Calgary First Aid is the leading St Mark James standard childcare first aid provider in Alberta. A variety of training courses in first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) are offered to prospective trainees. This provider has excellent customer testimonials and has conveniently located training centres throughout Calgary. Since 2007, Calgary First Aid has been providing the best training courses in the area for the lowest rates. Standard childcare first aid training includes CPR level “B” which teaches participants about child and infant CPR rescues. This course takes approximately 18 hours to complete and is offered in a two-day and three day (evening) format. All instructors are polite, friendly and knowledgeable which make the courses enjoyable to attend. To register for standard childcare first aid and CPR level “B” in Calgary complete the registration form provided on this page or use the contact details below.
Prospective trainees can complete their enrolment through the on-line application form below, e-mail, telephone call, or walk-ins at the main training centre. A complete list of schedules for all offered classes can be found on the Calgary First Aid website.
Calgary First Aid Contact Information
You can contact Calgary First Aid with the following contact information:
- Website: www.firstaidcalgary.ca
- Telephone: 1-587-774-5317
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: 1615 10th Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta, T3C0J5 , Canada
The main training facility for Calgary First Aid is conveniently located directly across the street from a new C-Train station. Free parking is available nearby, and the center is within walking distance to public transportation and restaurants. You can use the map below for directions.
Training course rates
Calgary First Aid offers trainees the lowest rates for all childcare first aid classes. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certificates, workplace approved registration fees, manuals, and other training equipment. You can rest assured of no additional expenses. Should a trainee be unable to finish a training course, full refunds are given as long the trainees provides a 72-hour notice before dropping out. Trainees who are unable to pass the training course the first time may take the course again, at no additional cost.
- Emergency Childcare First Aid, CPR level “B” and AED – 89.99 (price includes taxes)
- Standard Childcare First Aid, CPR level “B” and AED – 118.99 (price includes taxes)
- Standard Childcare First Aid, CPR level “B” and AED Re-Certification – 84.99 (price includes taxes)
Private lessons and stand-alone childcare first aid classes are also available with Calgary First Aid.
Training programs for CPR are available in three levels, with level C and HCP inclusive of child care first aid and CPR/AED training. AEDs are machines that deliver needed shock to restart the heart during cardiac arrest.
A number of different basic first aid skills are taught in the basic first aid classes. One of the most popular topics is management of choking hazards, especially for parents or people who live with children at home who like to put small toys in their mouths. A variation of the Heimlich maneuver for infants and children is taught in all the basic first aid classes.
Trainees who have scheduling problems or request a separate training class may enrol in a private class.
Workplace Approved Certification
All CPR training courses are workplace approved registrations programs. Trainees who are able to complete a training course are given a certificate for first aid, CPR, and AED, valid for three years throughout Canada. Expired or near-expiry certificates may be renewed through Calgary First Aid’s refresher courses.
Facilities and Instructors
The different training facilities throughout Calgary are all equipped with the latest technology in first aid training. Classrooms are spacious and comfortable as well.
All class instructors are certified by the workplace approved and are the best in their given fields of expertise so don’t hesitate to ask questions.
Did You Know?
Burns in children
If the child burns him or herself with hot water or sticks to something hot, bring the child directly to the emergency room. Large burns are very dangerous because children are mostly made up of water and fluid, and fluid loss will affect them greater. Dangerous burns are those that affect the face, hands, feet, and genitals. Immediate first aid should involve, taking off the child’s clothes and source of heat, and running cool water over the affected area – preferably in the shower. Do not apply anything to the burn, as oil, jelly, and other substances may keep the heat in and intensify the injury.
Enrol in a standard childcare first aid program in Calgary today to learn more about burn recognition and treatment.