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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.

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.

Learning Camp: Cooking (7 to 9)

Get an introduction to the kitchen in this camp where you will learn to plan a weekly menu using Canada's Food Guide, proper use of cooking equipment, setting a table and food safety. Not only will they make typical breakfast, lunch and dinner food, but they will learn how to make healthy snacks they can bring for school lunches.

Drop In Oh My Aching Body

Recommended for people who suffer from conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis and Parkinson's disease that would benefit from exercise in warm water. Movements are taught with consideration and education of safe moves. This class is held in the warm water therapeutic pool.

Drop In Oh My Aching Body - Advanced ≈

Enjoy the same full body workout and stretch of our regular 'Oh My Aching Body' but at a more intense level and with a cardio component. Excellent for people who have arthritis, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis and other joint disorders who are already fairly fit and ready to move through the warm water.

Therapeutic Time ≈

A time for those who are looking to exercise in the therapeutic pool. No instructor. Specialty equipment available. Therapeutic rates apply.

Camp Kids In The Kitchen ( 6 to 9 Years)

Enjoy the excitement of the kitchen while learning how to plan, shop, prepare, cook and bake many different creations from around the world. Campers may also participate in various camp activities such as cooperative games, sports, aquatic activities and crafts. These activities vary by location. Before and after care is available, a separate registration and fee is required. Required Equipment: Comfortable clothing including running shoes.

Cooking: Bake and Take ( 6 to 13 Years)

Participants will have the opportunity to create a variety of homemade cookies and treats. As the homemade goodies are being baked; participants will also create homemade cookie jars with a variety of dry ingredients to try recipes at home.

Cooking: Crazy Cupcakes ( 6 to 10 Years)

Have fun while learning to bake and decorate an assortment of homemade cupcakes. Participants will learn the basics of how to follow a recipe, apply frosting and how to decorate their creations with sprinkles and icing. Individual cupcake decorating styles will be encouraged through instructor guidance and in-class practice.

Camp Kids In The Kitchen (10 to 13 Years)

Enjoy the excitement of the kitchen while learning how to plan, shop, prepare, cook and bake many different creations from around the world. Campers may also participate in various camp activities such as cooperative games, sports, aquatic activities and crafts. These activities vary by location. Before and after care is available, a separate registration and fee is required. Required Equipment: Comfortable clothing including running shoes.
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