Courses on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) provide the skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking for adults, children, and babies depending on the level of CPR chosen. Courses meet legislation requirements for provincial/territorial worker safety and insurance boards, and include the latest CPR guidelines and training in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Part 1: Online Learning
Register for Part 1 by itself or in combination with Part 2. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the Canadian Red Cross’s online learning portal within 1 business day of registration.
Part 2: Classroom Learning
Classroom learning includes hands-on practical first aid skills. Participants must complete Part 1 before attending, and they must attend within 90 days of completing the online learning.
Bring your certificate of completion to Part 2 as proof of eligibility. Complete Part 2 in order to receive your three-year certification.
Part 1: 3 hours online learning
Part 2: 3 hours in-class time
You must bring your valid (non-expired) CPR C and AED certificate.
3-year certification in CPR C and AED.
$64 + GST
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Online Learning can be completed on your own schedule! This self-paced learning is intended to be flexible to meet your needs.
- Ability to comprehend and successfully demonstrate all required skills, including critical steps.
- 100% attendance and participation.
- 75% min. passing grade on a written, closed book knowledge evaluation.
- Adherence to the Fundamental Principles.
- The Red Cross
- Responding to Emergencies
- Check, Call, Care
- Recovery position
- Choking – adult
- Assisting with medications
- Angina and heart attack
- CPR and AED– adult
- Deadly bleeding
- Choking — child and baby
- CPR — child and baby
- Sundays, 9:00am - 12:00pm
- Wednesdays, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
The Canadian Red Cross issues digital certificates by email to all successful participants.
The only way to know the correct first aid & CPR course right for you is to contact the organization that is requiring the certification and ask them what course you need. If you require certification for your profession or school program you will usually have documentation providing the specific course title you require. If you are not sure which workplace course you need, as a general rule, you should do the 2 Day – Standard First Aid with CPR C and AED. You can’t go wrong with more training.