EMS Cadets - Training Youth… for Life!

Who We Are

  The EMS Cadets are a group of youth aged 15 to 18 who have an interest in the Emergency Medical Services. Working alongside industry professionals these youth develop an understanding of what it takes to be a member of the Emergency Medical Service.

Youth receive free training from industry professionals working in the field.

Our Training

Members are initially trained to a Standard First Aid level and through weekly meetings and additional training they can achieve their Advanced First Aid certificate.

In Basic training members learn how to perform a pre-hospital patient assessment, Healthcare Provider CPR w/ AED, and the skills necessary to assist a person with life threatening conditions such as choking, severe bleeding and cardiac arrest.  This training meets or exceeds the Alberta requirements for Standard First Aid.  Cadets follow the medical control guidelines established by Alberta Health Services.

Alberta Health Services Standard First Aid Medical Control Guidelines

In Advanced training members will build on the skills learned in the previous training and further expand their knowledge base in anatomy and physiology, advanced pre-hospital patient assessments, testing blood glucose levels and symptom relief medications.  Upon completion of the training candidates will receive a certificate in Advanced First Aid from our national training partner.

The EMS Cadets is an interdependently owned and operated non-profit association in the province of Alberta. The EMS Cadets Parents Council is a registered Canadian charity #848595641

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