Emergency First Aid Courses in Saskatoon

Emergency and Standard First Aid in Saskatoon

Emergency and Standard First Aid in Saskatoon

Saskatoon First Aid has become the leader in certification programs for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), automated external defibrillation (AED), and first aid for the past four years. The large selection of offered classes, flexible scheduling, St Mark James certified instructors, and high-end training centres for the lowest rates in Saskatoon have made trainees flock to this popular training service provider. The most popular two-day course offered in Saskatoon is standard first aid which comes with either CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” and AED certification. To register for a emergency or standard first aid course in Saskatoon with this provider use the contact information posted below.

Hassle-free registration

AED trainer with adult pads

AED trainer with adult pads

A complete list of classes, schedules, and rates can be found on the Saskatoon First Aid website. Once you’ve chosen your desired training course, an application form can also be found on the website. Just fill out the form, send an e-mail, or call to complete your enrolment.

Use the following details to register for a emergency or standard first aid course in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan:

Walk-ins during business hours in any of the training centres are highly encouraged by the Saskatoon First Aid staff.

Affordable rates

Lecture room

Lecture room

All classes are offered at the lowest course rates in Saskatoon. Other training providers can’t compare with Saskatoon First Aid. Course rates are inclusive of everything – taxes, certificates, St Mark James registration fees, and use of training manuals and equipment.

Full refunds are given to trainees who drop out and provide a 72-hour notice beforehand.

Large selection of classes

Saskatoon First Aid offers trainees full courses, stand-alone classes, private classes, and refresher courses for enrolment – the largest selection in the area. All classes are certification programs by St Mark James so trainees who are able to complete a class are awarded a St Mark James training certificate, valid for three years throughout Canada for whatever purpose it may suit the trainee.

There are three categories for CPR and AED training: A, C, and HCP. Each category is targeted at a specific student group such as first time trainees (A and C) and health care providers (HCP).

Refresher courses for the renewal / re-cert of expiring certificates are available twice a week. Private courses are usually offered to big groups of trainees, companies, or trainees with scheduling problems.

High-end facilities

Saskatoon First Aid has several training centres around Saskatoon. All centres are equipped with the latest training equipment, with spacious and well-maintained classrooms. The training centres are also easily accessible, within walking distance to public transportation and free parking.

Start your training today with the lesson below.

Did You Know?

Contacting EMS during an emergency

Contacting EMS during an emergency

First aid for dehydration due to diarrhea

Dehydration can happen in extremely hot temperatures or after strenuous activities like exercise. However, the most common cause of dehydration is vomiting and diarrhea.

  • For an adult victim, give clear fluid such as juice, soda, sports drinks, or broth. Avoid dairy, alcohol, apple juice, and drinks with caffeine for at least 3-5 days until diarrhea subsides.
  • For child and infant victims, give oral rehydration solution which you can get from the drug store. You can also make the solution at home with 1 liter of water, 8 teaspoons of sugar, and 1 teaspoon if salt. Give 1 glass every four hours.
  • Adjust fluid intake as necessary.

Learn more about first aid in a first aid training course. Sign-up for a course with Saskatoon First Aid today!