CPR HCP is proud to present a number of new websites to help customers and candidates find the best first aid and CPR courses at the lowest prices. The new websites cater to candidates searching for training in standard first aid, emergency first aid, childcare first aid, stand alone CPR courses, Red Cross providers, Lifesaving Society providers and occupational first aid. A total of 10 new websites have started growing on the internet.
Information on Red Cross CPR HCP Training
The Red Cross and Lifesaving Society teach a variety of different CPR courses either combined with a first aid course or as a stand alone CPR course. The highest level of CPR is the health care provider level CPR (CPR HCP). This course is designed for candidates working in the health care industry that have trained back up and equipment that can assist in CPR. The course is approximately 8 hours in length and incorporates all lower levels of CPR including CPR “A”, “B” and “C”. The cost of the course varies depending on location but costs approximately 60 dollars. Course fee includes applicable taxes, certification fee’s and manual. Re-certification courses are available for this course and cost significantly less and take approximately 4 hours to complete. For more information or to register for a CPR “HCP” course select the title of this paragraph to be directed to the front page of CPR HCP.
Information on Red Cross First Aid Course
The Red Cross is the leader in the number and quality of first aid and CPR training. The Red Cross symbol is one of the most recognized symbols in the world. After its creation over 100 years ago it has grown to branch out all of the world and teach people water safety and first aid. The Red Cross offers a variety of different first aid and CPR and standalone CPR courses. These courses include:
- Standard First Aid and CPR level “C” and AED
- Standard First Aid and Health Care Provider CPR and AED
- Emergency First Aid and CPR level “A” and AED
- Emergency Childcare First Aid and CPR level “B” and AED
- Emergency First Aid and CPR level “C” and AED
- Marine First Aid and CPR
- Stand alone CPR level “A” and AED
- Stand alone CPR level “B” and AED
- Stand alone CPR level “C” and AED
- Stand alone Health Care Provider CPR (CPR HCP) and AED
Certifications awarded to successful candidates are valid for up to 3 years. Re-certification courses are available for the majority of the classes posted above. Renewal courses are considerably shorter and cheaper than full courses. For more information or to register for a Red Cross first aid course in your area please select the title to this post on Red Cross first aid courses.
Information on CPR HCP courses in Surrey
Vancouver First Aid offers first aid and CPR training from its training locations in Newton and Whalley located in Surrey, British Columbia. A wide range of first aid and CPR courses and re-certifications are offered at these two training locations. Training centers are equipped with the most advanced equipment and most experienced Red Cross instructors. Courses are offered at the lowest prices in the Vancouver Lower Mainland. Learn to save a life of a family member, friend or stranger by learning first aid and CPR.
Information on Red Cross Standard First Aid Course
Standard first aid courses are the most extensive and one of the most popular first aid and CPR courses available through the Red Cross, Lifesaving Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation and St. Johns Ambulance. This course comes standard with CPR level “C”, however, candidates at some locations can opt for health care provider CPR. Automated external defibrillator (AED) training is also included in the course. This is a 16 hour course that is typically taught within two days. Candidates will learn about all the major first aid incidents that can occur. Cost of the course varies based on location but is around 130.00 dollars (includes: certification fee, manual and all applicable taxes). Refresher courses are available for standard first aid and CPR. Re-cert courses are cheaper and shorter than the full course. A standard first aid with CPR “C” renewal course costs approximately 70.00 dollars.
Information on Emergency First Aid and CPR Course
Emergency first aid courses are one of the most popular first aid and CPR courses offered through the Red Cross and Lifesaving Society. It is a 8 hour course that covers all of the basic first aid emergencies including heart attack, angina, anaphylaxis, hyperventilation, aspiration, stroke and transient ischemic attacks. Candidates will also receive CPR training. Candidates will can receive either the standard CPR level “A” or, at some locations, can opt for a higher level CPR “C”. All emergency first aid courses include training in the use of AED’s. Re-certifications are available for this course. Re-cert courses take approximately 4 to 6 hours and cost approximately 60.00 dollars (based on location). Full emergency first aid and CPR courses cost approximately 75.00 dollars (based on location) which includes taxes, manual and certification fee’s. Candidates will receive certification card immediately upon successful completion of course.
Information on Red Cross CPR level “C” course
The Red Cross and Lifesaving Society offer first aid courses that include CPR training and stand alone CPR courses. This website is designed for candidates looking to enroll in a stand alone CPR course. The most popular stand alone CPR course is CPR level “C”. In this course candidates will learn how to do CPR on adult, child and infant victims. The course curriculum includes training in dealing with conscious and unconscious choking victims and other breathing emergencies. CPR level “C” takes approximately 6 hours to complete and, depending on location, costs approximately 55.00 dollars. Course fee includes Red Cross or Lifesaving Society certification fee. Re-certifications are available for stand alone CPR courses and cost significantly less and take much less time.
Information on First Aid and CPR course
All first aid courses provided through the Red Cross, Lifesaving Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation and St. Johns Ambulance include CPR training. The following courses come standard with CPR training.
- Standard First Aid
- Standard Childcare First Aid (Provided only through the Red Cross)
- Emergency Childcare First Aid (Provided only through the Red Cross)
- Emergency First Aid
Both standard first aid and emergency first aid have re-certification courses. Re-cert courses include renewal of CPR certification. Upon successful completion of either the full or refresher course candidates will receive either a Red Cross or Lifesaving Society certification card that is valid for 3 years. To register for a first aid and CPR course select the title to this post.
Information on Red Cross Childcare First Aid Course
The childcare first aid program is operated exclusively through the Red Cross. The Red Cross has two types of childcare first aid programs. Emergency childcare first aid is a 8 hour course that includes CPR level “B”. Standard childcare first aid is a 16 hour course that also includes CPR level “B”. Both of these courses are designed for people working in the daycare or childcare environment. Re-certification courses are not available for these two courses. Candidates are required to retake the course to remain certified. For more information on childcare first aid and CPR level “B” courses select the title to this paragraph post.
Information on First Aid and CPR Course in Vancouver
Vancouver First aid Ltd is the leading provider on Red Cross and Lifesaving Society first aid and CPR courses in the Vancouver Lower Mainland. Courses are offered in our training centres throughout the Lower Mainland including in: Burnaby, Coquitlam, Delta, Richmond, Surrey and West and North Vancouver. Vancouver First Aid offers all of the first aid courses via the Canadian Red Cross. Re-certifications are also available.