INFO for ONTARIO teachers and parents

Posted on: Tue, 01/13/2004 - 4:19am
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To maintain their teaching certification Ontario teachers must earn 14 credits every five years. The Ontario College of Teachers has aproved some Lifesaving Society courses and teachers can earn credits with the following courses:

- Bronze Medallion
- Bronze Cross
- Ntional Lifeguard
- National Lifeguard Recert
- Lifesaving Instructor
- [b]Emergency First Aid with CPR B[/b]
- [b]Standard First Aid with CPR C[/b]
- [b]Standard First Aid with CPR C Recert[/b]
- Boat Operator Accredited Training

If you are a teacher in Ontario, consider taking these First Aid courses.

If you are a parent with a child in a school in Ontario, talk to your child's teacher and principal about these courses.

Here's a link (if it works) to the Lifesaving society's newletter. Page two discusses this.

[url="http://www.lifesavingsociety.com/PDF/98LifelinerWinter2003-2004.pdf"]http://www.lifesavingsociety.com/PDF/98LifelinerWinter2003-2004.pdf[/url]

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