most popular first aid courses that includes a comprehensive and wide range of first aid topics. This course takes sixteen hours to complete.
If you still don’t know what first aid course to take:
- Ask your academic adviser or employer. They should know what course and certification you need.
- Contact the Edmonton First Aid. They should give you some good direction.
- Take standard first aid. It is the most comprehensive course and its certificate can be used to meet different academic, work, and government requirements.