CPR level C Re-Certification

The CPR level “C” recertification course is designed for candidates looking to renew there previous CPR “C” and AED certification. This course will focus on area’s and topics in which candidates need improvement. Candidates will also renew all the skills learned in the original certification course as well as any new changes brought in by the American Heart Association or ILCOR. Course will include adult, child and infant CPR.

Pre-requisites for Re-Certification: 

Prior to registering for a CPR level “C” Re-Certification course candidates must meet a number of requirements. The following is a list of prerequisites for candidates wanting to take a re-cert course:

CPR and AED Re-Certification Training Class

CPR and AED Re-Certification Training Class

1. To be eligible for a CPR “C” re-certification course candidates must have a previous CPR level “C” and AED certification card, or higher,  from a credible provider. Participants in Ontario must have received the previous award from a workplace approved provider in order for it to be eligible for renewal. Check below for a list of credible providers (applicable to provinces outside of Ontario).

Credible Providers include:

  • Lifesaving Society
  • St Mark James Training
  • St. Johns Ambulance
  • Heart & Stroke Foundation
  • SAFE First Aid.

2. Previous certificate must be awarded within Canada to be eligible for a re-certification course. Certification awarded by a credible provider outside of Canada must receive approval from Canadian equivalent provider (ex: St Mark James) before a candidate can meet the pre-requisite requirements for this course. We can not issue a re-certification card to a international certificate with approval from its Canadian counterpart.

3. Candidates must have taken a full course or a re-certification course within the past 3 years. If it has been more than 3 years since the past course candidates must re-take the full / original course.

If candidates do not meet all of the previously mentioned re-certification requirements they are not eligible for a CPR level “C” re-certification.

*Candidates must also bring there previous CPR manual to the renewal course.

CPR level “C” Course Length:

The length of the CPR level “C” re-cert course is approximately 3 to 4 hours.

Training Provider Locations:

We proudly offer CPR level “C” and AED re-certification courses throughout Canada. We have training centres in Vancouver, Surrey, Victoria, Kelowna, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg, Hamilton and Ottawa. We partner with only the highest quality workplace approved training providers in Canada.

CPR Course Cost:

The cost of a CPR “C” and AED renewal is ranges in price from 30 to 45 dollars depending on your location. This cost includes certification fee and applicable taxes.

Updated Standards

All of our training partners provide the highest standards of workplace approved CPR training as showed in the following video:

Workplace Approved Certifications / Awards:

Upon successful completion of the course, candidates will receive a nationally accredited workplace approved certificate. CPR certificate is valid for 3 years. Certification meets government and legislative standards in your area. Candidates may be required to renew certification at a earlier date based on employer or school policy. Check with your school or employer to determine if you need re-certification prior to certificate expiration date.

Registration:

To Register for a CPR “C” recertification course select your location from one of the menu’s to be directed to one of our workplace approved training providers in your region. We only partner with the highest quality providers throughout Canada. Our training partners offer a secure and convenient CPR level “C” re-certification course registration process that can be completed on-line.