Our training programs
What kind of training are you looking for?
I am an outdoor enthusiast or I would like to learn the basics of first aid in a wilderness/remote setting.
Duration: 20 hours
I work in the adventure tourism industry (e.g.: guide) or I wish to deepen my knowledge in first aid in order to be better equipped.
Duration : 40h
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You can also contact the training department to help you make a choice:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 514-509-2112 # 300
|Languages of Instruction: All our programs are offered in both French and English. In order to serve Aboriginal and Inuit communities that speak little or no of these two languages, we work closely with our local instructors to make our training programs accessible to Nunavut communities and northern regions of Canada.||
Isolated First Aid: Isolated First Aid refers to assistance provided in the wilderness or in a remote area. Isolated areas are defined as any area outside the normal ambulance and emergency medical services (EMS) deployment area. Examples of wilderness areas include whitewater canoe routes, local hiking trails, and isolated mining or logging operations.
Our experienced instructors come from various backgrounds and sectors (adventure guides, nurses, paramedics, first responders, military, rescue specialists, etc.), which allows us to adapt training to the diverse reality of businesses. Our programs are recognized by national occupational health and safety organizations in isolated regions. Our team includes more than 70 instructors deployed across Canada.