Blended Learning Standard First Aid CPR AED (Level C) Certification Course

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Blended Learning Standard First Aid CPR AED (Level C) Certification Course

from 155.00

Blended Learning courses are NEW, convenient & flexible (accommodating participants needs & busy schedules). Half the course/theory is done on-line & half the course/practical in the classroom.

The knowledge & skills objective for Blended Learning courses remains the same as traditional First Aid CPR AED courses.

This certification course has been developed by the Canadian Red Cross & meets OH&S requirements (certificates are valid for 3 years).

Blended Learning is only available for the Standard First Aid CPR course at this time & only to groups (minimum 6 people/group). 

Register your team today! 

We will give your team the knowledge, skills & confidence to help when a medical emergency happens.

Individuals pay $165/person +gst.

Groups, with 10+ people, pay $155/person +gst.

Pay by Credit Card (on-line below, using the Buy Now button) or by Cheque (let us know & an invoice will be sent).

Let us know your contact information &

1) where to send the manuals (the mailing address). The manual & shipping costs are included in the fee. 

2) the email of each participant, so that a personal ID#/PIN # can be sent to them (to access the course from any computer)

3) when your team can do the classroom component of the course. 

SEE BELOW for additional information. contact us with any question &/or to book your team (happy to help)!

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Blended Learning Courses have 2 Components

These components must be done sequentially/in-order. Participants must complete the on-line component (includes quizzes/knowledge evaluations) “before” they complete an instructor-led classroom component (participants demonstrate skills & complete an in-class written evaluation).

1) The “self-paced” on-line component will take 6.5 – 8 hours to complete. The on-line course & interactive videos can be accessed from any computer, 24 hours a day.

When the on-line component of the course is completed, participants will be able to print their Certificate of Completion (from their own computer). They will need to show this Certificate to their First Aid CPR AED instructor before participating in the classroom component.

2) The class-room component will take 6.5 – 8 hours to complete (done at your workplace or at our facility). Skills must be demonstrated successfully & an exam mark of 75% is needed to pass the course (for certification).

Important Information & Recommendations

Upon registration, First Aid CPR manuals will be mailed to your company (for distribution to each person registered). Participants should have these books before beginning the on-line component.

When registering your team for Blended Learning, we recommend that you book the class-room session at the same time (approx. 4 - 6 weeks later; giving your team enough time to get the manual & to complete the on-line training).

Participants/Groups must complete the classroom component within 6 weeks of completing the on-line component. Sorry, no refunds or rain-checks. If a participant/group does not attend/book the classroom session within this time frame, they are required to re-purchase & re-take the on-line component. Another date will have to be set for the classroom component.

The Blended Learning Standard First Aid course content & learning objectives are the same as in the Traditional Standard First Aid CPR course.

  • Red Cross
  • Preparing to Respond
  • EMS System
  • Check, Call, Care (responding to emergencies)
  • Air Way Emergencies (choking)
  • Breathing and Circulation Emergencies (asthma, allergies, heart attacks, stroke, deadly & internal bleeding)
  • First Aid for Respiratory & Cardiac Arrest (CPR & AED/defibrillator)
  • Wound Care (cuts, amputations, crush injuries, burns, electrocutions etc)
  • Head & Spine Injuries
  • Bone, Muscle & Joint Injuries 
  • Sudden Medical Emergencies (diabetic emergencies, seizures etc)
  • Environmental Emergencies (frost bite, hypothermia, heat stroke etc)
  • Poisons (swallowed. inhaled, absorbed & injected)