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A short Victoria CPR Level C recertification course for those with a valid certificate.

Victoria CPR Level C Course (Recertification)

Victoria CPR Level C Course (Recertification)

A short Victoria CPR Level C recertification course for those with a valid certificate.

The Victoria Canadian Red Cross CPR Level C Recertification course is a short, hands-on recertification course for those who hold a current/valid CPR certificate. This recertification course provides the skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking for adults, children, and babies. This course includes the latest CPR guidelines and training in the use of an Automated External Defibrillator, or AED.

You will need to show proof of current certification in order to take this recertification course.

To help slow the spread of COVID-19 in British Columbia, masks will be required for the duration of the course. You can find our full COVID-19 Safety Plan in the Resources section.

Full Course Length 4 hours - $55.00 Register Now

Course Details

CPR LEVEL C RECERTIFICATION INCLUDES:

  • The Red Cross
  • Preparing to Respond
  • Check, Call, Care
  • Recovery Position
  • Choking – Adult, Child, Baby
  • Assisting with Medications
  • Angina and Heart Attack
  • Stroke
  • CPR and AED – Adult, Child, Baby
  • Deadly Bleeding

FAQs

Can you renew your CPR certification online?

If you need first aid certification, you can only do PART of the course online. We offer Emergency First Aid, Standard First Aid, Marine Basic First Aid, and standalone CPR C courses in a ‘blended’ format where you are able to complete the ‘knowledge lessons’ online. This cuts the amount of time in the classroom for these courses fully in half, but it isn’t permitted to issue first aid certification unless half of your course time is spent in the classroom where an instructor can guide you through the practical skills and evaluate that you can perform them well enough to be certified.

How long does CPR C certification last?

CPR C certification is valid for 3 years after the day of your course. In a few rare cases an employer may require you to recertify more often than every 3 years even though the certification hasn’t expired yet.

What does Level C CPR mean?

Level C CPR is the highest level of “lay rescuer” CPR and covers basic CPR, the use of AED and a small number of life saving techniques as they apply to adults, children and babies. Unless you work as a professional responder, or a health care professional in a clinical setting, CPR C will meet the needs of any employer who requires you to be certified in CPR. CPR C and CPR recertification are offered as stand-alone courses at Alert First Aid. That being said, CPR C is also included as an integral part of the majority of our first-aid courses, such as Emergency First Aid, Standard First Aid, and Marine First Aid. Most people get their CPR C certification as part of one of these First Aid courses. The only First Aid courses we offer that do not include CPR C are our Worksafe BC Occupational First Aid courses, since those courses are specifically focused on First Aid for co-workers, and don’t touch on children or babies.If you are signed up for one of our OFA Level 1, 2, or 3 courses and need CPR C certification as well, please phone our office, and this can be arranged to be included in your course for a reasonable fee.

How do you recertify CPR?

Sign up for one of our CPR C recertification courses! We offer regular recertification for CPR C. You can sign up for a course at any of our locations in BC online or give us a call.

How long is CPR Level C good for?

CPR C certification is valid for 3 years after the day of your course. In a few rare cases an employer may require you to recertify more often than every 3 years even though the certification hasn’t expired yet.

Certification

Recertification

CPR LEVEL C RECERTIFICATION PROCESS VICTORIA

To be eligible for an insert course name , you must have taken an insert course name here with one of the listed first aid training agencies: Canadian Red Cross, Lifesaving Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation, Vancouver First Aid, St. John Ambulance, or Ski Patrol. Additionally, you should have completed the initial course within the last 3 years and still possess a valid certificate.

 

There are no recertification classes at this time. Please check back.

Materials

Emergency First Aid & CPR Manual Victoria

The CPR Level C Recertification course includes the following materials:

  • Canadian Red Cross CPR Manual (virtual)
  • Canadian Red Cross Comprehensive Guide to First Aid (virtual)

 

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Who should take this course?

  • Current CPR Level C certificate holders wishing to recertify

Looking for a group class?

If you have a group of people and would like us to come to you to teach a
CPR Level C Course (Recertification) course, we offer this course in the following locations:

Greater Victoria | Brentwood Bay | Central Saanich | Colwood | Esquimalt | Highlands | James Bay | Langford | Sidney | Sooke | Oak Bay | North Saanich | Metchosin | View Royal | Saanichton | Salt Spring Island | Gulf Islands

Give us a call at 1.866.282.5378, or send us an email at to arrange a group course.

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