Standard First Aid & CPR-C Full Course
(10 + yrs) Fee: $129 + supplies
This course provides a certification in First Aid and Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation. The 16 hour course outlines how to deal with wounds, poisoning, head injuries, bone and joint injuries, heart attacks and strokes. Candidates will also learn 2 man CPR for infants, children and adults. This course is designed for professional rescuers, health care workers and lifeguards.
Standard First Aid Re-Certification
(10 + yrs) Fee: $91 + supplies
This course will review CPR as well as severe injuries including; bleeding, broken bones, joints, head and neck injuries etc. Please review the manual before attending. Re-certification is required every 2 years.
The Boys and Girls Club of Niagara is an authorized service provider for the Lifesaving Society. The Lifesaving Society is a national, independent, charitable organization that works to prevent drowning and water-related injury through its training programs, Water Smart® public education, aquatic safety management services, drowning research and lifesaving sport. Annually, over 1,200,000 Canadians participate in our swimming, lifesaving, lifeguard and leadership training programs. As Canada’s lifeguarding expert, the Lifesaving Society sets the standard for aquatic safety and certifies Canada’s National Lifeguards.
For more information about Lifesaving Society, visit www.lifesaving.ca
HIGH FIVE Certification
(16 + yrs) Fee: $129
The 8-hour course is designed to help recreation and sport practitioners gain knowledge and expertise in using approaches that support healthy child development. The course focuses on how to work with a child in the recreation setting, the importance of being a good role model as well as discusses safety in recreation and programming age-appropriate activities for children 6 – 12 years of age.
The Boys and Girls Club of Niagara was one of the first to achieve the HIGH FIVE Accreditation Organization designation in June 2006. HIGH FIVE is a quality assurance standard of Parks and Recreation Ontario, designed to support the safety, well-being, and healthy development of children ages 6-12, in recreation and sports programs. HIGH FIVE Accreditation establishes benchmarks for excellence in children’s recreation and sports programming, based on a child-focused, research-based quality framework.
Please contact Niagara Falls Club at 905-357-2444
For more information about HIGH FIVE, visit www.highfive.org