Off-the-Shelf Courses

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  • Course descriptions
  • Number of slides per course
  • Number of knowledge-check questions per course
  • Length of time it takes the average person to complete
Modules Course Descriptions Number of Pages Number of Questions Estimated Time

Occupational Health & Safety

This module describes Occupational Health & Safety training as a minimum requirement in all provinces. The content includes rights, duties ad roles of workers, IRS, due diligence and work-related illnesses and latency.
34 pages
12 questions
15 minutes
Common Workplace Hazards
This module explains workplace hazards and how to recognize and respect them. Examples of materials handling, temperatures, slips and falls and working from heights are explained.
21 pages
3 questions
7 minutes
Accessibility for Disabled Persons
This modules is awareness training (AODA required in ON) about accessibility for disabled people. The content teaches how to identify disabilities and also the best practices for communicating with disabled persons.
18 pages
5 questions
7 minutes
Workers Compensation
This module explains workers compensation insurance available in all provinces with links to the provincial websites. The content addresses the purpose of worker injury insurance, the importance of reporting injuries, the process for documentation and seeking medical advice, as well as the modified work programs for quick return to work.
11 pages
1 question
4 minutes
Violence, Harassment & Sex Harassment
This module defines workplace violence, harassment and sexual harassment. The content includes case studies to support and help employees recognize and report violence, harassment and sexual harassment. Worker and supervisor responsibilities are covered as well as investigations and a reference to company-specific policies.
20 pages
9 questions
10 minutes
Anti-Bullying (AB)
This module defines bullying and how to recognize it in the workplace. The content includes case studies to support and encourage employees (who are bullied or who witness bullying) to prevent and report the incident(s). Both worker and supervisor responsibilities are covered as well as investigations and a reference to company-specific policies.
21 pages
5 questions
8 minutes
Health and Safety Committees
This module is a generic introduction to Health and Safety Committees as required by most provinces. The content describes the typical makeup of committee members and explores their roles and responsibilities. Workplace inspections and incident investigations are also touched upon.
15 pages
4 questions
7 minutes
Safety Boards
This module ensures employees are aware that safety boards exist in the workplace and asks them to commit to locating the safety board at their place of work.
5 pages
2 questions
2 minute
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
This generic PPE module introduces the types of PPE and stresses its importance. As well, learners are informed about rules around PPE and encouraged to be responsible and ask questions.
8 pages
4 questions
5 minutes
Emergency Response & Prep
This generic module introduces employees to an emergency evacuation and encourages them to study the specific plan at their workplace. As well, procedures for protecting workers, protecting the public and providing first aid are mentioned.
8 pages
4 questions
5 minutes
Alcohol & Drugs
This module teaches employees to recognize impairment and discusses the responsibility all worker have to report and follow company-specific policies. As well, disclosure of medical prescriptions is encouraged in order to ensure the worker is able to be safe and 'fit for work'.
11 pages
3 questions
5 minutes
Employ. Standards Act (ESA ON)
This module (for ON only) presents information to Ontario workers as required by the Employment Standards Act.
18 pages
4 questions
4 questions
Criminal Offences Declaration
This module describes a Criminal Offence and asks the employee to respond by voluntarily declaring whether they have a criminal record.
3 pages
1 question
2 minutes
Ski Industry Liability: Chairlift Safety
This ski industry module describes the important procedures related to chairlift use. The content, for both skiers and snowboarders, covers behavior in the maze, the loading area and the unloading area.
31 pages
16 questions
13 minutes
Ski Industry Liability: Duty of Care
This module describes the legal liability in Canada for ski resorts and the employees' duty of care (certified or not). The content also covers the Alpine Responsibility Code in detail with case examples for each.
28 pages
8 questions
13 minutes
Concussion Awareness
This concussion awareness course teaches the learner the definition of concussions, as well as how to recognize signs and symptoms, how to respond to suspected concussions, and return-to-play strategies and recommendations.
12 pages
3 questions
7 minutes
Ski Industry Liability: Terrain Park Safety
Using the National Ski Areas Assoc (USA) video, this module reviews terrain park safety and the associated liabilities.
13 pages
7 questions
8 minutes

Using Fire Extinguisher *NEW*

This modules defines the purpose of fire extinguishers and how they work. Additionally if defines classes of fire extinguishers and how they should be used.
20 pages
6 questions
10 minutes

Fuel Handling  *NEW*

This module describes hazards associated with handling fuel, the risk of injuries and safety procedures that must be practised at all times.
26 pages
8 questions
12 minutes

Mental Wellness *NEW*

This training defines mental illness and helps differentiate myths versus facts. The training also describes signs and symptoms. Specific characteristics of a mental wellness in the workplace is provided.
20 Pages
5 questions
10 minutes

Customer Service *NEW*

This training defines and identifies customers. As well it provides tools for discovering what customers want and how to manage their expectations.
12 pages
2 questions
6 minutes

Respect in the Workplace *NEW*

This modules identies the neegative effects of working in a disrespectful and uncivil environment. As well, a list of behaviors are recommended.
10 pages
0 questions
6 minutes

Lift Attendant Training *NEW*

The training modules consists of nine HD videos, eight interactive practice quizzes, and a final exam. Employees are trained and tested in a foundation of essential chairlift knowledge.
35 pages
40 questions
60 minutes
Knowledge Check for Returning Employees *NEW*
Program of scrambled quiz questions that check the learners knowledge (refresher or test for returning employees) by multiple choice questions with predetermined and required score.
50 (total quiz questions)
15 (scrambled quiz questions)
15 minutes