Edmonton First Aid is your best choice in childcare first aid training. It has become the top training service provider in Edmonton because of high quality training courses offered at the lowest rates in the area. A variety of training courses, stand-alone classes, and refresher courses are available for enrolment. Private classes are also offered to trainees or big groups who require a separate training class. All classes are overseen by the Canadian Red Cross so trainees get the best training possible.
Enrolment is quick and easy! Prospective trainees can enrol using the application form below or via e-mail. Telephone calls and walk-ins are also highly encouraged by Edmonton First Aid’s very helpful staff.
A complete list of classes and schedules can be found on the Edmonton First Aid homepage.
Edmonton First Aid Contact Information
If you have any questions regarding classes and schedules, you can reach Edmonton First Aid using the information below.
- Telephone: 780-809-0829
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: Suite 200 7915 – 104 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 6M6
- Website Address: www.firstaidcpredmonton.ca
The main training center is located only a few blocks south of Whyte Avenue. Amenities such as free parking and restaurants are within walking distance. Public transportation is also easily accessible from the center. The map below will give further details on the main training center.
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Training course rates
All training courses and classes are offered at the lowest rates in Edmonton. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, and Red Cross registration fees, as well as training manuals and equipment. Full reimbursements are given to trainees who do not complete the training course, provided a 72-hour notice is given.
Edmonton First Aid also offers a “no pressure” policy that assures trainees who do not pass the training course the first time can retake the course at no additional cost.
Edmonton First Aid CPR training courses and classes are available throughout the week, with certain classes on the weekends. You’re sure to have no problems with scheduling. CPR training courses are offered in three levels: A, C, and HCP. C and HCP include pediatric CPR, AED, and first aid training.
AEDs are machines able to detect heart rhythms and provide needed shock to the heart. Trainees are introduced to the different algorithms and pathways used in rescuing a victim of cardiac arrest. The American Heart Association’s BLS for adults and children are use in the CPR and AED classes, with focus on the updated techniques and procedures.
The video below will show a Red Cross instructor providing CPR to an infant.
Stand-alone classes are also available for trainees who do not want to enrol in the full training course. Basic first aid classes are the most popular stand-alone classes, covering a variety of emergency situations. Classes are focused on skill development – including bandaging, bleeding management, and choking management, to name a few.
Certification and renewal
All training courses are Red Cross certification courses. Trainees who are able to complete a training course are awarded a Red Cross certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED, valid for three years throughout Canada. Renewal of expired or near-expiry certificates may be completed through refresher courses offered by Edmonton First Aid at least twice a week.
Edmonton First Aid training centers are equipped with the latest technology in first aid, CPR, and AED training for both children and adults. Classrooms are very well-maintained and spacious to provide the most comfortable learning experience for the trainees.
Private classes are available to trainees who are unable to enrol in any of the regular schedules. Big groups or companies who request a separate class and schedule can also enrol in a private class. Edmonton First Aid also offers classes for special company events within the Edmonton area.
On-line application form to Edmonton First Aid
Did You Know?
Eye injuries in children
In case your child’s eye is injured, bring them directly to the ER. Watch out and look for any bleeding, redness, blurry vision, and inability of the child to move his or her eye. If there is any bleeding, use clean piece of cloth or gauze and place light pressure of the eye to stem the flow. After treatment, you can use ice packs and pain relievers for swelling and pain. Eye injuries often look worse than they actually are, because there are numerous blood vessels on the face that get damaged and bleed profusely in an injury.
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