Etobicoke Civic Centre

City of Toronto

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Bus Stop: Claireivlle- Etobicoke Civic Center

Transportation by bus is provided for the 3 specialty plus outdoor camps - Camp Naorca, Claireville and Hum-ri-va. There are also select Adapted and Integrated programs in the West District only, that offer this transportation option. When registering for a 'transportation by bus' barcode, participants MUST also register for the cooresponding 'recreation program course' barcode. Please refer to the Toronto FUN Guide for specific location program information.
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6 - 16
$0.00 (9 classes)
7h 45m

Bus Stop: Claireville - Etobicoke Civic Center

Transportation by bus is provided for the 3 specialty plus outdoor camps - Camp Naorca, Claireville and Hum-ri-va. There are also select Adapted and Integrated programs in the West District only, that offer this transportation option. When registering for a 'transportation by bus' barcode, participants MUST also register for the cooresponding 'recreation program course' barcode. Please refer to the Toronto FUN Guide for specific location program information.
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6 - 16
$0.00 (10 classes)
7h 45m
   
6 - 16
$0.00 (9 classes)
7h 45m
   
6 - 16
$0.00 (10 classes)
7h 45m

EMS - Standard First Aid - CPR-C - AED (TRI)

Please note: Toronto Paramedic Services is teaching the EMS First Aid Program. This program is recognized by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB). It does not qualify as a National Lifeguard Service (NLS) prerequisite. For those courses, please see the Leadership Section of the Online Fun Guide.

Standard first aid training is a legislative requirement in workplaces that have more than five employees at a workplace on any one shift. Learn how to deal with common medical emergencies that can occur in the workplace or at home. Many public buildings including recreation centres, malls, airports and office towers have on-site Automated External Defibrillators for use by public responders in incidents of sudden cardiac arrest. Seconds count when a heart stops beating. Providing a shock from a defibrillator is a means of restarting a stopped heart in cardiac arrest cases? Get the training and be prepared to save a life with these easy-to-use automated defibrillators!
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13+
$125.00 (2 classes)
8.5h

EMS - Standard First Aid - CPR-C - RECERT (SFA-C R)

Please note: Toronto Paramedic Services is teaching the EMS First Aid Program. Participants must possess an EMS First Aid Standard First Aid certificate that has not expired. This program is recognized by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB). It does not qualify as a National Lifeguard Service (NLS) prerequisite. For those courses, please see the Leadership Section of the Online Fun Guide.
Standard first aid training is a legislative requirement in workplaces that have more than five employees at a workplace on any one shift. Learn how to deal with common medical emergencies that can occur in the workplace or at home.
Prerequisite: Participants must possess an EMS First Aid Standard First Aid certificate that has not expired. Important: Registrants must send in proof of current certification to emscpr@toronto.ca to qualify for training or you will receive an Emergency First Aid and CPR-C certification.
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13+
$79.00 (1 class)
9h

Emergency First Aid - CPR ´C´

Please note: Toronto Paramedic Services is teaching the EMS First Aid Program. This program is recognized by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB). It does not qualify as a National Lifeguard Service (NLS) prerequisite. For those courses, please see the Leadership Section of the Online Fun Guide.

Emergency first aid training is a legislative requirement. One person must be trained in emergency first aid if five or fewer people work at a given workplace on any shift.
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13+
$79.00 (1 class)
9h

Etobicoke York Special Needs Integration Request

General programs for children with a disability ages 6-12 which promote social and skill development. These programs will require an additional registration process to become eligible to participate.
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3+
From $0.00 (83 classes)
12h
3+
From $0.00 (83 classes)
12h
   
4+
From $0.00 (5 classes)
7h

NCCP Make Ethical Decisions

An NCCP workshop for anyone working or interested in working with young children. The Fundamental Movement Skills of throwing, catching, jumping, striking, running, kicking, agility, balance and coordination, form the basis for future sport skill development and for the life-long enjoyment of physical activity. In this workshop, coaches learn how to observe and improve the fundamental movement skills. The course outcomes include analyzing and identifying the various stages of development for each skill, applying a six-step process to teaching each skill, and creating safe games where children can practice the skills. This program is run in partnership with the Coaches Association of Ontario.
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16+
From $0.00 (1 class)
4.5h

Principles of Healthy Child Development

This one-day training will help leaders (anyone working with children aged 6 to 12 - i.e. camp leaders, sport & swim instructors, coaches) improve the quality of programs. It provides in depth training in the HIGH FIVE? Principles of healthy child development so participants understand what they need to do to ensure each child's social, emotional and cognitive needs are met. Leaders learn activities and gain knowledge, tips and resources to enhance their programs as well as their relationships with children and other staff members. Topics also include bullying, conflict resolution, physical literacy, children's mental health and moderate to vigorous physical activity.
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16+
From $0.00 (2 classes)
3h

Re-Print Receipt Request

Courses that span a wide variety of activities and interests.
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16+
From $0.00 (52 classes)

Standard First Aid - CPR-C

Please note: Toronto Paramedic Services is teaching the EMS First Aid Program. This program is recognized by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB). It does not qualify as a National Lifeguard Service (NLS) prerequisite. For those courses, please see the Leadership Section of the Online Fun Guide.

Standard first aid training is a legislative requirement in workplaces that have more than five employees at a workplace on any one shift. Learn how to deal with common medical emergencies that can occur in the workplace or at home.
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13+
$109.00 (2 classes)
8h

City of Toronto

Enjoy activities across the City of Toronto in one of the many community centres. Make new friends, learn new skills or improve on existing ones. Qualified and caring staff will guide you through your program every step of the way.

The City of Toronto offers a multitude of exciting programs for all ages. Whether you are looking for swimming, fitness, skating, skiing, arts and crafts or dance, there are something for everyone.

To find the most updated program information for recent updates or corrections, please browse the official website, the latest Toronto Fun Guide (online or print copy) or the Online Program Information & Internet Registration at Fun Online.

The City of Toronto is committed to increasing access to recreation programs by

 

*Please contact the specific municipality office, check its web site  / online service  or the latest Toronto Fun Guide (online or in print) for further program information (deadlines, payment options, forms, refund, withdrawal, transfer, missed classes, cancellations, etc), or the latest updates.

General Registration Information

Registration Methods

  • Online Registration
  • Touch Tone (TTR): Call 416-338-0000 between 7:00am and midnight beginning on the session registration start date until the first day of the program; Call 416-3 38-4386 once a program starts.
  • Operator Assisted: Call 416-338-4FUN (4386) to register with a Customer Service Representative
  • In-Person & Drop-Off: Register in person at a designated civic or community centre on registration day or between 8:30am and 4:30pm from the day after registration day until the third class of the program

Registration Dates and Locations

Please check the official information here for the various registration dates and locations for the current or the coming season.

Online Self Registration

Registering online is the quick, easy and safe way to get into your program of choice. Online registration begins at 7am on registration start date which varies by District and continues until the first day of the program.

 

*Please contact the specific municipality office, check its web site / online service or the latest Toronto Fun Guide (online or in print) for further program information (deadlines, payment options, forms, refund, withdrawal, transfer, missed classes, cancellations, etc), or the latest updates.

Contact

311 (General municipal services (7x24))
(416) 338-4386 (Recreation customer service (8:30-16:30))
(416) 394-8935
pfrcustomerservice@toronto.ca
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