Instructors with a wide range of backgrounds:
Paramedics
Jeff has worked for 26 years in the aquatic and emergency care fields in Atlantic Canada and Quebec as well as in Ontario.
  
As the Director of MedGlobe Synergy, Mr. Frenette oversees the strategic direction of the company as well as authoring many of the books and fieldguides that are published by MedGlobe Synergy.

Books that Mr. Frenette has authored include:
  -Emergency Care of the Ill & Seriously Injured (Emergency & Standard First Aid, 9 editions)
  -SAJE Vital Signs Standard First Aid Textbook, Instructor Manual & Powerpoint presentation
  -Emergency & Standard First Aid Textbook (for HeartZap Services, Inc)
  -Wilderness Emergency Care (Basic: 7 editions / Advanced: 2 editions)
  -Ontario Primary Care Pocket FieldGuide (2005-2015 editions)
  -The Canadian First Responder (2007-2014 editions)
  -Canadian First Responder FieldGuide (2007-2014 edition)
  -Wilderness Emergency Care FieldGuide (2009-2014 edition)
  -Pediatric First Aid (2000 edition)
  -Automated External Defibrillation (Zoll / Philips-specific programs)
  -Oxygen Administration (2005 and 2009 editions)
  -Dental Emergency Management (2009-2014 Editions)
 
Jeff is also responsible for the oversight and instruction of the Instructor Training Program.


Mr. Frenette has taught for several first aid companies and organizations in New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario including the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Canadian Red Cross, Lifesaving
Society of Canada, the National Safety Council, as well as for various YM-YWCA’s across Canada.
He currently function as a consultant for various first aid training organizations in Ontario.


Jeff has worked as a quality assurance consultant and Program Instructor (EMT-Basic) for Cote St Luc EMS in Montreal. In 1997, Mr. Frenette was responsible for training and consulting for an Orthodox Jewish First Responder service in Toronto. His responsibilities included training 30 responders as Emergency Medical Technicians (Basic), assisting with the integration of the service into the existing EMS system, establishing protocol (medical, non-medical, dispatching etc.) and overseeing response for quality improvement.


During 2002, Jeff was employed as a pre-hospital consultant for Irving Oil Limited, training a 50 member on-site emergency response team (800 acre, 800 employee site) as well developing and implementing the protocols used by the team. This experience exposed Jeff to practical applications of HazMat and other specialized rescue situations.


Mr. Frenette has worked for both Land and Air Ambulance services as a paramedic, flight paramedic and air ambulance base supervisor throughout Ontario. Mr. Frenette has volunteered with several organizations including the Health Promotions Committee and Communications Committee of the Heart and Stroke Foundation in North York. He was awarded a Heart Health Community Service award through the North York Heart Health Network for outstanding contribution to heart health in North York.  
Highlights

Jeff Frenette, P2, PCP-f, W-EMT

Firefighters
Physiotherapists
Risk Management Experts
Health & Safety Experts
Specialized Technical Rescue Technicians