Class Cancellations - Covid-19

As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 situation please know that the safety and wellness of our students, staff, instructors and volunteers are our top priorities. As such, the decision is been made to suspend all Training Centre instructional activities, effective 5pm, Tuesday March 17, 2020. We will monitor this on a daily basis and are reaching out to our students with additional information. Social distancing is essential, and as our First Aid and CPR classes are group gatherings in close quarters, we want to ensure the safety of our instructors and clients. The most important way we can help increase public safety and wellness is by limiting our interactions through our classes. Students may transfer to another class in the future or to our blended online training at no cost. Please contact us at 1-780-482-7863 to speak with one of our customer service representatives.

 

CERTIFICATION CONCESSIONS

In light of current events and the suspension of training caused by the spread of COVID-19, St. John Ambulance, Alberta Council, with authority from Alberta Labour – OHS, will be making concessions on training certification.

Instructor Development Courses

First Aid Instructors help save lives by teaching others valuable first aid knowkedge and skills. Through our Instructor course, instructors complete a comprehensive curriculum including instructional techniques and a specific content related orientation. Candidates are monitored in the classroom before being qualified to instruct unassisted.

Our commitment to quality in the teaching environment means our Instructors regularly participate in workshops and programs designed to maintain current skills and build new areas of expertise. All St John Ambulance Instructors have fulfilled national screening requirements.

Instructor Development Program $600 • 40 HOURS

The IDP Program prepares participants to become nationally qualified St. John Ambulance First Aid and CPR Instructors. This 40-hour course is comprised of three modules: 1) Instructor Development – includes the application of adult learning principles, presentation skills, training strategies, coaching skills, evaluation techniques, and demonstration skills; 2) Administration, Policies & Procedures; and 3) Curriculum Orientation. Min. age: 18 years

Upon successful completion of the course, candidates are required to team -teach and be monitored for certification as a St. John Ambulance Instructor and to qualify for instructor licensing by Alberta Council. The certificate is valid for three years.

Pre-requisites: St. John Ambulance’s Enhanced Standard First Aid certificate, completed within 6 months of course start date. Candidates are also required to provide evidence of a clear criminal record dated within 6 months of application date, prior to registration.


Call 1-800-665-7114 to register by phone

In the middle of my EMR course still, but it's easy to see how solid the instructor is and how good they are at directing a class. Looking forward to the remainder of the class!!

Matt Gourlay

I came across St Johns Ambulance at the Outdoor and Adventure Travel Show and was reminded that it's about time I get recertified!!! 6 years ago I took the training with St Johns and a lot has changed since then. Chris was an amazing instructor! Was very happy with the training 😀

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