Professional Medic Training & Events Ltd. (PMTE) is a Training Partner for the Canadian Red Cross. Our instructors keep up to date with their training in order to provide top quality instruction for our programs.
We offer courses in-class as well as in the blended delivery format at a variety of locations throughout Alberta, with our main locations in the Calgary, Langdon, Chestermere, Strathmore, & Okotoks areas. Our courses are offered in-house or at outside businesses for groups looking to book an instructor. Simply complete our "Contact Us" form to connect with us.
Did you know...
• Less than half (49 %) of Canadians are confident in their ability to perform CPR on someone who isn’t breathing or unconscious. • Although the majority believe they are obligated to perform CPR on someone in need, more Canadians are concerned about their skills and legal ramifications, than they are confident in their ability to administer CPR. • 56 % of Canadians who are not confident in their skills are worried they could potentially hurt someone by administering CPR. o 53 % of Canadians who are not confident in their skills are worried about legal repercussions they could face by performing CPR on someone. • Only 1 in 5 Canadians have taken a First Aid/CPR course in the past three years. • Canadians who have taken a course in the past three years are more than twice as likely to feel confident administering CPR, compared to those who have not. • Canadians are far less likely to believe they may hurt someone while performing CPR if they are confident in their ability to do so. • Nine in ten Canadians would feel more confident administering CPR if they attended a course. • 83 % of Canadians believe they are obligated to perform bystander CPR to someone in need. • Taking a Red Cross CPR/AED course will teach you the skills you need to feel confident in your ability to step in and help someone in a medical emergency. With skills comes the confidence to save a life.
(All findings based on an Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of the Canadian Red Cross from October 3-7, 2014. A sample of 1,010 adults from Ipsos’ Canadian online panel was interviewed online.)