CPR and breathing emergencies, AED; first aid for bleeding; sudden illness and injury emergency care skills for the occupational first aid provider. The program is intended to be flexible in content and offers adult only CPR or may be combined with infant and child CPR and AED skills to create the standard first aid CPR-A or CPR-C option. The intended audience are persons that are occupational required to have first aid knowledge and skills.
New!!! McLeod Safety now offers Blended eLearning for first aid training. This nationally recognized, and approved, course means participants can complete much of the training online, at their own pace and wherever they want. A great way for organizations to limit training downtime!
Each Blended eLearning course is divided into two sessions. Participants must first complete the self-paced online session and then successfully complete the Part-2 Practical Training session in order to achieve certification.
The online course covers all relevant theory the participant needs to complete before taking the practical training session. Each of the modules will be thoroughly explained with minimal technical terminology and include a helpful, quick review section.
Once completed online students only need additional four hours of practical training and they are done. Normally Standard First Aid will take two whole days; now it’s down to just hours in a class.
Regulations and Guidelines:
Meets provincial, and territorial Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations; Federal Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) Canadian Labor Code; Canadian Occupational Health and Safety (COHS) regulation.
Who Should Attend: The general public, Canadian business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement to be Standard First Aid trained.
Course length: 16 hours
eLearning course length: 3 hours (in-class)
Course Takeaways: Training Certification Card, Student Guide