Calgary First Aid is the top provider of St Mark James courses in the Calgary area. Prospective trainees looking for credible St Mark James certification can enrol in certification programs with this nationally approved provider. Various classes including food safety, H2S, TDG, WHMIS, CPR “only” and combined first aid and CPR programs are available with this popular provider. Private classes and re-certifications are also available for St Mark James first aid and / or CPR courses. Friendly and knowledgeable staff make the registration and classroom components remarkably easy and enjoyable. Registration for any course can be completed via email, telephone or on-line via the website (link is posted below). Learn valuable skills such as choking rescues, CPR and how to manage respiratory, circulatory and environmental emergencies by enrolling in a class today.
You can visit the Calgary First Aid website for a complete list of available classes, schedules and rates. A registration form is also available through the link where you can complete your enrolment. Trainees are likewise encouraged to enrol via e-mail, phone call, or walk-in during business hours at any of Calgary First Aid’s training centers.
Calgary First Aid Contact Information
If you have any questions regarding enrolment and scheduling, use the information below.
- Website Address: http://firstaidcalgary.ca
- Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone Number: 587.774.5317
- Main Training Location: 1615 10th ave sw, Calgary, Alberta T3C0J5, Canada
The main training location of Calgary First Aid is located in southwest Calgary, just outside of downtown. Free parking is available within walking distance. Great access to public transit is available with a new light rail transit (C-Train) station directly across the street. For more information check out the map below.
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Calgary First Aid is committed to offering trainees the lowest prices. Rates are inclusive of everything – taxes, certificates, certification fees, and training manuals. Trainees don’t have to worry about additional expenses during training. Other training service providers can’t compare with Calgary First Aid’s offers.
- St Mark James Standard First Aid and CPR – 127.99
- St Mark James Emergency First Aid and CPR – 89.99
- St Mark James Standard Childcare First Aid and CPR – 118.99
- St Mark James Emergency Childcare First Aid and CPR – 89.99
Trainees are also entitled to full refunds if they drop out of a training course, provided a 72-hour notice is given beforehand.
About Calgary First Aid
- Calgary First Aid offers the largest selection of training courses in the Calgary area. CPR training courses are available in three levels, all inclusive of AED training. AEDs (automated external defibrillators) are machines that detect heart rhythms and apply needed shock to the heart.
- The three levels are A, C, and HCP. Level “A” is for adult victims, level “C” is for victims of all ages and level “HCP” is for victims of all ages but with rescue techniques designed for health care providers.
- Once a trainee completes a training course and passes, he or she is awarded a training certificate from St Mark James. The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada and will serve whatever purpose the trainee deems it necessary for.
- Refresher courses for renewal of expiring certificates (must be valid) are available three times per week at either the NW or SE training locations.
- Private classes are also available, usually taken by big groups or trainees or trainees with scheduling problems. You can inquire about private course costs with the information above.
- All classes are taught by St Mark James certified instructors so you’re sure to get the best training possible.
- All training facilities have well-maintained and spacious classrooms equipped with the latest AED trainers and mannequins.
- Calgary First Aid never cancels scheduled lessons.
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Did You Know?
Candidates that register for St Mark James training programs will learn to handle a variety of emergency situations. One popular topic is what do to when someone gets a tooth knocked out? Get the patient to bite down on some sterile gauze, pick up the tooth by the crown, gently rinse it off with some water, put it in some milk (if none is available you can use gauze or a clean cloth with some of the person’s own saliva), and transport the tooth and victim to the dentist.
For more information, take a St Mark James first aid course in Calgary. The material posted here is for information purposes only.