It can be said, without hesitation, that we were extremely pleased with the service our company received and also the method in which Rachel delivered the Training... We are extremely pleased with the quality of training, her ability to be flexible and her willingness to make adjustments when needed. It was very clear to us that the client came first and we appreciated the professionalism, thoughtfulness and cooperativeness that Rachel constantly displayed. It was a pleasure having the opportunity to work with Rachel and would gladly use her first aid training services again in the future.
Rachel is an absolutely fantastic teacher! She has led many of my staff training sessions and was recently my NLS examiner. It was my third re-cert but first time trying the new fitness standards. Rachel went the extra mile to help me meet my goals in completing the fitness components of my re-cert by coming in to practice with me on more than one occasion. She is a teacher who truly cares and who will do anything to help her students succeed. Rachel is extremely personable and is an all-round great teacher, I highly recommend her to anyone who is looking to enroll in a lifesaving course and/or re-cert.
- Theresa, National Lifeguard recertification participant
Rachel is excellent at adapting to peoples different levels of experience. She provides room for conversations to take place regarding rescues and first aid situations that may arise, a practical review of these through first aid simulations and aquatic rescue drills, and gives positive criticism in order to improve the lifesaving capabilities of her students. I highly recommend Rachel Pearson as a first aid instructor. Whether you are in need of a re-certification or new to the first aid world, you are bound to become more confident in your skills with Rachel as your guide.
Clear, creative, very informative. I feel as though Rachel has taught me more than many instructors have been able to do.
– Taylor, First Aid participant, Trent University
Clear, knowledgeable, creative and informative. Situations were applied to more “real world” circumstances or stories. Overall, the class was interesting and easy to follow.
– Monica, First Aid participant, Trent University