Why Choose Safety 4 All for your First Aid and CPR/AED Training
- I started teaching First Aid in 1985, assisting a cadet instructor.
- Became an instructor in 1992 (St John Ambulance)
- 17 years teaching all levels of First Aid/AED for St John Ambulance
- volunteered in various positions with the Adult Brigade and Saint John Ambulance cadets, training the volunteers with a Medical First responder certification .
- The last 9 years with Saint John’s Ambulance held the position of Instructor Trainer teaching and mentoring instructors for the Quinte Branch of Saint John’s Ambulance.
- Currently Teaching First Aid CPR/AED for Officers, cadets and instructors for Regional Cadet Instructor School every year in Borden ON.
- 2009 Re certified all qualifications to red cross in order to build my own business .
- Currently holding the position of Instructor-Trainer for the Canadian Red Cross in Quinte along with volunteering with the Quinte Disaster Management group responding to local personal disasters , just giving back to Red Cross and the community.
Business locally owned and operated from the thriving community of Quinte
**Built without financial assistance from Government Grants or other community Groups
Red Cross Certifications SJA Qualifications
all levels of First Aid CPR AED Instructor all levels of First Aid CPR/AED Instructor
Instructor -Trainer Instructor -Trainer
Medical First Responder Instructor(expired)
(oxygen training included)
Babysitting– Home alone course Instructor Babysitting course Instructor
People Savers First Aid for youth 6yrs to 12 yrs
I have a passion with training people to save lives. It does my heart good when one of my students is able to save a life or prevent severe injury by being proactive because they took my first aid course. When they learn how to identify a heart attack they also learn how to prevent a heart attack. That is where the Canadian Red Cross is superior with their training package. They put more emphasis on prevention than any other agency out there. The percentages of trained people in Ontario are still too low. This is my reason for continuing to teach people first aid and CPR/AED