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Will I get a certificate from NSC?

These programs provide you with a certificate of completion:  First Aid, CPR, Flagger, Defensive Driving, CEVO and Lift Truck.  Other courses are for education and training but do not come with the certification. 

When can I stop by?

We are open 9am - 4pm M-Th, Friday we close at 3:30 pm.  Stop in or call for an appointment.

How do I register?

When will my Defensive Driving Certification arrive?

You may register on our PRICE LIST tab or you may call or email. We are here to assist you with registration.

Please allow 3 weeks to receive your certification in the mail.  If you do not receive within that time, please call 1-877-889-6064

How do I become an Instructor?

We are happy to discuss the credentials you will need or the courses you must take to qualify to be an instructor for Safety Council NY and the National Safety Council.  Our instructors can teach First Aid/CPR w AED, Basic Life Support, EMT, Advanced CPR and First Aid,  Flagger and other Construction Safety Courses, Defensive Driving NYS 6hr Course, Alive @ 25 Drivers and other programs as the need arises. Please call us to describe your interests and we will work on a plan for you!   518-438-2365

Who should I contact?

Tim Seeley - Workzone Safety Program Coordinator, Executive Director

Lisamarie Lambert - Program Coordinator for First Aid/CPR and Defensive Driving


Does First Aid CPR include AED training? 

Yes, any CPR class includes AED now as it is the best method of electro-mechanical defibrillation - bringing the heartbeat back to a healthy rhythm and saving a life!

I have a home Day Care - Will the First Aid CPR class certify me for Pediatric care?

Yes, our in-class First Aid CPR programs teach both Pediatric and Adult methods of wound care and responses to life-threatening situations.   Your certificate will read Pediatric and Adult First Aid CPR AED - National Safety Council.   

Is there a seminar to learn how to create certificates from First Aid registrants?

There are free tutorials on the internet which show you how to merge from an Excel file into a Word template, but there are some bumps in the road with which some instructors need help and there are some tips and tricks which can help you greatly.  

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