What is E-Learning?
E-learning is a combination of in-class instruction with online instruction. Typically, theory and information are conveyed to participants through an online component. This allows for the in-class component to concentrate on skill development and the application of theory while under the direction of a First Aid/WHMIS Instructor.
Design and Length
All First Aid/CPR and CPR E-learning courses are divided into two components. Participants must first complete the self-paced online component, which includes the written knowledge evaluation, and then successfully complete an Instructor-led classroom component (skills practice and evaluation session) in order to achieve certification. Participants should complete the classroom component within six weeks of completing the online component. If a participant does not attend a classroom session within this time frame, they are required to purchase a second PIN and retake the online component before being admitted into the classroom session.
The knowledge and skills objective for E-learning courses remain the same as the traditional course. Participant materials (i.e., manual and access to the online component) will be mailed to participants two to four weeks prior to the classroom session.
Courses on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) provide the skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking for adults, children, and babies depending on the level of CPR chosen.
Basic one-day course offering an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for the workplace or home. Includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines.
Comprehensive two-day course offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need training due to work requirements or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home.