There have been a bunch of stories in the news lately about AED (automatic external defibrillators) use in public spaces saving lives. From young to old, you never know when sudden cardiac arrest may strike. All St. John First Aid courses, such as the ones that we teach at KG Continue reading
Great little video demonstration of infant choking first aid.
First Aiders often have to assist causalities with their medications, including asthma inhalers. So what exactly is in those ‘puffers’ and how does it help in the event of an asthma attack? NOTE: Each casualty will have different medication in their puffers (drugs/dose/delivery) – Only assist a casualty with a Continue reading
What is the Canada-Alberta Job Grant? The Canada-Alberta Job Grant is an employer-driven training program. This means that employers decide on who gets training and what type of training may be needed for new and existing employees. Employers must use a third-party training provider to deliver the formal training either Continue reading
First aid is a great tool for treating injuries and increasing an injured person’s chance of survival. However, it’s important to know what not to do. There are instances when performing bad first aid can be more harmful than helpful. Below is a list of 15 first aid myths that Continue reading
Class information $135 per participant St.John’s Ambulance Accredited The Standard First Aid & CPR Course will enhance your ability to handle life-threatening situations. The course consists of 16 hours; there will be audio visual aids, workbooks and practical exercises included. The course is valid all across Canada. This course includes Continue reading
Class information $100 per participant St. John’s Ambulance Accredited. This one day course provides basic training for immediate life threatening injuries and illnesses. The course consists of 9 hours; there will be audio visual aids, workbooks and practical exercises including a review of the following topics; · Applicable Legislation · Continue reading