Covid-19 Updates

In the interest of public health and safety, until further notice, it is necessary for us to cancel all upcoming courses at least for the foreseeable future. Rest assured that when we are back on schedule, you will have first priority for registering for a new class. We appreciate your patience during this period of change. Public safety is our number one concern.

 

We are continuing to monitor the situation and recommend getting updates from reliable sources, such as;

Updated March 29, 11:44 pm

When Will we Restart our Classes?

As of now, we have suspended all training courses until further notice. Once we are fully confident of the public and our safety, and once the restrictions have been lifted, we will post new dates for our classes. We would like to take this time to thank our students, past, present and future for your continued support. We look forward to seeing you soon.

ADVICE FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA

The World Health Organization (WHO) has assessed COVID-19 as a pandemic. The assessment by the WHO is not unexpected.

In Canada, our health system is prepared for this situation. Since the outset, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)—along with public health authorities at all levels of government across the country—have been working together to ensure that our preparedness and response measures are appropriate and adaptable, based on the latest science and the evolving situation.
 

There is an increased risk of more severe outcomes for Canadians:

  • aged 65 and over

  • with compromised immune systems

  • with underlying medical conditions

  • The government's public health efforts will continue to focus on containment to delay the onset of community spread by rapidly identifying cases, meticulously finding close contacts and using tried and true public health measures such as isolation and social distancing.

In the event of community transmission, these actions will continue as long as feasible to interrupt chains of transmission in the community and to delay and reduce an outbreak where possible.

In order to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19, everyone has a role to play. It takes more than governments and action from the health sector to protect the health and safety of Canadians. Each of us can help our country be prepared in the event of an emergency by understanding how coronavirus spreads and how to prevent illness.

More information; https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/being-prepared.html

Being prepared

 Kim Mundle

First Aid

Instructor

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