First Aid and CPR Certification in Edmonton

The number one location in Edmonton first aid and CPR certification is Edmonton First Aid. This St Mark James Training and Supplies provider has been offering OH&S approved first aid and CPR training since 2010. Learn to manage cardiac arrest, unconsciousness, burns, seizures, broken bones, angina, choking and other serious medical emergencies by enrolling in either standard, childcare or emergency first aid. All courses provide successful participants with OH&S approved certificates that meet workplace requirements and are valid for 3 years. Registration for any course can be completed at any time on-line or participants can call in (use the contact information found below) and also email. Customer service representatives are available from 8 am to 8 pm everyday to help with registration. No other provider in Edmonton offers lower prices, more experienced instructors and convenient locations for first aid certification programs.

Click here to visit the Edmonton First Aid website for a full list of available classes, rates, and schedules. Trainees can complete their registration by filling out the registration form below or on the Edmonton First Aid website.

Edmonton First Aid Contact Information

For additional information, you can reach Edmonton First Aid’s website with the following details.

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  • Telephone: 780-809-0829
  • Email:
  • South Edmonton Training Address: Suite 200 7915 – 104 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 6M6
  • North Edmonton Training Address: Suite 202 11823 114 ave NW Edmonton T5G 2Y6

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    More information about training locations can be found below.

    South Training Facility Location

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    This training facility is located just south of Whyte Avenue nearby the Hospital and university. Parking and access to transit are available. This facility is open 7 days a week with courses offered as late as 5 pm. This training provider offers training to South Edmonton residence including people in Strathcona, Ritchie, Queen Alexandra, Downtown and South Commons. Lots of options for food are available during breaks.

    North Training Location

    The north training centre is located in North Central Edmonton, just south of Kingsway and Yellowhead Highway. With it’s very close proximity to Kingsway it has plenty of options regarding public transit. The office also boasts plenty of on-site parking for individuals driving to the location. Nearby schools it proudly offers courses to include NAIT, MacEwan and NorQuest. It proudly serves the neighbourhoods of Downtown Edmonton, Alberta Avenue, Edmonton Northlands, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Inglewood, Glenora, Woodcroft, St Alberts and Prince Rupert. For more information about the location please view the map below.

    About Edmonton First Aid

    Edmonton First Aid has the largest selection of available training courses.

    Three main courses are available for participants that work in Edmonton. The most popular course is standard first aid which meets OH&S requirements and comes standard with CPR level “C” (CPR for adult, child and pediatric patients) but participants may opt for level’s “A” or “HCP” to partner with the course. This is a two-day course. Re-certification training is available for participants with current SFA awards. Re-certification takes 8 hours to complete and cost half as much as the full course.

    Emergency first aid is a one day course that requires 8 hours to complete. This course comes either with CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP”. This course also meets workplace requirements for many individuals. Re-certifications are not available for this course.

    Standard childcare first aid is a course that many individuals that work in the childcare or daycare industry may be required to take. This course provides participants with OH&S approved certification and adds additional components such as fever’s, child birth and shaking baby syndrome to the curriculum. This is a two day course that is very similar to standard first aid. CPR level “C” comes standard with this program. Re-certifications are available for this course.

    Private Courses

    Groups, businesses and companies may opt for private courses which may be lower in price and more convenient. Private programs may be held at the Edmonton First Aid training centre in Old Strathcona or a trained instructors can come to your facility if space requirements are met. Contact this provider via email at to inquire about a private course.

    Workplace Approved certification is quick and hassle-free.

    Workplace approved (OH&S approved) training certificates are awarded to trainees who are able to complete a training program. The certificate is valid for three years throughout Canada and will meet whatever purpose the trainee needs it for.

    What Courses Are Available?

    Edmonton First Aid offers the cheapest enrolment fees compared to other training service providers. Rates are inclusive of taxes, certification fees, and use of training manuals and equipment. Trainees don’t have to worry about additional expenses. Check out the price list of popular courses below:

    • Alberta OH&S Approved Standard First Aid with CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” with AED – 132.99 (Re-Certifications – 89.99)
    • Alberta OH&S Approved Emergency First Aid with CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP” with AED – 89.99
    • Alberta OH&S Approved Standard Childcare with CPR level “B” and AED – 134.99 (Re-Certifications – 79.99)

    Full refunds are entitled to trainees who drop out, provided a 72-hour notice is given beforehand.

    Who Is Required to Have First Aid Training?

    The following employment types may be required to have first aid certification.

    • Canadian Border Service Agents (CBSA)
    • Police Officers
    • Security Guards
    • Teachers
    • Lifeguards
    • Fitness Centre Employees
    • Government Workers
    • Coaches
    • Miners
    • Oil and Gas Workers
    • Chiropractors
    • Medical School Students
    • Nurses
    • Physiotherapists
    • Massage Therapists
    • Dentists
    • Dental Assistants
    • Construction Workers
    • First Aid Attendants
    • Caregivers
    • Childcare / Daycare Workers
    • Site Managers
    • Office Workers
    • Restaurant Managers
    • Steel Workers

    This list is a sample of employees that may be required to have certification in first aid.

    Other Courses That Are Available in Edmonton

    Participants are not limited to only first aid training in Edmonton. The following courses are also available with this provider

    • Edmonton First Aid Classroom
      Edmonton First Aid Classroom

      Pet First Aid and CPR

    • Babysitting Training
    • Basic Life Support (BLS)
    • WHMIS Training (On-Line)
    • TDG Training (On-Line)
    • H2S Alive Training
    • Food Safety Certification

    All registration can be completed using the contact information provided above.

    Classes are held in high-end training facilities throughout Edmonton.

    Edmonton First Aid training facilities are easily accessible, within walking distance to public transportation, free parking, and restaurants. The classrooms are spacious and well-maintained, outfitted with the latest training equipment.

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    Enrol in a training course today!