This five-hour Lifesaving Society advanced first aid module will teach participants about barrier devices, oral airways, VVAC suctioning and oxygen delivery.
This course builds on the skills taught in Bronze Medallion. It is a prerequisite for all advanced Lifesaving Society programs, including the National Lifeguard award.
The Lifesaving Society's Bronze Medallion Award teaches an understanding of lifesaving principles.
This is a combined course. Candidates will earn either Bronze Medallion or Bronze Cross along with Emergency First Aid.
For swimmers that have completed their 'Learn to Swim' levels and wish to begin 'Lifesaving' courses.
CPR-C (Adult, Child & Infant) covers all aspects of CPR skills and theory for adult, child and infants, including two-rescuer CPR skills. CPR-C includes the importance of early def...
Annual retraining is recommended to remain certified as a Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) provider and may be required by some employers.
The National Lifeguard certification is valid two years from the date of certification. Candidates must renew every two years.
This screening will assess applicants first aid and lifeguarding skills specific to UofT.
This course is a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) recertification.
This course is a recertification course for Standard First Aid and CPR-C.
Candidates will learn various lifesaving techniques including CPR and choking procedures for adults, children and infants, AED use, and treatments for various medical conditions.
The Ministries of Labour and Health recognize this full course in Standard Level First Aid & CPR-C as a certification for workplace requirements.
Candidates will learn various lifesaving techniques including CPR and choking procedures for adults, children and infants as well as the use of the AED and treatments for various m...
This course is designed to update candidates with any changes to the first aid or CPR protocol and allow them the opportunity to demonstrate treatment of various medical emergencie...