Saskatoon First Aid is the largest and most popular workplace approved provider of high quality first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillation (AED) training in Saskatoon. This training partner has been offering St Mark James first aid certification programs since 2008. Register for popular courses such as standard, emergency and childcare first aid. Training varies in length from 4 hours to two days. CPR and AED “only” training is also available. Participants can also register for workplace safety programs such as WHMIS, TDG, fire safety, confined space entry, food handling, H2S alive and more. Customers prefer this provider over any other because of the large volume of available courses, the lowest prices and the experienced / fun teachers. Amazing customer reviews are posted rating this provider as one of the top training providers in Saskatchewan. To register for a workplace safety, CPR, AED, Food Safety or first aid course in Saskatoon use the available contact information posted below.
Once you’ve chosen a course from the course list at the Saskatoon First Aid website, you can use the application form on the same page to register for your training course or class. You may also use this website’s registration form to sign up for a course.
Saskatoon First Aid Contact Information
To contact this provider via email, chat, telephone or through the website use the following contact information:
- Telephone: 1-888-870-7002
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.firstaidsaskatoon.ca
Telephone registration is available from 7 am to 7 pm Monday through to Sunday. On-line registration for courses is available 24 hours a day.
Available CPR Courses
A number of CPR Courses are available with this provider including:
- CPR level ‘A’ – CPR rescues for adult victims
- CPR level ‘C’ – Encompasses level ‘A’ but adds child and infant rescues
- CPR level ‘HCP’ – Encompasses both level ‘A’ and ‘C’ but adds additional components for health care workers such as pulse checks and training in the use of bag-valve masks
- Basic Life Support – This course is designed for health care providers. It is a 4 hour course.
- Advanced Life Support – Two courses are available such as PALS and ACLS. They are two day courses for advanced health care workers that work in critical care units, crash cart units and intensive care units.
To register for any of the above mentioned courses use the contact information posted above.
Trainees are introduced to the latest Basic Life Support (BLS) guidelines by the American Heart Association. The 2010 BLS guidelines highlight the updated techniques and pathways in rescuing victims of cardiac arrest. Recent studies have shown that starting chest compressions within the first 3-5 minutes after the collapse of a victim increase their survival rates. This has lead to the change from A-B-C (airway, breathing, circulation) to C-A-B.
Available First Aid Courses
A number of different first aid classes are available in Saskatoon including:
- Standard first aid and CPR
- Emergency first aid and CPR
- Childcare first aid and CPR
- Advanced first aid
- First Responder
- Babysitting training
- Marine first aid
Other Courses Available
The following courses are also available in Saskatoon:
- H2S Alive
- Confined Space Entry
- Fire Safety
- Food Handling
- Food Safety
- Private Infant CPR
Private classes are available for groups of almost any size. Use the contact information to receive a quote for training at your facility or the Saskatoon First Aid training centre.
Course enrolment fees are the lowest in the area, with initial fees inclusive of taxes, certificates, St Mark James registration fees, training manuals, and equipment. Full refunds are given to students who provide a 72-hour notice prior to dropping out.
St Mark James certification
As soon as a trainee complete a training course, he or she is awarded a St Mark James training certificate, valid for three years throughout Canada. Refresher courses for expiring or near-expiry certificates are available at with this provider.
Instructors and Facilities
All courses are overseen by St Mark James and taught by St Mark James certified instructors. The courses are taught in high-end training centres with spacious classrooms equipped with the latest training technology in first aid, CPR, and AED.
Did You Know?
First aid treatment for cuts
- The most important step is to wash your hands with soap and water or use sanitizer.
- If available, use disposable gloves.
- Clean the cut with soap and water.
- If the cut is bleeding, use a clean piece of cloth or gauze and put light pressure on the cut.
- Clean the wound with antiseptic or iodine. Cover cut with antibiotic cream.
- Place clean gauze over the wound.
- Elevate affected area above the heart.
- Change dressing as needed.
Learn more from a training program at Saskatoon First Aid today.