CPR HCP in North Edmonton

Conveniently located with ample parking, this training centre opened in late 2022 to help offer a number of CPR and OH&S approved first aid courses to Northern Edmontonian’s. Classes are offered on Monday’s, Tuesday’s, Wednesday’s, Thursday’s and Friday’s as well as on the weekend. For more information about the North Edmonton CPR HCP training location and nearby amenities please check the map and page below.

Location Information

Located North of the North Saskatchewan River and Downtown Edmonton this training center proudly serves the communities of St. Albert’s, Northwest Edmonton, Griesbach, Dickinsfield, Kildare, Hollick Kenyon, Fort Saskatchewan, Bristol Oakes, Sherwood Park and more. With free on-site parking and easy access from the Yellowhead Highway and Kingsway it is fairly accessible by Car. The NAIT LRT line is also fairly close and walking distance from the CPR HCP training Centre. With Kingway Mall located nearby it also offers a number of eating opportunities for participants for lunch and breaks. Students can find food within a short distance to the North Edmonton Training centre including A&W, Ricky’s All Day Grill, Graze, Moxies, Runway 29, El Mariachi, McDonald’s and more. Lots of lodging options are available nearby including Chateau Louis Hotel, Chateau Nova Kingsway and Best Western Plus City Centre Inn.

Contact Information

To contact this north Edmonton CPR training provider use the following information:

Customer service representatives are available from 8:30 am to 9 pm everyday to help answer your questions or to help with CPR registration.

CPR Courses Available At the North Edmonton Training Centre

The following CPR courses are available at the North Edmonton training office:

  • CPR level A and AED – This CPR course is for individuals needing a short CPR course that teaches CPR and AED rescue techniques for adult victims only.
  • CPR level C and AED – This CPR course is for individuals that would like CPR level A but with additional components to cover child and infant victims.
  • CPR level HCP and AED – Also known as CPR BLS (Basic Life Support) – This is the most advanced course offered that teaches CPR level “C” but with additional components for rescuers with trained back up and additional equipment such as bag-valve masks.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Here are some frequently asked questions pertaining to CPR HCP / Basic life Support Courses:

How long does it take to complete a BLS / CPR HCP course?

It takes approximately 6 hours of class time to complete the course. It can vary depending on the candidates skill level and absorption of material.

When will I receive my certificate?

Participants that complete the course will receive certification immediately. The wallet sized certificate is the approved certificate.

How long is my certificate valid for?

The certificate is valid for 3 years. You may be required to renew the award sooner if your employer or school requires you to.

Is CPR training free?

Yes and No. I’m sure you can find a few free online CPR courses. It’s never a bad idea to learn online as much as you can. However, to learn CPR, as regulated by the provinces, you are required to show the skill to a qualified instructor. Because skills are a necessary component of the provincially regulated course it would be incredibly difficult to find a qualified instructor to teach and certify you for free.

Is my Online Certificate valid for recertification?

No, you are required to take a in-person course and receive certification from that course in order to be eligible for a recertification course with a provincially approved provider.