FAQ’S

This page is dedicated to the frequently asked questions pertaining to CPR courses provided through major providers. This list was compiled by our training partners located throughout Canada which include Kelowna, Calgary, Surrey, Regina, Saskatoon, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Edmonton and Vancouver.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How much does a CPR “A” or CPR “C” course cost?

Answer:  CPR “A” course costs 45 dollars and a CPR “C” course costs 55.00

How long is a CPR “C” course?

Answer: A CPR “C” course is 6 to 8 hours

How long is a CPR “A” course?

Answer: A CPR “A” course is 3 to 4 hours

Can the course end sooner?

Answer: No, we are mandated by workplace approved to not end our courses prior to the minimum requirement.

Can I leave early?

Answer: You can not be issued a certification card without 100% attendance

What is your refund policy?

Answer: You can get a full refund or transfer to another course prior to 72 hours before the course. Due to instructor scheduling and material purchases we can not issue refunds or transfers within 72 hours.

What do I wear to the CPR course?

Answer: Dress comfortably. You will be moving around quite a bit and working off of the floor. 

I don’t have an old certification card, can I still take the re-certification course?

Answer: Without a previous certification card we can not issue a re-certification card. Contact the previous provider of your card (ex: workplace approved, Lifesaving Society, etc.) and they should be able to issue you an older card. The instructor is required to see you previous certification card and date prior to issuing you a new one. Please do not laminate or deface your card in any way, it is void if not in its original condition.

I do not know the provider of my previous card and want to take the recertification course, what do I do?

Answer: Contact the company or business that issued you the previous card. Once you know the provider you can contact them and ask for a new card.

What’s the difference between CPR “A”, CPR “B” and CPR “C”?

Answer: CPR “A” involves rescuing adult victims. CPR “B” involves rescuing adults and children. CPR “C” involves rescuing adults, children and infants.

Will I learn how to use a AED?

Answer: Yes, application of AED’s is part of the curriculum in all CPR training.

Will it say AED certified on my certificate?

Answer: Yes, it will say the level of CPR earned and AED training.