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CPR Only Courses

Participants that need to be certified in only CPR and AED, without any first aid certification, can attend stand-alone workplace approved CPR courses. This programs include training in the use of automated external defibrillators (AED). Participants can select from either CPR level “A”, “C” or “HCP”. All courses include hands-on training with life-like mannequins and provide successful participants with a workplace approved CPR and AED award upon completion.

workplace approved CPR level “A” and AED Training

This basic CPR course is designed for individuals that want or need to learn about CPR and AED rescue techniques for only adult victims. Participants will learn about legal implications of providing aid as well as how to stay safe when providing CPR. Participants will also learn how to manage victims of airway emergencies such as conscious and unconscious choking patients. This course takes approximately 3 hours to complete and participants will receive a workplace approved wallet sized certificate upon completion of the course. This award is valid for 3 years.

workplace approved CPR level “C” and AED Training

This popular workplace approved CPR and AED class includes all of the components taught in the level “A” course but adds additional components for rescuing child and infant victims. Because of the additional components this course takes slightly longer to complete (5 hours). Included in the cost of the course is a workplace approved manual and certificate that is valid for 3 years. Typical participants include students, nurses, doctors and other medical workers. This course is also great for new parents.

workplace approved CPR level “HCP” and AED Training

This stand-alone CPR and AED course includes all of the components from level “A” and “C” and adds additional training for health care providers. This course, much like CPR level “C”, is designed for health care professional’s such as doctors, nurses and physiotherapists. Participants will learn how to use advanced equipment such as bag-valve masks and use techniques that involve pulse / circulation checks. Artificial respiration is taught in this course. Participants that complete this course will receive a workplace approved manual and certificate that is valid throughout Canada for 3 years.