SOS First Aid Courses
SOS First Aid and Safety Training is Mississauga, Oakville and Brampton’s number one choice for Red Cross first aid training and CPR/AED training. SOS First Aid won Oakville’s Small Business of the Year Award and was recognized as the Top Canadian Red Cross Training Partner in the West-Central Region. Passionate, knowledgeable and friendly, it is easy to see why SOS First Aid instructors are the best in the industry. Our instructors care about our students’ learning, providing innovative first aid and CPR training that is simple, hands-on and easy for students to understand. Students leave our classes feeling confident.
Register now for one of our many online safety training courses. Convenient and cost-effective, our e-learning safety courses include WHMIS, Alcohol and Drug Awareness, Safe Slinging and Rigging, Electrical Safety, Confined Spaces and much more. Please see our list of courses.
SOS 4 Kids!
This Babysitter training course is designed for youth aged 11 – 14. Participants learn how to run a small babysitting business and how to supervise younger siblings or other children in a safe and responsible manner. Aspiring babysitters also learn basic first aid skills.
Home Alone Safety Course
Is your child ready to stay home alone? The Home Alone Safety for Kids program helps children and their families get ready for their child’s first steps towards independence and being without adult supervision.
My Safe Life
Empower children with confidence and skills to recognize when things affecting personal safety are just not right! Participants Learn: People safety (strangers, tricky people and bullies) Strategies for getting help Decision-making skills to handle emergencies How to recognize risky situations and prevent injuries
“Taking Mental Health Awareness to Heart”
The best way to support the Mental Health Community is to “facilitate, educate and engage”. Teaching Mental Health First Aid is a great way to share the message that “Everyone Matters”. We are passionate about Mental Health Education and removing stigma.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Just as physical first aid is administered to an injured person before medical treatment can be obtained, MHFA is given until appropriate treatment is found or until the crisis is resolved.
The MHFA Canada program aims to improve mental health literacy, and provide the skills and knowledge to help people better manage potential or developing mental health problems in themselves, a family member, a friend or a colleague.
The program does not teach people how to be therapists. It does teach people how to:
Innovative Musical Theatre
The core philosophy at Innovative Musical Theatre is that “EVERYONE’S A STAR.” IMT in Oakville and Mississauga specially designs quality productions with smaller casts. Giving every student a lead role provides the performer the opportunity to reach their maximum potential. With six hours a week of singing, dancing, and acting training, performers get individual attention when training to perform their leading role.
At every rehearsal located at The Meeting House, a faculty of industry professionals are working and guiding performers to ensure that they grow and truly shine during their big performance. Students of the Innovative Musical Theatre Program (IMT), are always learning and engaged instead of watching others have all the fun. At every rehearsal, all lead cast members rotate stations and work specifically on each art form. Through a supportive staff, individual attention, and a revolutionary rehearsal process, selected hopefuls are given a valuable, exciting, and fun opportunity to grow as a performer and as an individual.