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·4· City of Toronto - PF&R - FUN Guide

15-Jul-2012 [1563]


(on adapted programs/integrated services:) "Staff are 18 years or older and are selected based on positive attitude, experience working with individuals with special needs, enthusiasm and compassion." (no specific mention of staff being trained in first aid or cpr...)

Link to the job postings section was not working, so i couldn't see if first aid training was a requirement for anything...

Standard First Aid & CPR training...

According to a telephone agent at FUN, all trainings that are accessible through the FUN guide are provided by the Lifesaving Society; the Lifesaving Society has a contract with the City.

  • What is this contract? What does the City provide (spaces, phone/online registration, admin)? How many people enroll in these classes, much does the Lifesaving Society make, what is the duration of the contract, etc.)
  • What is the Lifesaving Society's (and for that matter other first aid trainers') policy wrt late arrivals, etc. Is evaluation based on some test of the participants' assilmiation of the course content only, or is there a similar "100% attendance" policy...
  • IF other training providers have the same or similar policies, where does this standard come from??? is it based on requirements of the WSIB?

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