The Canadian Red Cross Blended Learning Program
The Canadian Red Cross now offers blended learning in their Emergency & Standard First Aid programs. As a training partner, Delta Emergency Support Training offers this option to the public and businesses that want to minimize classroom instruction.
With traditional standard first aid training, a student would need to attend a 2 day course in a classroom, taking 16 hours of time to complete. With the blended learning program, the student does the all the reading and tests on a computer at their own pace. With blended learning you will need 8 hours of at home study, but this can be done over several weeks.
After you complete the online training, print your verification of completion, and attend a 1 day skills course to complete the skills training session. This 6-8 hour session is focused on all the hands-on skills of a first aid program.
The Canadian Red Cross Online is a professional learning centre that offers the convenience of independent study while maintaining the benefits of interactive, diverse learning. Participants will enjoy easy, online access to their award-winning programs, and qualified instructors with Delta Emergency Support Training.
We are offering a blended learning Standard First Aid program on November 19, 2017 to raise money for an AED at Crossfit Above All. All course profits will go towards the purchase of an AED for their facility. Click here to register.