Customers that are seeking low priced, high quality and nationally recognized first aid and CPR certificates in Saskatoon should take courses with Saskatoon First Aid. This provider has been a popular Saskatchewan workplace approved training provider in Saskatoon for the last 5 years. All certificates provided by this training provider meet workplace requirements and staff are friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable. Prices are the lowest in Saskatoon and facilities are clean and conveniently located. The most popular course provided is a two-day course known as standard first aid. This class includes CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” (health care provider CPR) certification as well as automated external defibrillator (AED) training. Registration is quick and easy and can be completed using a variety of methods posted below. Learn the latest CPR and first aid rescue techniques and get certified by taking St Mark James Canadian first aid courses in Saskatoon with this popular provider.
Friendly customer service representatives are available to answer your questions and help with registration. To contact them use the following details:
- Website: http://firstaidsaskatoon.ca
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 1-888-870-7002 (Toll Free)
Trainees can complete their enrolment and registration to a training course at the Saskatoon First Aid website. The website features a complete list of available classes and schedules as well as an on-line registration form. Trainees are also encouraged to send an e-mail, give a call, or walk-in during business hours at any of the training centres in Saskatoon.
All training courses are offered at the cheapest rates in the Saskatoon area. Rates include taxes, certification fees, and training manuals and equipment. Trainees are assured of no additional expenses during the training period. Freebies such as pocket mask keychains are given to trainees as bonus.
Should a trainee drop out of an enrolled course, he or she is entitled to a full refund, provided a 72-hour notice is given prior to dropping out.
The following popular first aid and / or CPR courses are available:
- Standard first aid (two day course)
- Standard childcare first aid (two day course)
- Emergency first aid
- CPR level “A”
- CPR level “C”
- CPR level “HCP”
- Basic Life Support (BLS)
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
Safety Courses Provided Include:
- Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS)
- Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG)
- Fire Safety
Other Courses Provided
- Mask Fitting
- Food Handling / Safety Certification
To register for any of the above mentioned courses use the contact information provided above.
Services Provided in Saskatoon
This provider also provides a number of other services including:
- First Aid Consulting
- First Aid Attendant Rentals
- Supplies, Equipment and Kit Re-Stocking
- On-Line Staff Safety Training
For more information about these service use the contact information posted.
Do you have a group, company or business that needs first aid certification? This Saskatoon provider offers group rates for private classes for varying courses. Use the contact information provided above to book a first aid or safety course at your facility or at the training centre located centrally in Saskatoon.
Facilities and Instructors
All classes are taught by St Mark James certified instructors in high end training facilities in Saskatoon. The classrooms are spacious and well-maintained, and outfitted with the latest training equipment for first aid and CPR training.
Did You Know?
Ventilation with Bag and Mask
In a CPR HCP training program for health care providers, trainees learn how to use bag valve masks or “ambu” bags. These have two parts: the mask that fits over the mouth, and the bag used to pump air into the lungs. When performing CPR in a hospital setting, rescue breaths are given using these BVMs. For people who are breathing through a tracheostomy, the mask can be detached and the bag attached to the tracheostomy tube. When automated external defibrillation (AED) is being done, the bag is removed and the oxygen turn off to prevent any sparks and fire.
Learn the most effective skills on how to use a bag-valve mask by enrolling in St Mark James Canadian standard first aid and CPR level “HCP” courses in Saskatoon today!