Canadian CPR HCP Re-Certifications

CPR HCP re-certifications are  courses designed to renew previously awarded CPR HCP certification cards. This course is significantly shorter and cheaper than the original full length course. This course takes approximately 4 to 6 hours and is completed within one day. The course curriculum remains the same but the course content will be taught in a condensed format. The  first aid instructor will have the candidates focus on skills and knowledge on areas that need improvement and will focus on changes to standards.

Airway management and artificial respiration in CPR course

Participants that enrol in re-certification courses will learn about the latest CPR rescue standards.

Pre-requisites for CPR “HCP” Re-Certification Course:

  • Candidates must have completed a CPR HCP full course or re-certification course within the past 5 years.
  • Candidates must have completed the course with a credible provider such as St Mark James, Lifesaving Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation or St. Johns Ambulance.
  • Candidates must have a completed the previous course within Canada. If you have completed the course outside of Canada you must receive approval from Canadian provider (i.e. St Mark James) to attend a re-certification course.
  • Previous certification must state CPR HCP certification. Candidates can not bring a CPR level “A” or CPR level “C” certificate to a CPR HCP re-certification.

Cost of CPR Course:

The cost of a CPR HCP re-certification varies on location but is approximately 45.00 dollars. Recert fee includes certification fee’s through a major Canadian provider and all applicable taxes.

Registration and Location for CPR HCP Re-Certification Training

We offer CPR HCP recertification throughout Canada at convenient and comfortable locations near you. To register for a course select your location from below, the menu bar or the side menu bar. After selecting your location, to guarantee a spot in the course, fill out the registration form. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to ask. Register for a CPR “HCP” re-certification course today.