Workplace approved Emergency first aid and CPR is one of the most detailed single day courses provided to participants in Alberta. This class includes training in common and basic emergency situations such as circulatory emergencies (heart attacks, stroke, bleeding) and respiratory emergencies (asthma, anaphylaxis and hyperventilation). Candidates signed up for this class will also be taught cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills with hands on training. This course is provided via St Mark James and individuals who finish the program will receive a St Mark James emergency first aid, CPR and AED award. We provide this course with either CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP”. This web page will describe the details and features of a workplace approved emergency first aid program in Red Deer.
The length of an emergency first-aid program hinges on the quantity and skill level of the candidates as well as the CPR level partnered with the class. Emergency first aid and CPR training is approximately 8 hours in length. This course is usually finished in just one day but we do provide this CPR and first aid class in two shorter days. (2 four hour days).
Training Course Cost
The price of an emergency first aid and CPR class is subject to the level of CPR training incorporated into the course. Listed below are the prices associated with emergency first aid, CPR and AED class:
- Emergency first aid with cardiopulmonary resuscitation or “B” – – dollars
- Emergency first aid and CPR C – – dollars
All courses incorporate automated external defibrillator education.
Emergency first-aid consists of the most elementary first-aid emergencies which may take place. Below is a brief outline of the class content of each emergency first-aid course:
Basic CPR for adult victims (CPR “C” incorporates CPR for infant and child patients)
- Respiratory Emergencies
- Cardiovascular Emergencies
- Skeletal Injuries
- Deadly bleeding including minor and major wounds
These subjects will be dealt with in detail inside a workplace approved emergency first-aid course.
Official Certification and Re-Certification
Individuals that finish emergency first aid, CPR and AED get a wallet sized card stating that you have completed the class. This document also states education and training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation as well as the utilization of automatic external defibrillators. Certification provided meets workplace and educational requirements for many individuals in Red Deer.
Participants are also able to enrol into emergency CPR and first aid refresher / re-certification classes. These instructional classes are available for customers who have previously been awarded an emergency first-aid card and need to restore accreditation.
Register for an emergency first aid course in Red Deer by selecting the course date and time from below.