We offer private courses to businesses and groups as well as public courses.
A 40-44 hour medical responder course for workplace responders at small to large worksites. Ideal for traditional first responders (fire service, police) and non-traditional first responders (security personnel, lifeguards, etc.)
Includes a complete Standard First Aid curriculum and certification which is recognized by the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board and meets the requirements of regulation 1101. First Responder includes CPR for an adult, child and infant along with easy to learn First Aid skills. Advanced first aid tools are introduced including oral and nasal airways, suction devices, cervical collars, back-boards, Kendricks Extrication Devices, defibrillation and oxygen administration as well as the use of Bag Valve Mask resuscitators. This program also includes an introduction to ambulance operations as well as more advanced anatomy and physiology instruction.
An 80-hour advanced responder program that meets the guidelines of the Canadian Medical Association and the Paramedic Association of Canada’s National Occupational Competency Profile.
Ideally suited for workplace responders in high-risk environments. Participants will develop a strong understanding of the human body in health, illness or injury. Candidates will develop the skills necessary to assess patients, make critical decisions about care, access emergency services and package a patient for transport–thereby minimizing the time required for EMS services to be on-scene.
In some Canadian provinces, an EMR may be employed by ambulance services.
This course is designed as our highest level of emergency medical training. It is ideally suited for worksite medical responders, for occupational nurses who may have to respond to workplace emergency scenes or as an excellent pre-paramedicine program for students with an interest in pursuing paramedic training through a college. This course is based on the US DOT EMT- B Curriculum which is used in most states as the entry-level required to work on an ambulance.
-Patient Assessment System
-Systemic, Localized Thermal Emergencies & Environmental Emergencies
-Shock & Trauma Extremity injuries
-In-depth scenarios with theatrical make-up
and much more…