Recertification (1 Day) October 15, 2022
Please contact us for more information
Effective immediately as of July 1, 2022 until further notice
In order to make everyone comfortable, the following precautions are still in place:
Physical distancing will be managed
Masking is encouraged and STRONGLY recommended
All participants will get their own training equipment
If you require further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Meet The Team
Rob Jetten is the owner and head instructor with NOSH Safety. With 20 plus years of first aid instruction, he brings a wide gamut of knowledge and expertise pertaining to the field of first aid. He obtained an education degree with distinction from the University of Lethbridge, and has been teaching Biology at the high school level for the past 30 years. His teaching style can best be described as “engaging”. He has been nominated for several teaching awards, including most recently being selected as a semifinalist for Alberta Teacher of the Year. The students he had the pleasure of teaching continually attest to his dedication and commitment to their success. His number one priority is spending quality time with his two boys Nolan and Shaun and his wife Kelly. He is steadfast in his personal physical fitness program, having competed in numerous Ironman Traithlons. He is always receptive to first aid inquiries, and looks forward to serving you to the best of his ability.
Gilbert (Gil) Perron is actively involved in Nosh Safety as a head instructor and has been for many years. In addition to 15 years experience as an instructor of first aid courses, Gil is an experienced teacher at the High School and University levels. Gil also assists in all other facets of the business. A graduate from the University of Manitoba (agriculture), and University of Saskatchewan (education and history) Gil is well suited to help you in all of your first aid needs. With his enthusiastic approach and the above mentioned assets, Gil has the tools, knowledge and experience to provide students with an enjoyable and successful learning experience.
Dean Jetten has been with NOSH Safety for the past 8 years. Being employed in the construction industry for the past 37 years has allowed Dean to gain a wealth of knowledge both in the field as a Heavy-duty mechanic and more recently as an Operations Manager making him responsible for the development, implementation, and administration of all job-related safety requirements. Married for 30 years to his wife LeeAnne and had the opportunity to coach their boys Taylor and Braydon throughout their time in minor hockey. Dean recognizes the importance of family time as well as the importance first aid and safety play in today’s fast paced work environment and personal life. He is very excited and enthused to have an opportunity to share his knowledge and experience with the valuable members of your work force. Dean looks forward to sharing time with you while enhancing your first aid skills through informative, practical, scenario-based training.
Graeme Bowden has been in a retail consultant in the franchise business for the past 25 years. Graeme has extensive knowledge in building positive business relationships and enjoys being able to effectively communicate material to an audience in a productive manner. Graeme is happily married to his wife Barbie for 25 years and has two adult children. Personally he has completed and finished the Ironman competition 9 times and is in the process of training for his tenth. Graeme brings this incredible focus and dedication to everything he does. He currently resides in Edmonton and is looking forward to help expand Nosh Safety and make your first aid class a memorable experience.
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Kelly has been a Registered Nurse in the Public Health field for the last 15 years, where she has been involved in organizing and running Influenza Clinics, CDC Follow-up, Maternal/Newborn follow-up and the administration of vaccines. Kelly’s extensive knowledge in nursing practice and patient care is expanding the assets of Nosh Safety. Not only is Kelly well versed in the first aid world, she also has received recognition from the University of Lethbridge, for her outstanding contribution to the education of nursing students. Kelly’s caring personality, mixed with her expert ability to communicate and teach, makes her a valued member of Nosh Safety, and an excellent instructor.
Alexa has currently been working at Nosh Safety for two years, where she creates all the content for Nosh Safety's Instagram and Facebook. She has built an online presence for Nosh Safety by designing their website and offering tech support for all their digital needs. Her love of technology and graphic design has allowed her to start her own small business where she designs and maintains websites. Alexa is currently studying at the University of Lethbridge, where she is also a part of a volunteer club, Uleth Circle K International. This year Alexa has been elected to be editor of the club. In this position she updates the Circle K website consistently and expands Circle K’s digital platform by creating unique content for their Instagram and Facebook.
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Nolan Jetten has been working with Nosh safety for a year and is learning to become a first aid instructor. Nolan has spent the last two and a half years at the University of Lethbridge studying education. He has gained a number of unique teaching techniques through his education that are an asset to his role at NOSH Safety. He can effectively teach students how to master and memorize important lifesaving skills while working with students of all ages. Currently Nolan is training to complete the spartan trifecta this summer. With his experiences, Nolan is hoping to create a welcoming and healthy environment at NOSH Safety and looks forward to teaching first aid in the future.
Taylor Jetten has been with NOSH Safety for the last year. Recently becoming a Golf Pro at the Lethbridge Country Club and the Men’s Assistant Basketball Coach at the Lethbridge College for the past 7 years has allowed him to gain knowledge and expertise in the teaching and first aid field. Engaged to his Fiancé Tasya, proud dad of two beagle puppies (Marner and Freddie) and expecting a child next year, he understands the importance of time management. Taylor is a big believer in helping and sharing his knowledge to others in any environment, especially the safety of others. He is thrilled and grateful to be joining an awesome team and can’t wait to start sharing and helping students in developing and enhancing skills in first aid situations.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"I retake this course every year, not because I have to but because I enjoy how Rob, Gill and Dean teach it!”
“Best class, not just first aid, that I have ever taken!”
“The reason I love taking first aid from Nosh Safety is because Rob, Gil and Dean keep it engaging, relevant and practical.”