We are a Canadian Red Cross training partner and offer their First Aid and CPR courses – practical and written testing is included in each course and the course categories include:
This class is for students 11 – 15 years of age who want to learn how to safely babysit infants and young children. The class includes basic safety procedures and avoidance of injury, plus diapering, feeding and games for young children.
The fee of $60.00 per student incudes all taxes, textbook, card of completion and other materials. Courses are typically held at Toronto District Library locations.
This C-CPR course includes adult, child and infant CPR, AED use, signs and symptoms of heart attack and stroke, how to call 911 and emergency scene management. The fee for C-CPR is $45.00 per person.
Healthcare Provider (HCP-C) CPR
This 6 – 8 hour class is designed for people in medicine, nursing and other allied healthcare professions and includes all the “C” CPR content, plus practice in two rescuer CPR, use of the bag valve mask, pulse checking and jaw thrust for spinal injuries.
This 4 hour course is for those who have already taken their CPR training but are in need of renewal. The “A” level course covers adult CPR and choking relief techniques with AED use. The “C” level course includes adult/ child/ infant CPR and choking relief techniques with AED use. Healthcare provider (HCP-C) CPR renewal also includes bag valve mask training, two rescuer CPR, jaw thrust and other techniques for healthcare professionals.
Standard First Aid/"C" CPR
This 16 hour course includes all the content of the Emergency First Aid training, plus head or spinal injuries, bone or joint injuries, heat or cold related injuries and poisons. A First Aid card in Ontario is in effect for three years – at the end of the three years, but before the expiry date on the card, you are allowed to attend a one day Standard First Aid renewal class through the agency that originally trained you. Three years after that time, you must take the full first aid course again.
Emergency First Aid/”A” CPR
This 8 hour course includes emergency scene management, shock symptoms, adult CPR and choking relief techniques, AED use, wounds bandaging practice and sudden illnesses. If “C” CPR is included, the class will include Child and Infant resuscitation techniques and will increase to 9 hours in length. A First Aid card in Ontario is in effect for three years, but there is no renewal class for emergency First Aid, so at the end of the three years you would take the one day course again.
Emergency First Aid/”C” CPR
This 9 hour course includes adult, child and infant CPR and choking relief techniques, plus heart attack/stroke and AED use. The course also covers shock, wound care and sudden illnesses.
Emergency First Aid for Teens
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First Aid Renewal
This course is for people who possess a current Standard First Aid card received within the past three years and who completed the full, two day program the last time that they took the training. Please note that under WSIB requirements you must renew under the First Aid agency that originally trained you and must bring the previous Standard First Aid card to the class.