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.

Donate to St. John Ambulance and Make a Difference Today

When you donate to St. John Ambulance you are helping our highly skilled volunteers contribute over 24,000 hours of community service to Albertans each year. This in turn makes for safer outcomes for Albertans of all walks of life. St. John Ambulance is often behind the scenes at many events throughout Alberta, 758 in fact. Our highly skilled volunteers are there to make sure you can enjoy these events and be taken care of in the event of an injury. St. John Ambulance is one of Canada’s oldest charitable organizations. In most cases, we do not receive any federal government funding; therefore, it is through the generosity of donors that we are able to provide community services and programs throughout Alberta. From infrastructure to equipment, to volunteer training there are many ways your donation can make a difference. With your support, donate to St. John Ambulance and you can help us to continue saving lives at work, home and play.

Some of the reasons you may want to donate to St. John Ambulance

St John Ambulance Alberta Community Services:

  • >600 Volunteers provided >24,000 volunteer hours
  • >800 Volunteer First Aid events were covered
  • >60 Therapy dog volunteers conducted >500 Therapy Dog visits
  • 14 Child Seat Technician Volunteers
  • >30 Vehicle orientation sessions
  • >210 people trained in proper child car seat installation
  • 2012 Calgary Foundation grant to increase program capacity in Calgary
  • Domestic and international volunteerism with disaster services
    mobilized for the Slave Lake fire,  Pine Lake tornado,  2005
    flooding in southern Alberta and Disaster Alley (annually). We are partnered with the City of Calgary for flood relief

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