Individuals looking to get workplace and academic approved first aid and CPR certificates can get trained and certified with Saskatoon First Aid. This basic and advanced provider of provincially approved certification courses has been offering courses in Saskatoon since 2008. The most popular, provincially approved first aid and CPR course is standard first aid. This course include CPR and AED certification and provide participants with a significant amount of hands-on training using mannequins and volunteers. Candidates will learn about managing emergencies such as heart attacks, seizures, poisoning, strokes, choking and other sudden medical emergencies. Take a first aid and / or CPR course in Saskatoon and get certified for the workplace.
Registration for on-line training programs, food handling, and workplace approved first aid and CPR courses here. Clicking the link will bring you to the website to provide you with 24/7 on-line registration and other contact information.
Trainees are encouraged to e-mail, call, or walk-in during business hours in any of the training centres for enrolment as well.
- Email Address: [email protected]courses.ca
- Website Address: www.firstaidsaskatoon.ca
First Aid and CPR Course Costs
Saskatoon First Aid proudly offers the lowest prices for Saskatchewan and workplace approved first aid and CPR certification courses. Course rates vary from 45 dollars to 133 dollars based on the level of the training course enrolled. Re-certification courses, which are shorter than the original course, are significantly cheaper than the full course.
Should a trainee drop out of a class, he or she is entitled to a full refund, provided a 72-hour notice was given beforehand. A no pressure policy is also available which states that participants may re-take a course at no additional cost if they do not successfully complete, but attend, the course the first time.
St Mark James training certificates are awarded to trainees who are able to pass and complete their enrolled training course. The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada. The following courses provide workplace approved certification:
- Standard First Aid, CPR level ‘A’, ‘C’ or ‘HCP’ and AED (Re-Certification courses are available)
- Standard Childcare First Aid, CPR level “C” or “B” and AED (Re-Certification courses are available)
- CPR level “C” or “HCP” and AED (Re-Certification courses are available)
Participants that have expiring standard, childcare, CPR level “C” or “HCP” awards can attend first aid re-certification courses to renew expiring awards. A set of prerequisites must be met in order for participants to be eligible to attend a re-certification course.
Awards are valid throughout Canada for 3 Years. All courses include AED training.
CPR Training programs
Many individuals require CPR and AED certification for academic or workplace purposes. The following course are available as stand-alone CPR and AED training in Saskatoon:
- CPR level ‘A’ – This course teaches basic adult rescue techniques
- CPR level ‘C’ – Equivalent to level ‘A’, but participants learn rescue techniques for victims of all ages.
- CPR level ‘HCP’ – Equivalent to level ‘C’, but participants learn advanced rescue techniques designed for health care providers.
Private First Aid and CPR Classes in Saskatoon
Private first aid and CPR courses are available to groups, businesses and companies. These course can be added to our open classes can be provided in a private format at the training centre or an instructor can come to your facility. Prices vary depending on the course and number of participants. To book a private course or for more information please email at [email protected]
Did You Know?
After the return of spontaneous circulation and normal breathing after cardiopulmonary resuscitation, a person is placed into a recovery position while waiting for medical help. The victim is turn to his or her side – the unaffected side if the victim has an injury – with one arm above the head and one knee bent. This will prevent any aspiration in case of vomiting and promotes good circulation and respiration.
more about emergency situations, enrol in a training class with Saskatoon First Aid.