Teach first aid courses

Teaching first aid courses is one of the many ways you can make this world safer. First aid instructors help their students acquire the confidence and knowledge they will need to efficiently react during emergency situations. They teach the latest first aid techniques and procedures, and provide students with valuable tools for preserving human life in case of an intervention.

Emergency Care/AED Instructor (20 h)

Becoming an Emergency Care/AED Instructor is a stimulating, fun and rewarding way to share your expertise on first aid. Emergency Care/AED Instructors can teach most of the first aid program courses and train tomorrow’s rescuers!

This 20-hour training is intended for Lifesaving Instructor award holders as well as anyone who has pedagogical experience. If this doesn’t apply to you, don’t worry! You can follow the Emergency Care/AED Instructor (32 h) training.

Prerequisite: to be at least 18 years old

Emergency Care/AED Instructor (32 h)

Becoming an Emergency Care/AED Instructor is a stimulating, fun and rewarding way to share your expertise on first aid. This comprehensive training covers the 20-hour training content, as well as pedagogical approaches. Emergency Care/AED Instructors can teach most of the first aid program courses and train tomorrow’s rescuers!

Prerequisite: to be at least 18 years old

Aquatic Emergency Care/AED Instructor (option 1)

This award allows you to teach the Aquatic Emergency Care/AED course, which is particularly popular in touristy regions since its clientele mostly consists of people who need a work permit to work in swimming pools that are less than 100 m2 (hotels, motels, campings, etc.)

If you hold a current National Lifeguard Instructor award and Emergency Care/AED Instructor award, you can pay the award issuance fees and directly obtain the Aquatic Emergency Care/AED Instructor certification.

Aquatic Emergency Care/AED Instructor (option 2)

This award allows you to teach the Aquatic Emergency Care/AED course, which is particularly popular in touristy regions since its clientele mostly consists of people who need a work permit to work in swimming pools that are less than 100 m2 (hotels, motels, campings, etc.)

If you hold a current Lifesaving Instructor award and Emergency Care/AED Instructor award, you only need to complete a 20-hour training course to obtain the Aquatic Emergency Care/AED Instructor certification.