Runtime Approx. 3.5 hours
A device with an internet connection is required.
Desktops and Laptops
Smartphones and Tablets
Ontario workers who are required to use fall protection equipment on 'Construction Projects', must complete a Chief Prevention Officer (CPO) approved Working at Heights (WAH) training program. If you don't have the training you may be subjected to a 'fine' or could be 'ineligible' to work on the jobsite.
For More information please view the Ontario Ministry of Labour FAQs.
Otherwise, for any other workers who work in other Provincially or Federally designated 'sectors', YOW's Fall Protection (FP) training course will continue to be valid and available.
YOW Canada has developed Ontario’s first blended learning Working at Heights program. This comprehensive WAH program is an effective and interactive way to keep you and your employees up-to-date with Working at Heights training requirements for construction projects in Ontario. Our program delivers:
Part 1 Theoretical (3.5hrs):
Basic Theory online (E-Learning) using multiple delivery methods (audio, text, video, interactive, etc.) to improve learner engagement (3.5 hours done online at the learner's chosen pace).
Part 2 Classroom Training (4.5 hrs):
Practical Training is delivered in the classroom to provide workers with the hands-on, practical experience for working safely at heights.
The Part 2 classroom date and location will be selected when activating the course. The Part 1 (Theoretical online) must be completed by the trainee before attending Part 2 (Practical Training). For more information click here.
This course is only available in English at this time.
Blended Learning is a great deal more effective compared to traditional 'long classroom courses'. It is the fastest most effective way to get trained for WAH and saves employees and employers time and money.
For more detailed benefits click here: Benefits of Blended Learning.