Update - Expired First Aid Training Certificates

Expired First Aid Training Certificates Effective September 15, 2020 St. John Ambulance Alberta will no longer honour a grace period for recertification of expired first aid certificates or extended completion period of the blended in-class assessments for certification. Six of our seven St. John Training Centres are now open in the Province. Our Fort McMurray location is currently providing classes in a temporary location due to flood damage to our Training Centre.

 

Resumption of in-class training - Covid-19

St. John Ambulance is pleased to announce our business resumption plan for in-class training. Starting on May 25, 2020, our Edmonton location will be piloting the in-class training in accordance with the policies and guidance from the Province of Alberta. On June 1, we will continue a phased-in approach across our other 6 locations.

First Aid Coverage for Your Event

Well-trained and well-equipped, St. John Ambulance volunteers are at countless public events to give first aid care when emergencies occur. By being there, St. John volunteers are “first on the scene” in the critical minutes until medical assistance arrives.
Please ensure your request is sent in to us with as soon as possible to increase your likelihood of receiving our volunteer services. All effort will be made to ensure our volunteers are available for your community event; however, we operate on a first-come, first-serve policy based on volunteer availability.
Please visit us here to request first aid coverage for your event. A Community Service Coordinator or designate will follow-up on event details and complete other necessary documentation.
Please note:
St. John Ambulance requires advanced notice for events that require first aid coverage (allow 2-8 weeks for processing).
  • We operate on a first come first serve basis.
  • Submission of this form does NOT guarantee first aid coverage. A St. John Ambulance representative will contact you for further details, etc. about your event and your requirements.
Although no fee is charged for first aid coverage, we do welcome donations. Donations assist in the cost-recovery of first aid supplies, transportation, volunteer training requirements and the general operation of our volunteer divisions.

It made me feel lucky to have the life I have and it also made me happy to see that I could make a difference with my skills

Dirk Chisholm

There’s lots of things I like about being a St John Ambulance MFR, especially the fact that I get to volunteer in spurts

Dillen
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