With the reopening of the economy by the Alberta Government, Flatline Safety is pleased to inform you that we are now beginning face to face training sessions.
As part our re-opening strategy, we will begin training those who need to complete the skills portion of the Blended First Aid Program, First Aid Re-certification courses and those with certificate that expired after March 21, 2020 to now.—Full 2 day Standard First Aid programs are being offered in the blended format until the fall of 2020.
If you have completed the Online Theory and require the skills portion only to complete the Blended First Aid course in order to receive your full 3 year certificate please call 403 -571-7655 or Register Online Now. The one day skills only sessions have been scheduled, the upcoming dates are posted on the calendar.
Please review the following information and expectations then contact our office at 403-571-7655 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book your skills day.
All Flatline first aid certificates that have or will come up for renewal from March 16, 2020 to July 31, 2020 are considered valid. Training for these certificates should be booked by June 30, 2020 and training MUST be completed by July 31, 2020 as after that date all certificates will be invalid and not recognized.
Standard First Aid - 2 Day
This program will only be offered in the Blended Standard First Aid format until the fall of 2020.
Theory will be completed online with skills provided in a 1 day classroom setting
This format will minimize the time students will need to be in a group setting environment.
Please contact us 403-571-7655 discuss your training needs or Register Online.
Please check your certificates. -- The class sizes are limited and there will be no certificate expiry extension past July 31, 2020
Flatline will recognize certificates from other agencies, Red Cross, St John, etc. that meet the same criteria as above to complete your training.
We want to be confident that our environment is safe for everyone and that we have the right safety measures and protocols in place. Our approach will be methodical while following all provincial and federal health authority guidance.
As part of these changes, we will open our classrooms to a maximum of 13 participants including the instructor. Throughout our facilities, physical distancing practices will be in place combined with disinfection and health monitoring protocols.
Please keep in mind, that while the economy is re-opening, it does not mean that the threat from the COVID-19 pandemic is over, and we must continue to be vigilant with our protective and preventative measures.
All students will be required to fill out our health questionnaire provided before class begins.
Students are to arrive no more than 15 minutes before the start of class.
Students will be provided PPE for use during their training
All individuals should take steps to allow for physical distancing of two meters throughout the building.
Instructors will be conducting continuous screening during classes and ensure that all equipment and frequently used surfaces are appropriately cleaned and sanitized.
There are hand sanitizing stations throughout the training centre,
All students must wash their hands, prior to entering any classrooms.
Use of the lunchroom area has been strictly limited. There are many restaurants in the area. Students can make use of the take-out and drive-through services.
We kindly ask that anyone who is feeling unwell, has travelled out of the country in the last 14 days, or has been in contact with anyone with COVID-19, to stay home and we will assist you with re-scheduling your course.