What is Blended Learning?

Blended learning is a combination of in-class instruction with online instruction. Typically, theory and information are conveyed to the participants through an online module. This allows for the in-class component to be able to concentrate on skill development, and the application of theory while under the direction of a First Aid Instructor. This program is WSIB approved.

In blended delivery, standards remain the same with the following variations:

Participants will receive an online access to the Blended Learning portion of their course shortly after registration.

The course is taught by a Blended Learning Instructor.

Participants must complete the classroom component within six weeks of completing the online component.

Blended Learning is a new form of First Aid and CPR training offered by Canadian Red Cross Training partners. It combines online learning with in-person skills sessions conducted by a Red Cross certified instructor.

Blended Learning courses build the same knowledge and skills as our traditional classroom training courses, however, Blended Learning helps save time and eliminate employee downtime by up to 8 hours!

REMINDER: All blended courses include an online portion to the course. The access for which will be emailed to you prior to the in person day. This must be completed or you cannot proceed with the in person portion. No refunds or switches are granted if you do not complete the online portion prior to the in class session. So, please be sure to check your spam or junk email folders if you don’t see the email.

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