providing educational and employment opportunities
Canadian Health and Safety Training Ltd will provide educational and employment opportunities in the field of emergency medicine to Aboriginals throughout Alberta.
This extraordinary initiative is set to begin immediately and has been approved by Mr. George Stanley, AFN Regional Chief of Alberta. The goal of this unique initiative is to provide training and prepare Aboriginals from all over Alberta for immediate employment within the Petroleum, Construction and other industries.
Opportunities also exist to work as trainers and teachers for health care courses, as well as the opportunity to work on an ambulance for any EMS Service in Alberta.
CHST provides exceptional training opportunities.Canadian Health and Safety Training (CHST) is a fully owned Aboriginal company dedicated to providing exceptional training opportunities.
- Flexible program dates and locations – your office or ours
- Recognized programs
- Standard & Emergency First Aid
- H2S Alive, Fall Arrest, Confined Space
- Recertification programs
- Experienced instructors
- State of the art equipment and facilities
- Variable class sizes
CHST is committed to providing educational and employment opportunities in the field of emergency medicine and safety programs to Alberta Aboriginal and general public throughout Alberta. CHST's priority is to provide training and prepare Aboriginals from all over Alberta for immediate employment within the Petroleum, Construction and other industries.
Additionally, we train Aboriginal, non-Aboriginal workers as well as general public in a variety of medical and safety programs. CHST also provides first aid kit/room servicing, consulting and other services.
personal development opportunities
Following successful completion of Standard First Aid with Level C CPR, the student is eligible to become an Instructor, at which point they are able to teach first aid and CPR to others on a part time or full time basis. Following successful completion of the EMR (Emergency Medical Responder) Program and Provincial testing, students are eligible for employment as entry level "medics" in the oil and gas industry. Wages for this type of employment generally start at $200-250/day and is the first step to becoming and EMT or Paramedic and a full time career in EMS.
These examples represent only two of the many courses provided by Canadian Health and Safety Training Ltd. CHST is thoroughly committed to providing exceptional training in a relaxed atmosphere that is specifically designed and tailored to the Aboriginal learner with personal development and career opportunities as the cornerstones of our initiative.
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