Standard First Aid & CPR-C/AED Recertification
Read WSIB requirements for recertification before registering.
WSIB requirements regarding Standard First Aid Recertification
"Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board dictates that Standard First Aid (SFA) award holders may recertify
just once on a SFA recertification course. To renew SFA subsequently, award holders must repeat the full SFA course. Thereafter, they may renew by alternating recertifications and original courses. To attend a SFA recertification course,
the date of the original SFA certification must be within 36 months. If the award holder misses the recert course by even one day, he or she must retake a full two-day course. No exceptions. Award holders may not renew their SFA certificates from another agency on a Lifesaving Society SFA recertification course. They must recertify with the original certifying agency. However, in the year in which they must attend a full two-day SFA course, they can take the Lifesaving Society Standard First Aid course. "
Lifesaving Society Program guide, Edition 2016, p.22
Duration: 1 day (8 hrs)
Cost: $100, no HST
Student rate or bring a friend – $95 (cash or E-Transfer)
Full course payment or the $35 mandatory registration fee is required
at the time of registration to register and reserve a spot
Group rate available by request
3-years certification in Standard First Aid & CPR - C
(with 2015 CPR guidelines)
Includes AED Certification
Standard First Aid Manual - $20 (optional)
Conducted by a certified Lifesaving Society First Aid Instructor
Comprehensive, one-day course offers first aid and cardiopulmonary
resuscitation (CPR) skills, for those who need training due to work
requirements. It includes the latest First Aid and CPR guidelines. Course meets federal and
provincial regulations for Standard First Aid and CPR.
Goals of First Aid Rescue process Recruiting assistance Critical incidence stress Adult/Child/Infant CPR
Breathing emergencies Circulatory emergencies Secondary assessment Illness and medical disorders
Injuries Environmental illness and injuries AED and Airway management Oxygen administration
Written test (passing grade 70%)
Prerequisites: original course within 36 months since certification date
Course starts at 10.30 a.m. and ends around 6 p.m.