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First Aid training on campus ‑ upcoming dates
Extended Learning will be offering Emergency First Aid Training sessions with instructor Andy Clarke, of Priority First Aid Nova Scotia. These sessions are open to faculty, staff, and students.
Tuesday, September 26th – Emergency First Aid (9am - 4pm)
Wednesday, October 25th – Emergency First Aid (9am - 4pm)
Thursday, December 7th – Emergency First Aid (9am – 4pm)
Tuesday, January 30th – Emergency First Aid (9am – 4pm)
All sessions will take place in room 254 of Haley Institute with a maximum of 10 people per session. Further dates will be added as needed.
Please note late entrance to sessions will not be permitted, as crucial information is covered within the first half hour of the course. If you arrive late, you may be turned away and instructed to enroll for another offering.
Emergency First Aid - $110 per person
Emergency First Aid: This course is recognized by the Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education. Includes CPR-C certification (Adult, Baby and Child CPR). Emergency First Aid is for people who require a general knowledge of first aid principles and the emergency treatment of injuries. Skills include: victim assessment, rescue breathing, CPR, choking, respiratory emergencies (allergies, hyperventilation and asthma), managing severe bleeding, heart attack and stroke, abdominal injury, burns and facial injuries.
To reserve your spot, contact Linda Rovers, Office Coordinator, Extended Learning, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate your preferred date and include account information if the fees will be covered by your unit or department.
Please note certificates earned through the course are issued by Priority First Aid Nova Scotia, rather than Extended Learning and will be sent in the mail to recipients once processing has been complete.
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