Registration for childcare first aid training in Red Deer, Alberta is easy. Simply complete the form below or use the contact information provided on this page to register for a course or to inquire about courses, first aid supplies or safety training / consulting. The leading provider of standard, emergency and childcare first aid and CPR training in Red Deer, Alberta is Red Deer First aid because of the low prices, attention to detail and high quality programs. This experienced provider has been offering courses in Alberta since 2007. A variety of courses are available at varying dates, times and locations throughout the week. Participants that complete the course will receive certification valid throughout Canada. Individuals with current standard first aid and / or CPR level “C” or “HCP” certificates can enrol in workplace approved re-certification courses to renew their awards. Private classes are also available for groups, businesses and charitable organizations. For group rates use the contact information and request a quote. To register for emergency, standard or childcare first aid in Red Deer, Alberta click the link below, use the contact information on this page or complete the 0n-line registration form on the bottom of this page.
Complete classes and schedules can be found on the Red Deer First Aid website.
Contacting This Provider
To enrol in a workplace approved training course with Red Deer First Aid, use the following details:
- Website: www.firstaidreddeer.ca
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone Number: 1-888-870-7002
What Will I Learn in a Childcare First Aid Course in Red Deer?
Childcare first aid is a two-day OH&S approved course that covers a wide range of topics including:
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation for infant and child patients (CPR level “B”)
- Automated external defibrillator (AED) training for child and adolescent victims
- Cardiopulmonary and Respiratory Management including heart attacks, shock, stroke, T.I.A’s, anaphylaxis (allergic reactions) and angina
- Unexpected Medical and Environmental emergencies including seizures and poisonings
- Shaking Baby Syndrome
- Broken Bones and Fractures
- Head Injuries
- Spinal Injuries
- Deadly External and internal bleeding including embedded objects
- Diabetic Emergencies
- Sprains, strains and bruises
- First, Second and Third Degree Burns
The latest standards are taught using the most up to date training techniques.
What Other Courses Are Available in Red Deer?
Several other courses are also available
- Babysitting Training
- Food Safety Certification
- Standard first aid
- Emergency first aid
- CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED
- Pet First Aid
- Advanced Life Support
- Basic Life Support
- On-Line Safety Training
Use the contact information above to register for any of the above courses.
What Certification Will I Receive?
Participants that successfully complete standard, emergency or childcare first aid will receive Alberta OH&S approved certification programs that are valid across Canada for 3 years. CPR and AED only certificates are also valid for 3 years.
Are Re-Certifications Available?
Yes, we offer re-certification classes for a number of awards. Please ensure that you meet all required prerequisites prior to registering. Awards must be current and achieved through a credible provider.
Training course 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 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.
Did You Know?
In case you or someone else experiences a heart attack, remember…
- Call your local emergency hotline immediately or have someone drive you to the nearest hospital or emergency room. AVOID driving yourself; only do so if you are alone and can’t get anybody to drive you.
- Chew aspirin. This reduces blood clotting and can temporarily restore or increase blood flow to the heart.
- Take your nitroglycerin (if prescribed to you).
- If the victim falls unconscious and experiences cardiac arrest (no pulse and/or no respiration, no response), perform CPR immediately
Learn more about recognizing and managing circulatory emergencies such as heart attacks, angina and stroke by signing up for workplace approved standard or childcare first aid training in Red Deer, Alberta.