First Aid Re-Certification in Red Deer

Red Deer First Aid stands out as the leading provider of Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) approved first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification and recertification courses. This experienced and popular provider has been offering workplace and academic-approved certification courses in Red Deer since 2008. Participants may register for a wide range of courses including OH&S-approved standard first aid, childcare first aid, food safety certification, fire safety, WHMIS, TDG, babysitting first aid, H2S Alive, and many more. Course prices are the lowest in Alberta and participants will attend a conveniently located training center that provides free parking and a comfortable learning atmosphere. Read through this page to find more information about this provider, what it offers and how to register.

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First Aid Re-Certification in Red Deer

To contact this provider use the following details:

We also have an online registration form on this page. To view, it scrolls to the bottom or clicks the link below.

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Why Register With This Provider?

Here are the top 10 reasons to register with this first aid, CPR, and safety training provider:

  1. Nobody beats the low prices offered by this provider
  2. Certification meets Alberta OH&S requirements
  3. Renewal courses are available multiple times per week
  4. Private classes are available for groups of almost any size. They can be hosted at the training facility or, if space allows, can be held at your facility
  5. Participants who request refunds can get a full refund as long as it is prior to 72 hours of the course
  6. A no-pressure policy states that if a participant who attends and does not complete the course the first time can re-take the course at no extra cost
  7. Facilities are clean, well maintained, and conveniently located
  8. Registration is available via telephone, chat, email, or online. CSRs are available to take your call anywhere from 8 am to 6 pm Monday to Sunday
  9. A high volume of provided courses ensures that you’ll be able to find a class that meets your schedule
  10. Classes are never canceled.

What Courses Are Available?

The following courses are available with this provider

  • Alberta OH&S approved standard, emergency, and childcare first aid and CPR
  • Contacting EMS during an emergency
    Contacting EMS during an emergency

    CPR and AED-only courses

  • Food Safety Certification
  • Pet First Aid
  • Babysitting Training
  • Fire Safety
  • MSDS Training
  • WHMIS Training
  • EMIR
  • First Responder

To find the schedule of the above-mentioned courses uses the contact information provided above.

Who Takes First Aid Training in Red Deer?

Many people in Alberta are required to be certified in first aid and/or CPR. Here’s a list of some of the employee types that need this training/certification

  • CBSA Agents
  • Police Officers
  • Security Guards
  • Life-guards
  • Fire-fighters
  • Government Employees
  • First Aid attendants
  • Oil Workers
  • Gas Workers
  • Miners
  • Heavy Industry Workers
  • Public Transit Operators
  • Health Care Professionals
  • Massage Therapists
  • Dentists
  • Nurses
  • Medical School Students
  • Students
  • Fitness Workers
  • Teachers
  • Caregivers
  • Daycare workers

Find a course that works for you by visiting the Red Deer First Aid website. Did You Know? The human heart has four chambers: two aortas and two ventricles. The right atrium takes unoxygenated blood from the body and pumps it to the right ventricle. The right ventricle then sends the blood to the pulmonary artery and to the lungs. After the blood gets filled with oxygen, the lungs send it through the pulmonary vein and into the left atrium. The left atrium then pumps blood to the left ventricle which then pumps it through the aorta and to different parts of the body. If any of these chambers fail, it can cause heart failure and cardiac arrest.

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