Duration: self-paced online component / 5 - 6 hrs In-class
(Flexible scheduling options)
Cost: $119 + HST
Recertify your Standard First Aid (SFA) by registering for an Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Approved blended-learning course! You can even recertify your soon-to-expire SFA that you took in class somewhere else!
By blended-learning we mean, there is an online component and a classroom component. The online component, which includes links to information and videos, will familiarize you with the content and knowledge aspects of the course. The classroom component, which is required, focuses on application, practice, and skills. Your classroom compoment will conclude with a written knowledge evaluation which summarizes both your online and in class training.
The content and activities will help participants identify and respond to potentially hazardous conditions, recognize emergencies and make appropriate decisions for first aid care. The blended learning courses are designed to be flexible to meet the various needs of course participants.
Participants must first complete the self-paced online component, which includes the written knowledge evaluations, and then successfully complete and instructor-led classroom component (skills practice and evaluation session) in order to achieve certification. Participants' should complete the classroom component within six weeks of completing the online component. If a participant does not attend a classroom sessions with this time frame, they are required to retake the online component before being admitted into the classroom.
100% attendance, skills demonstration, and 75% min. passing grade on written quiz
3-year recertification in Standard First Aid, CPR Level C and AED
Meets Provincial Occupational Health & Safety Regulations
5-6 hours; includes CPR Level C
- Preparing to Respond
- Emergency Medical System
- Heart attack & stroke prevention, recognition, and first aid treatment
- Defibrillation (AED) certification included
- How to help an adult, child and baby who is choking
- When and how to provide CPR for adults, children and babies
- Adult/Child - 2 rescuer CPR
- Severe allergic reactions (Anaphylactic Shock)
- Asthma, hyperventilation, chest injuries
- Shock & bleeding (also includes minor cuts, scrapes, bruises, amputations, impaled objects and bleeding nose)
- Secondary Survey
- Head & spinal injuries
- Muscle, bone & joint injuries
- Burns (Heat, Chemical, Electrical and Sun)
- Diabetic emergencies
- Seizures (Convulsions)
- Heat Cramps, Heat Exhaustion and Heart Stroke
- Hypothermia and frostbite
- Emergency child birth