Leadership & First Aid Courses
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Full - Standard First Aid with CPR-C and AED (with the Lifesaving Society)
Standard First Aid provides comprehensive training in all facets of first aid and CPR. This course provides an in-depth understanding of first aid and treatment for medical emergencies such as: heat and cold injuries, bone and joint injuries, abdominal and chest injuries, burns and spinal injuries. Provides knowledge of how the heart works and what goes wrong when defibrillation is required. This course covers: when and how to operate an AED; AED maintenance; data management and the reporting protocols required after an incident in which an AED unit is used.
This qualification is current for 3 years under the WSIB
*Canadian First Aid Manual is required and for purchase at front sales desk on first day of class.
Recert - Standard First Aid with CPR-C and AED (with the Lifesaving Society)
In accordance with WSIB, Current Standard First Aid (SFA) award holders may recertify their Lifesaving Society SFA certification just once on a Lifesaving Society SFA Recertification Course not more than 3 years from the Standard First Aid date of issue. To renew SFA certifications subsequently, award holders must repeat the full SFA Course. Thereafter, individuals may renew by alternating recertifications and original courses.
Holders of Standard First Aid certificates from other agencies may not recertify their certificate on a Lifesaving Society recertification course. They may recertify only with the original certifying agency.
Pre-requisites: Standard First aid and CPR C with the Lifesaving society – full course- less than 3 years from the certification date.
CPR-HCP (Adult, Child & Infant, AR, AED, BVM) covers all aspects of CPR including rescue breathing and the use of AEDs and BVMs. This Health Care Provider (HCP) level is designed specifically for those who as part of the job description as Health Care Providers have a duty to respond to medical emergencies (e.g., doctors, nurses, paramedics, and allied health care professionals).