First Aid Training Ontario course content and duration:
Students will learn to recognize, respond and provide care in life-threatening emergencies until first responders arrive. This course gives participants a hands-on approach to learning new life-saving skills. Our First aid training Ontario course is geared towards educating participants about the prevention of emergencies and how to react should one arise.
- Face coverings such as masks or face shields are mandatory and must be worn at all times while inside the building.
- A mandatory infrared temperature reading of the forehead is required. Readings must be less than 37.8 Celsius in order to be permitted into the building and the class.
- Manuals, pen and paper will not be provided in class. Laptops, tablets or phones are permitted for note taking purposes only. Power supply is not available.
- There is no lunchroom, fridge or microwave available. You are permitted to eat in the classroom or outside the building during breaks.
- All other covid-19 provincial and municipal by-law requirements apply.
This two-day, 16-hour course covers all the skills in emergency first aid and first aid.
Participants will gain knowledge in the following areas:
- Disease management and biohazards
- The Emergency Medical Services system
- Scene management
- Head, spine and pelvic injuries
- Management of bleeding management and shock
- Cardiovascular emergencies
- Sudden medical conditions
- Airway and breathing emergencies
- CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)
- AED (automated external defibrillator)
- Secondary surveys
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Poisons, substance abuse and misuse
- Environmental injuries and illnesses
- Be 18 years or older at the time of registration