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First Aid Training Courses Comparison Chart

How to Choose Your First Aid Course?  

Use our First Aid Comparison Chart below to find the course you require with the appropriate levels of certification. Press the INFO link to see detailed a description of that specific First Aid Training Course. More DETAILED information of each course can be found on our First Aid Course Descriptions & Fees page which has our course explanations. If you are required to take a FIRST AID Course as a requirement for a business, office or factory, please ensure you review our downloadable Provincial Minimum First Aid Training & Kit Requirements PDF and read the Ontario page.

- Click FIRST AID Course name or INFO link at the bottom for more information -or- to complete our registration - 

TOPIC DEFINITIONS:

Here are simple explanations of each of our courses topic areas.   

Blended Learning Option:

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AED Training:

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CPR for Adults:

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CPR for Children:

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CPR for Infants:

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Adult / Child Two Person CPR:

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Rescue Breathing:

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CHOKING Airway Obstruction:

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Bag Valve Mask Breathing:

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Re-certification Available:

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Assessment Protocol:

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Oxygen Administration:

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Back Boarding:

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On-Site Response:

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Have you considered volunteering?

Therapy

Dog

Services

St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program Teams are made up of evaluated dogs with certified volunteers. Improving lives on a daily basis, the program brings joy and comfort to the sick, lonely and those in need of a friendly visit. It is continuing to expand as communities recognize the special contributions that caring, four-legged volunteers can bring to all ages. Does your dog have what it takes to be a Therapy Dog? (Age 18+)*

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Youth

Services

St. John Ambulance Youth Program is a structured health-oriented program that provides young people with opportunities for social, educational and personal development through training, community service, leisure activities and participation at special events. Activities include First Aid, Health Care training, community service, camping and recreational  events. (Ages 6-21+)   YOUTH LEADERS: Needed to help supervise participants. (Age 18+)

St. John Ambulance, York Region

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13321 Yonge Street, Suite 201, 

Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4E 0K5

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Client Service Hours
Monday - Friday  8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
TEL.:      
905-773-3394
FAX
:      905-773-1046

Have you considered volunteering?

Therapy

Dog

Services

St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program Teams are made up of evaluated dogs with certified volunteers. Improving lives on a daily basis, the program brings joy and comfort to the sick, lonely and those in need of a friendly visit. It is continuing to expand as communities recognize the special contributions that caring, four-legged volunteers can bring to all ages. Does your dog have what it takes to be a Therapy Dog? (Age 18+)*

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For further information about St. John Ambulance in Canada, please visit www.SJA.ca or contact:

 

York Region Branch
201-13321 Yonge Street,
Richmond Hill, ON L4E 0K5  
Tel.: (905) 773-3394
Fax: (905) 773-1046

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ABOUT ST. JOHN AMBULANCE IN CANADA      
St. John Ambulance is Canada’s leading authority in first aid since 1883. Today we train over 550,000 Canadians annually in first aid and other health and safety related courses. As a charitable organization, proceeds from our training are directed back to local communities through our volunteer programs. St. John Ambulance has over 12,000 volunteers across Canada providing more than one million hours of community service annually. They serve their local communities through programs such as Medical First Response, Therapy Dog, Car Seat Clinics, Youth Programs, Disaster Response and more. 

St. John Ambulance is an international humanitarian Organization and is a foundation of the Order of St. John.

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