Mississauga, Canada, December 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The company’s courses are designed to provide child care workers with a comprehensive understanding on the optimal techniques for cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillation (AED). Each course is taught by a specialist with hands-on first aid experience using innovative training tools and clear, concise communication.
The latest guidelines from the Ontario government state that workers within the childcare field must be certified through an accredited certification body. Businesses employing workers without this level of certification could face fines or even closure. It’s therefore important that leading child care organizations work with training companies to ensure their workers have the requisite expertise to respond to emergency first aid scenarios. As a trusted specialist within the training field, the experts at Firstaidcertification.ca are now offering childcare companies access to a comprehensive array of Red Cross first aid training courses in Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville and Burlington.
Firstaidcertification.ca has recently added their Emergency First Aid CPR-C with AED course to their growing course catalogue. Through this comprehensive training program, students will learn basic first aid knowledge and hone their techniques for responding to deadly bleeding. Another important element of this program is teaching students how to respond quickly and effectively to emergency situations in which a child or co-worker might be in danger.
Within the Emergency First AID CPR-C with AED course, Firstaidcertification.ca provides students access to the latest care equipment used by firefighters and medical professionals across the country. Students will learn the correct techniques for safely using automated external defibrillators, and will be taught on the optimal techniques for CPR success. The course will be led by a qualified emergency response professional with proven experience in using first aid within real-life scenarios.
It’s the hands-on course child care workers across the region require to improve their understanding of first aid. To learn more on the selection of courses offered through the Firstaidcertification.ca catalogue, please contact their offices directly or visit their business website at www.firstaidcertification.ca.