PICKERING, ON--(Marketwired - August 30, 2016) - Lifesaver 101 First Aid & CPR Training Inc. (www.lifesaver101.com), a company that provides courses in Standard and Emergency First Aid, CPR certification and Automated External Defibrillation training reminds post-secondary school students to ensure that they have completed all necessary First Aid and CPR training before heading back to school in September. For many college and university academic programs it is mandatory that students have all necessary certifications before they start class.
"There are a surprising number of academic post-secondary courses that require at least some type of first aid certification," says Sean Wyers, Owner of Lifesaver 101. "Nursing, Personal Support Worker (PSW) and Dental Hygiene programs are ones that you would expect would have prerequisite first aid training requirements. However, many might not suspect that programs like Radiology, Early Childhood Education and Massage Therapy, to name a few, also have First Aid and CPR training requirements that are mandatory to obtain before classes begin. Often, if a student doesn't have the required certificate, they will be prevented from taking part in their program until they do."
"First-year students generally need to have Standard First Aid & CPR Level C + AED. We offer this program at all of our Ontario Lifesaver 101 training centres. Some programs, such as Nursing, require a higher level of CPR certification. Instead of CPR Level C, many nursing students require an upgrade to Health Care Provider (HCP) Level CPR. Our centres can provide this upgrade upon request at no addition charge. In addition to the Standard First Aid course, many academic programs require annual CPR Level C or HCP recertification. This is available to students at our training centres for a special student rate of $40 including HST. Once again, if the student requires an upgrade to the Health Care Provider (HCP) Level CPR, we can provide this at no addition charge. The student just has to let us know when they register for their course." explains Wyers.
"It's important for students to know their course requirements, especially what level of First Aid and CPR training they need, and to get it before their college or university program starts. Missing the first week or two of classes because they have failed to submit the necessary certification could spell disaster for their academic year. The good news is there is still time to take all Standard First Aid & CPR Level classes before school begins in September," adds Wyers.
About Lifesaver 101: Lifesaver 101 First Aid & CPR Training Inc. offers courses in Standard and Emergency First Aid, all levels of CPR certification as well as Automated External Defibrillation training. With training centres in Toronto, Sudbury, and Durham Region, Lifesaver 101 serves the GTA, Northern Ontario, Central and Eastern Ontario with scheduled in-class courses as well as off-site and private group classes available. Their WSIB compliant courses fulfill workplace requirements and the needs of students and other individuals seeking professional First Aid and CPR certification from skilled instructors. For more information about Lifesaver 101 and to learn more about their enthusiastic, fun, and effective approach to First Aid & CPR training, please visit www.lifesaver101.com, or call Lifesaver 101 Durham: 905-903-3201, Lifesaver 101 Toronto: 416-538-5900 or Lifesaver 101 Sudbury: 705-677-8258.
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