Something that really separates Rural Rescue from other first aid companies, is first and foremost our incredible team of first aid instructors! All of our instructors are first responders; paramedics, firefighters, ER nurses, and frontline workers, we are so proud of our team and they are proud of us as a company, it is a beautiful thing! Having instructors from a variety of industries that utilize the skills we teach every day allows for us to bring real life experience and scenarios that better prepare all of our participants. As well our instructors are quite knowledgeable and are able to answer every question the participants throw at them!
Our courses are real, raw, fun, and we use props and fake blood when it's appropriate. We aim to educate, number one, but also entertain to captivate our audience. As first responders our instructors have gone through a lot of first aid training and the one thing they all took from it is that the captivating, engaging courses were the ones where they learned the most. The more hands-on practical experience you get, the better you are able to remember and apply the skills learned.
On the backend of things, Rural Rescue takes care of recertification dates for your team by keeping track and communicating when training is coming due. This saves so much time and stress from your business and makes first aid training a non-issue. As well by offering the training on-site we can reduce the amount of time employees are away from work and ensure that everyone has the same recertification date.
Rural Rescue is pleased to be able to offer Red Cross and Heart & Stroke certifications that meet WSIB regulations. Whether you need Standard First Aid, Emergency First Aid, First Responder, Basic Life Support, CPR-C, CPR-A, or more we've got you covered!
To read more check out our first aid training page to see the different courses we offer. To help businesses during COVID-19 we are able to offer a variety of different online courses. To find out more contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org