Airway Programs

Professional Medical Associates, the first Canadian Regional Training Centre, now offers The Difficult Airway Course: EMS for advanced practitioners and Fundamentals of Airway Management for other practitioners.

Current News:

PMA - Airway Programs - Updated: Feb 12, 2016

demoProfessional Medical Associates is an Authorized Training Centre for the Difficult Airway Course for ACP and the Fundamentals of Airway Management Program for BLS providers.

Recent Events:

First Canadian Difficult Airway Course presented

October 14, 2015

demoProfessional Medical Associates, an authorized training centre, offered the first Difficult Airway Course to ACP students in Canada.



Advanced Care Paramedic

ACP (ACP) - Program Overview


Primary Care Paramedic

PCP (PCP) Program Overview


Emergency Medical Responder

EMR Program Overview


Program Dates and Applications

ACP Program (Advanced Care Paramedic) The next ACP program, running out of both our Calgary and St. Albert offices, commenced in July 2022. 

  • Selection for 2022 Calgary and St. Albert programs completed.

  • Selection process closed

Download application package for 2023 programs,  email the office or call the office at (780) 460-8410.

PCP Program (Primary Care Paramedic) Next program commences September 13th for Calgary and September 19 for St. Albert. Selections dates announced. Deadline August 11, 2022.

Other courses in the planning stages, please contact the office for more information or check the web site in a few weeks.

(FMR) First Medical Responder 

Next Calgary program - commences Septemer 7, 2022

Next St. Albert program - commences September 6, 2022  - contact the office for more information.

Download application for Calgary program.  Download application for St. Albert program.


(EMR) Emergency Medical Responder to be announced though there is little interest in the substantial cost difference as most students want to enter PCP and EMR is not required - only FMR - contact the office for more information

Contact the office for future programs.