Get Your WSIB Approved Standard First Aid Recertification – 50% Online and 50% In Class Training – Start Now

Session Overview

Duration: 4 hours online learning PLUS 4- 5 hours in-person teaching time.

Fee: $99.75 Student Fee: $90.75 (inclusive of any applicable taxes)

Certification: 3-year certification in Standard First Aid and CPR Level C  w/AED

This blended (online/in-class) course is a Standard First Aid Recertification course. This blended (online/in-class)  course is taken in place of the in-class Standard First Aid Recertification course.

How a Blended First Aid Course Registration and Course Completion Works?
  1. First you register online for the BLENDED first aid course with the SOS First Aid and select an in-class date for the course. (Date, Time and Location)
  2. Within 2 business days,  you will receive an email from the Red Cross to register/sign-in to your account and you will be invited to begin the online portion of your course.
  3. You will then complete the online course, on the Red Cross site/portal. This online course can be done on your computer at your own pace. This course will cover theoretical information and include a knowledge evaluation/test.  ** This portion of the course needs to be successfully completed BEFORE attending the in-class course.
  4. Lastly, you will then attend your REGISTERED in-class instructor-led portion of the course. The class covers skills development, practice sessions, with knowledge evaluations. The in-class skills session is led by a Certified Red-Cross instructor with SOS First Aid.

In order to obtain a SFA certificate with a BLENDED course, the in-class portion portion of the course must be completed within 45 days of successfully completing the online portion of the course. SOS First Aid offers first aid courses that service the communities of Mississauga, Brampton, Milton, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Ancaster, Stoney Creek and St. Catherines.

This course covers first aid and CPR skills for those who need training due to work or school requirements or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home and in the community. This course meets legislation requirements for provincial/territorial worker safety and insurance boards (i.e. WSIB in Ontario) and includes the most current first aid and CPR guidelines.

Topics include: Preparing to respond, the EMS system, Check, Call, Care, airway emergencies, breathing and circulation emergencies, first aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest, wound care, head, neck and spine injuries, bone, muscle and joint injuries, sudden, medical emergencies, environmental illnesses, and poisons (includes opioid poisoning). For Standard First Aid course details, click on the SFA Fact Sheet.

Certification: WSIB Approved 3-year certification in Standard First Aid with CPR Level C/AED

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