Membership

Recruits

No training necessary, but should the Recruit already have one or more current First Aid certifications as defined in the requirements for the various programs levels, they must provided to the Training Coordinator for verification and acceptance. It is at the Training Coordinator’s discretion to grant acceptance/equivalency. After acceptance of previously achieved current First Aid certifications, Recruits are required to complete all other components of the level (s) commensurate with their age and certifications.

 

Basic Level Certificaiton

  • Attend at least 75% of Training and 75% of Scout meetings.
  • Successful completion of a Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario (WSIB) or Provincial equivalent approved Standard First Aid (SFA) course
  • Successful completion of a Basic Rescuer “C” CPR course
  • Certification on PAD (Public Access Defibrillator) if available
  • After completion of the SFA training, successful completion of 24 hours of First Aid Service at a minimum of two different Scouting, Guiding, or Sponsor events
  • Completion of 24 hours of Community Service (NOT First Aid Service).
  • Have completed an orientation of the Medical Venturer Medical Equipment.

 

Intermediate Level Certification

  • Attend at least 75% of Training and 75% of Scout meetings.
  • Have a current and valid Medical Venture/Rover Basic Level
  • Successful completion of a Wilderness First Aid Course (WFA) or equivalent
  • After successful completion of the WFA course, an additional 48 hours (not including Basic Level hours) of First Aid Service at a minimum of three different Scouting, Guiding, or Sponsor events.
  • Completion of 24 hours of Community Service (NOT First Aid Service).
  • Have successfully maintained a Basic Rescuer “C” CPR Certification

 

Advanced Level Certification

  • Attend at least 75% of Training and 75% of Scout meetings
  • Have a current and valid Medical Venture/Rover Intermediate Level
  • Successful completion of a Emergency First Responder (EFR) course or equivalent and have successfully maintained a Basic Rescuer “C” CPR Certification.
  • After successful completion of the EFR course, an additional 96 hours of First Aid Service at a minimum of four different Scouting, Guiding, or Sponsor events.
  • Completion of 24 hours of Community Service (NOT First Aid Service).

 

Advisor

  • Attend at least 75% of Training and 75% of Scout meetings
  • Have a current and valid Medical Rover Advanced Level
  • Successful completion of a Canadian Red Cross “Standard First Aid Instructors” Course or equivalent
  • Upon successful completion of the Instructors course, for their own Group, teach at least two Standard First Aid, or one Wilderness First Aid, or one Emergency First Responder, or one Wilderness First Responder course per year. Requirement dependent on Instructor certification level and needs of the Group