Sirius is welcoming applications for our 2016 Instructor Training.
The Sirius instructor training is an intensive 8-day program that takes place once a year in the spring. In 2016, it will take place March 23-30.
We look for candidates who fit the Sirius profile and qualifications and who have solid skills and extensive experience in the following three areas:
- working or traveling in remote regions
- paramedical field
Pre-requisite for the instructor training: Wilderness First Responder certification from Sirius Wilderness Medicine.
All applicants to the instructor training program undergo an extensive interview process with the Sirius team in November to determine whether they fit the Sirius profile. For more information please see our Instructor Job Opportunities page.
Sirius is seeking an Occupational Health Nurse for a mining site in the Canadian arctic (Nunavut).
Please go to our Job Opportunities page for details.
Marc Gosselin MD, Medical Director both for Sirius Wilderness Medicine and for Ironman Mont-Tremblant, has written a very interesting article on the risks associated with drinking excessive amounts of water during endurance events.
To read the article, please follow the link below:
Could Water Kill You? Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia by Marc Gosselin MD
Sirius Wilderness Medicine is seeking to fill the following position at our head office in Sainte-Adèle QC: Administrative Assistant.
For details please see our Administrative Staff Jobs page
Congratulations to Lise Paradis and François Hurtubise, who have completed the Sirius instructor training offered in partnership with the Cégep de Saint-Jérôme. Lise and François teach in the department of Techniques d’intervention en loisir along with Véronique Fortin, who has been a Sirius instructor since 2008.
Congratulations to our new Sirius instructors who have just completed the 2015 instructor training!
From left to right: Bob Washer, President and Master Instructor, Jasmin Lapointe, Delphine Roy, Benoit Croteau, Simon Côté, Jean-Claude Aronica, Julien Despatis Miron, Simon Nadeau, Benjamin Wadham Gagnon.
Sirius is currently recruiting paramedics for remote camps in the Canadian north.
For details about these postings, please see our Job Opportunities page.
Sirius will be at the PDAC International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange in Toronto from March 1 to 4, 2015.
The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) represents the interests of the Canadian mineral exploration and development industry. The PDAC Trade Show is the world’s leading Convention for people, companies and organizations in, or connected with, mineral exploration, with approximately 1,000 exhibitors and 25,000 attendees from more than 100 countries.
Please visit our team at booth 547 or call 877-982-0066.
Sirius is celebrating our 25th birthday!
Founded in 1990, Sirius has grown over the years from a small Montreal company to become the Canadian leader in wilderness safety training and remote medical support services. Our instructors, medics and nurses live and work across Canada and in the Canadian north.
Follow us on facebook and LinkedIn to keep abreast of all our activities, courses, employment opportunities and look for our new wilderness medicine news column.
Is it time to recertify your wilderness first aid training? To review our different course options, please consult the Sirius course calendar.
To encourage our clients to keep their safety skills fresh, Sirius offers a 20 percent discount on course fees if you recertify your training within 24 months.
To organize specialized training for your organization or group, please contact our offices or use our online course organizing web form.
A reminder that you can upgrade your 40-hour Advanced Wilderness First Aid certification to an 80-hour Wilderness First Responder by taking our 50-hour bridge course.