Stay Safe! Course
This course offers basic first aid and safety skills for youth 9-13 years old (or in grade 3). Participants learn about being safe when they are without the direct supervision of a parent, guardian, or trusted adult, both at home and in their communities. This training is based on Canadian Red Cross guidelines.
Currently this course if offered virtually and is available Canada wide.
Each session will run for 2- hours on two separate days. (2 x 2-hour session virtually)
Importance of responsibility and respect while being accountable for yourself.
Importance of setting and following rules around safety when staying on your own.
How to stay safe at home and within the community.
How to prepare, recognize and respond to unexpected situations, (i.e. inclement weather, strangers, unanticipated visits)
First Aid Content: Check, Call, Care (includes phoning EMS/911), recovery position, conscious choking (adult/child/alone), feeling unwell, asthma (includes use of inhaler and spacer), anaphylaxis (includes use of EpiPen), poisoning, insect stings, wound care (i.e. minor cuts and scrapes, splinters, nosebleeds, bumps and bruises, life-threatening bleeding, burns).
Stay Safe Workbook (we will mail it to you).
Device that is capable of running zoom (audio and video) i.e. laptop, smartphone, or tablet.
Good internet connection.
A stuffy or a doll for practicing CPR, choking and other practical skills.
An adult must be on site with the learner for safety purposes (adult does not need to come on camera). All participants will receive a Stay Safe! Workbook via mail and a completion certificate.
For additional information or course details please call us at 780-232- 3652 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org