- The Red Cross
- Preparing to respond (Good Samaritan Act, prevention of disease transmission, use of barrier devices)
- The EMS system
- Patient assessment (check, call, care)
- Airway emergencies - management of choking emergencies
- Artificial respiration for respiratory arrest (Health Care Providers only)
- Circulation emergencies (angina, heart attack, stroke)
- Cardiac arrest management - One Rescuer CPR & AED
- Cardiac arrest management - Two Rescuer CPR (Health Care Providers only)
- Use of the Bag Valve Mask (Health Care Providers only)
There are 3 different levels of CPR training.
CPR-A is a 3-4 hour course focusing on basic life support skills for adults. CPR-A is appropriate training for fitness instructors, people who work in long term care facilities, and people who want to learn CPR skills to care for a parent or spouse. A complete list of course content can be found to the right.
The CPR-A course costs $45 per participant, which includes all taxes and a full colour manual. Canadian Red Cross CPR-A certification is valid for 3 years.
CPR-C is a 5-6 hour course that focuses on basic life support skills for babies, children, and adults. CPR-C is appropriate for people with a general interest in CPR and is often a pre-requisite for educational programs.
The CPR-C course costs $70 per participant, which includes all taxes and a full colour manual. Canadian Red Cross CPR-C certification is valid for 3 years.
CPR-HCP is a 5-6 hour course that focuses on the basic life support skills that health care providers are required to have. CPR-HCP is appropriate basic life support training for paramedics, nurses, doctors, and other allied health care professionals such as respiratory therapists.
The CPR-HCP course costs $70 per participant, which includes all taxes and a full colour manual. Canadian Red Cross CPR-HCP certification is valid for 3 years.
3-4 hour CPR-C and CPR-HCP recertification classes are available upon request. You must possess a current CPR-C or CPR-HCP certificate to attend.
Learn the latest standards in resuscitation!
All of our First Aid, CPR and AED courses follow the latest standards (2010 / 2011) put out by the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR), the American Heart Association (AHA) and the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada (HSFC).
How to register for a CPR Course?
Our CPR/AED courses are available on a group course basis throughout the Greater Vancouver area (Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Langley, Cloverdale, Surrey, White Rock, Delta, Richmond, North Vancouver, West Vancouver) and the Fraser Valley (Mission, Aldergrove, Abbotsford, Chilliwack).
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