CPR C Recertification

  • Price $39.99
  • Total Duration 4.5 hrs

This is our most basic CPR course including how to perform CPR and choking skills on adult, children, and infants. This course is for those interested in learning the fundamental skills on how to respond to basic emergencies. 

Learning outcomes

  • CPR/AED procedures for adult, children, and infants
  • Choking procedures for adult, children, and infants
  • Circulatory emergencies (shock, heart attack, stroke, and deadly bleeding)

Completion requirements

  • 100% participation
  • Completion of practical examination
  • 75% on written examination

Prerequisites

  • Proof of previous non-expired CPR/AED C certification (equivalent or higher). Please contact us to assess for certificate equivalency if your previous certification is not the same exact level.
  • Please send us a copy of your certificate (photo/scan/PDF) by email after placing your order. 

Upon completion

  • A Canadian Red Cross CPR/AED C certification will be issued that’s valid for 3 years.
  • Temporary certification issued immediately. Official electronic certificate issued in 7 business days after course completion.

Blended Learning Course

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Access Blended Learning

  • Email will be sent by the end of the day of registration on how to access online content
  • Please email us if you require expedited access

Who should take this class?

General public, lifeguards, fitness and gym instructors, and personal trainers.

Upcoming Sessions for
CPR C Recertification

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    • Vancouver
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      2 hrs online, 2.5 hrs in-person
      4.5 hrs total
      At Unit 208 223 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1P5
      Please send us a copy of your previous non-expired certificate of the same level (photo/scan/PDF) by email after placing your order.

      $39.99

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