First Aid & CPR Certifications

Participants learn CPR

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  • Participants should wear clothes comfortable for activity and hair tied back.
  • Mats and other equipment are provided.
  • Water bottles, pen and paper are recommended.
  • Prerequisites must be met before the start of the course
  • 100% participation is required
  • Privacy Notice: All certification courses require candidates to be registered with the governing body (Red Cross or Lifesaving Society). Personal information, including name, address, phone number, birth date and email address will be shared.
  • Classes may combine adults and youth participants in the same program. Those under 18 years old must register through our children and youth programs

Airway Management

A five-hour Lifesaving Society advanced first aid module. Instruction focuses on barrier devices, oral airways, VVAC suctioning and oxygen delivery. See prerequisites.

CPR – Basic Rescuer (Level C) Re-certification

Annual retraining is recommended to remain certified as a Cardio Pulmonary Rescusitation (CPR) provider, and may be required by some employers.

Standard First Aid & CPR Re-certification

CPR (Basic Rescuer, Level C) recertification and AED training included. More information. Proof of certification must be provided at the start of the course.

Standard First Aid and CPR Certification

CPR (Basic Rescuer, Level C) certification, AED training, Red Cross/Lifesaving Society courses taught. Recognized for workplace certification. More information.

Standard First Aid Instructor - Red Cross

First Aid & CPR Instructors support the Red Cross First Aid Program through the delivery of our First Aid and CPR courses. Candidates enter our comprehensive Instructor Development Program, designed to prepare them to support dynamic, learner-centred classroom environments.