Basic first aid and caregiving skill for 11-15 years old, or completion of grade 5. Participants learn how to provide care to younger children in a variety of age groups, and how to prevent and respond to emergencies. Courses also provide youth the training to promote themselves as a babysitting to prospective parents.
A four-level program developed by the Canadian Red Cross to teach safety awareness and first aid skills to elementary school aged children. Lessons taught by the PeopleSavers Facilitator are supported by colouring workbooks for each level.
Participants follow the PeopleSavers character for each level through a variety of everyday situations that are dangerous and they learn to check for safety, call for help and care for an injured person. The PeopleSavers mascot is always there to reinforce the safety message: "Prepare! Stay Safe! Survive!"
The Home Alone Program is designed to provide children 10 years of age and older with the necessary skills and knowledge to be safe and responsible when home alone for short periods of time. The course will help participants to understand how to prevent problems, handle real-life situations and keep them safe and constructively occupied.
RespectED: Violence & Abuse Prevention and services. The Canadian Red Cross has been working to promote healthy relationships amongst individuals and within schools since 1984. The RespectED program has educated over 5 million Canadian children, youth and adults. We aim to continue this good work in Red Deer.
Contact Bullseye Safety:
Krystal or Jonathan Wieler
Downtown Red Deer, 4734 50th St.
Competitive Rates with Quality Training.
Training at our place or yours.
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