Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to some common concerns you may have regarding CPR and First Aid training.
Industry Standard in Alberta is usually CPR C, which would also be the most recommended CPR course. Yoga Instructors and Personal Trainers as well as some other postitions that require you only to supervise adults will generally only require CPR A.
CPR-HCP is for people who have a job which is termed as a “Health Care Provider” i.e. Nurses, Paramedics and Firefighters to name a few.
If this is for a Job or you are looking at taking a course for a perspective job, please consult with your employer for what they require from you.
Emergency First Aid was changed this year in accordance to OH&S standards, it will also certify you in CPR C and AED and it lasts for 3 years.
Emergency First Aid is a great course to take which gives you procedures to follow immediately when responding to an emergency.
Standard First Aid certifies for 3 years and still includes CPR C and AED training.
Standard First Aid includes all of the training and topics in Emergency First Aid, but it also emphasizes what to do following the “immediate response” that is covered in Emergency First Aid.
For many construction and slightly more hazardous jobs in Alberta, Standard First Aid is the OH&S requirement.
As always, consult with your employer before signing up for a course or contact us.
Everyone. The information learned in these courses are helpful to everyone in any first aid emergency. Know how to protect yourself and loved ones. The majority of first aid emergency do not happen and the work place.
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Discounts will be given when groups are signing up at the same time.