Course Outlines

ST. JOHN AMBULANCE Certifications:

   

Emergency First Aid CPR A w/AED (1 day) (8 hr.)

This is a 1 day program that covers the Steps to Emergency Scene Management, and steps to dealing with Medical Conditions, Adult CPR, AED, Choking, Severe Bleed and Amputation injuries, Burns, Eyes Injuries, Head and Spinal, until Medical Help Arrives along with the addition of Mental Health Awareness. (Minimum Age 14) 


CPR w/ AED Level C  (8 hr. All Ages) Level A (4hr. Adult CPR Only) 

This is a 1 day program that covers Steps to Emergency Scene Management, how to Identify a Heart Attack, and Stroke Symptoms Students will be able preform CPR skills to Adults with a level A Certifications or Adult, Child, Infants and 2 rescuer with a level C certification, Choking Protocols and the use of AED for Casualties in Cardiac Arrest. (Minimum age 14) 


CPR Level C w/AED Recertification (4 hr.)

This is a 4 hour refresher for people with a current CPR certificate. Students are expected to review printed materials prior to training and provide a copy of their permanent certificate upon registration. 

(Minimum age 14)


BLS -HCP (8 hr.)

This is an 8 hour program for Health Care Professionals or people who plan to be working in a Health Care field and require the Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers Certification. This course covers CPR, Choking protocols and AED skills for all ages and advanced skills in artificial respiration and use of a bag valve mask. (Minimum Age 16)


BLS- HCP Recertification (4 hr.)

This is a 4 hour refresher program for people with a current BLS-HCP certificate and wish to re-certify their skills (Minimum Age 16) 


Standard First Aid CPR C w/ AED (2 day) (14 hr.)This program is 2 day course that covers the content of Emergency First Aid and additional training in Bon and Joint injuries for both upper and lower limbs, Environmental Injuries, Chest and Abdominal injuries, Minor Wound Care, and Level C CPR Skills for Child, Infant and 2 Rescuer.


Standard First Aid CPR  A or C w/ AED Recertification- classroom ( 8 hr.) 

This program is an 8 hr. challenge of the Standard First Aid & CPR Course content and requires students to demonstrate skills as well as pass the theoretical exam. This program is only open to students with a current Standard First Aid & CPR level A or C CPR certification (Emergency First Aid cannot be challenged) Students must review printed materials prior to training and provide a copy of permanent certificate recognized in Alberta upon registration. Temporary cards or out of province certification not accepted for a list of approved agencies in Alberta please visit: 

https://www.alberta.ca/assets/documents/ohs-approved-first-aid-training-courses.pdf


Standard First Aid CPR w/ AED -Blended Learning (6.5 hrs online + 8 hr. classroom practical)

This program was developed to allow people the flexibility of completing the 6.5 hrs. of theory online and coming into our agency to demonstrate the Standard First Aid & CPR Level C Skills in 1 day session. 

Once you have started the online training you have 90 days to complete the theory and skills session. 

To register please call or email for more information.

Download manual for free on iTunes or Play Store 


Enhanced First Aid CPR w/AED (3 day) (24 hr.)

This comprehensive 3 day course is for those requiring more in-depth first aid training; it is a pre-requisite for the SJA Instructor Development Program.

This course covers all the components in the Standard First Aid Course plus the additional electives included in the Student Reference Guide. AED and CPR certification level C included.


Oxygen Administration (4 hr.) - CPR must be CURRENT  within 6 mos.

The Oxygen Administration course teaches the basics of providing Supplemental Oxygen during respiratory emergencies. Pre-requisite for this class student must have current CPR issued within 6 months. (Minimum Age 16)


ENERGY SAFETY CANADA Certification: 

H2S Alive- a merger of OSSA and Enform in 2018 this program goes through Properties of H2S, Hazard Assessments and Control , Respiratory Protective Equipment, Detection and the Initial Response Strategy. This is an 8 Hour program (minimum age is 16) 


GLOBAL TRAINING CENTRE Certification:

GDII – Ground Disturbance Level II   - (Supervisor Level)-  AGCGA & BCCGA Recognized

6.5 Hours minimum 

This training provides the understanding of the Damage Prevention Process, Legal Requirements and industries best practices in Ground Disturbance. Alberta Common Ground Alliance (ABCGA) and British Columbia Common Ground Alliance (BCCGA) (minimum age for level II is 18) Passing grade 80% cannot have an Oral Exam 


GDI – Ground Disturbance Level I - (Labourers) 

6.5 Hours minimum 

This training provides the understanding of the Damage Prevention Process, Legal Requirements and industries best practices in Ground Disturbance. Alberta Common Ground Alliance (ABCGA) and British Columbia Common Ground Alliance (BCCGA) there is not exam at the end of the day. 


Other In House Courses Offered:

FEHM – Fire Extinguish Hazard Management 

4 hour program (Full PPE needed for outdoor practical)

In association with IRP 18 FEHM goes through classifications of fires, causes of fires, prevention and maintenance of portable extinguishers and use of portable extinguishers.

  

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY

 One Day Course  Instruction includes Occupational Health and Safety Legislation; Employer and Worker Responsibilities; Recognition of a Confined Space; Hazard Identification, Assessment and Control; Gas Detection Equipment; Respiratory Protective Equipment; How to Prepare to Enter a Confined Space; Entry Permit and Checklist; Casualty Management and Classroom Exercises.


CONFINED SPACE LEVEL II WITH RESCUE 

Instruction includes Occupational Health and Safety Legislation; Employer and Worker Responsibilities; Recognition of a Confined Space; Hazard Identification, Assessment and Control; Gas Detection Equipment; Respiratory Protective Equipment; How to Prepare to Enter a Confined Space; Entry Permit and Checklist; Casualty Management and Practical Exercises.  Using proper techniques and equipment learners will simulate confined space entries and rescues. Participants must come prepared with hard hats, steel toed boots, gloves and coveralls. Also, bring the full body harness used at your place of business when possible.


WORKER FALL PROTECTION

6.5 Hours 

This Program focus on training workers on how to recognize fall hazards, how to use equipment correctly to prevent injuries, the importance of fall prevention and the proper measures to be taken by looking at injury and fatality case files. You are trained in the safe work practices and procedures and the most current regulations of our province.


  

INDUSTRIAL GAS TESTING AND DETECTION

4 Hour program

This program is covers the Fundamentals of Gas Testing, Gas Vapor Stratification, LEL and use of Personal Monitors, Portable Monitors, Bump Testing, Detector Pumps and Testing Techniques. 


WHMIS 2015  

1/2 day 

This training is for people who work or will be working in or around Hazard materials like compressed gases, paints, cleaning products, fuels and solvents. It teaches you how to use Safety Data Sheets and labels as well as your rights and responsibilities. Following the GHS protocols. 


TDG- Transportation of Dangerous Goods

1/2 Day  

TDG meets provincial road requirements and includes classification, identification and emergency response planning plus information on bulk transportation of hazardous waste.


H2S AWARENESS-

4 Hours 

Covers properties of H2S and hazards associated to working around it. We discuss the principles of evacuating if there is a release of H2S. Why Respirator Protective Equipment is needed. This is not the H2S Alive program strictly an awareness. 


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