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Choking And Dysphagia

Schedule: By appointment

The Choking and Dysphagia training has been designed specifically for Care and Support Workers working in a social care setting. It may also be useful to a wider audience of people who would like to know more about dysphagia and choking.

What does this course teach?

  • Understand what dysphagia is and what can cause it.

  • Understand how we swallow.

  • Identify potential signs and symptoms.

  • Know how to support an individual to prepare for a diagnosis.

  • Identify key challenges for people with dysphagia and how to support them.

  • Identify key purposes and elements of the IDDSI Framework.

  • Understanding when someone may be choking and what to do.

  • How to monitor, report and manage risk.


Emergency Oxygen (O2) Administration

Schedule: By appointment

Emergency oxygen administration can be given in most breathing and cardiac emergencies. This course, designed and offered by EMS Safety Services, may be taught separately or as part of a comprehensive CPR, AED or First Aid training course.

This course is intended to teach emergency oxygen (O2) administration. The program covers equipment and procedures for administering oxygen as an emergency procedure. Equipment selection and use for decompression illness emergencies are detailed with practical components to train a well rounded rescuer.

What does this course teach?

  • Identification of DCI.

  • Administration of emergency oxygen.

  • Types and uses of oxygen equipment.

  • Oxygen delivery devices and how to use them.

  • General guidelines for use of emergency oxygen.

  • Risks associated with oxygen delivery.

  • Oxygen safety and storage.


Who is it for?

  • Scuba Divers.

  • Dive Professionals and boat staff.

  • Other individuals who may need to administer oxygen.

  • Minimum age 18, 10 with parental consent.


How to take this course?

There are two components to your training in order to receive your certification.  The first is academics and the second is skills. You must first pass your academics training to proceed to the second phase and work with an instructor in a classroom setting.

Upon successful completion of the course, graduates may:

  • Recognize and evaluate an emergency and a victim.

  • Know how to activate or alert the emergency medical services (EMS).

  • Be able to administer O2 to a breathing or non-breathing person.

  • OSHA and ILCOR compliant training.


Severe Bleeding Control (ASHI)

Schedule: TBD

Serious injury can lead to life-threatening blood loss within minutes – be prepared to provide lifesaving care when the unexpected happens in your home, at your place of work or in your community.

This interactive 30-minute online course will prepare you to recognize severe, life-threatening bleeding emergencies and to take action to stop the flow of blood.

What does this course teach?

  • How to recognize life-threatening bleeding.

  • What action steps to take in a life-threatening bleeding emergency.

  • When to use a tourniquet.

  • How to apply windlass rod, elasticized wrap and improvised tourniquets.

  • When to use hemostatic dressing.


Support Brokerage (Self-Directives)

Schedule: TBD

The Support Brokerage course is designed as a full program which will give you all of the information, understanding and practical tools you need to be able to practice as a Support Broker.

There is an option to take the accreditation and to then become registered with Support Brokerage Network.

In order to achieve accreditation, participants must attend all sessions, and submit a completed five completed workbook and support plan. Learners should expect to complete an element of self-directed study/reading and coursework time outside of the training sessions. There are 5 units to the course which are delivered over 8 x 2 hours sessions delivered online over zoom. We can tailor the course delivery for learners of all abilities. We will discuss your learning needs with you when you make your deposit.

What does this course teach?

  • The historical development of Self Directed Support.

  • The values and approaches relating to ‘Personalization’ and Self Directed Support.

  • An introduction to the legal frameworks relevant to Self Directed Support.

  • Understanding the differences between Support Brokerage, Advocacy, Social Work and Care Management.

  • The practical skills needed to support someone to access a Personal Budget, Personal Health Budget, Direct

  • Payment or Individual Service Fund.

  • A brief introduction to Individual Service Funds and the practical functions associated with them.

  • Exploring the wider range of Community Development & Strengths-based approaches to understand how support brokerage fits with these.

  • Tools, techniques and approaches integral to Person-Centered planning & Community Mapping.

Who is it for?

  • Individuals who want to self-direct their own support and/or act as self-advocates.

  • Family members who want to be involved in self-directing the support of a relative.

  • Anyone providing information, advice & guidance within a community, health and social care context.

  • Anyone involved in doing Person-Centered Planning or developing Support Plans.

  • Individuals working in Direct Payment or Personal Health Budget teams.

  • Individuals working in Self Directed Support teams.

  • Health & Social Care provider organizations.

  • Social Care & Health professionals with an interest or involvement in Personalization.

Consultation $50

Wilderness First Aid

Schedule: Every Saturday

Wilderness first aid or “WFA”, is a generic term that commonly refers to any training course that focuses on prevention, assessment, and treatment for an ill or injured person in a remote environment where definitive care by a physician and/or rapid transport is not readily available. This is defined as being an hour or more away from advanced care.  WFA courses are intended for anyone planning a remote high adventure, from lay responders to medical professionals.

Who is it for?

Youth (14 years old and up) and adult Scout leaders are encouraged to take a 16-hour WFA course based on the specific curriculum developed by the BSA, which includes a management dimension that most courses fail to address.

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