Red Cross Standard First Aid-CPR-AED Online Blended Course.

Level C $125.00 or HCP $130.00

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Half the course online with a 1 day in class hand on training. Offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need training due to work requirements or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home. Includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines. Meets federal and a variety of provincial/territorial regulations for Standard First Aid and CPR.

Includes Red Cross First Aid Manual

Frequent Ask Questions

Is Access Instant?
Yes. Once you have completed the registration and paid, you will receive an email  with your log in information. You may want to check your “junk folder” if you do not see it right away.

Will I get a CD or manual in the mail?

No. All course materials required are online.

PLEASE NOTE: For blended e-learning courses (those with both an online component and a classroom component), manuals will be provided through our Training Partners.

Do I need to finish the course in one sitting?

No. The system will remember where you left off and start you there the next time you login.

 Do I need to use the same computer to access the course?

No. You can access your account from any computer that has an Internet connection 24/7.

How long do I have to finish the course(s) that I have enrolled in?

There is no expiry to access the course(s) until completion.

Can I fail the course?

No. The course is set up as a self paced training course. Each module has a testing component which requires you to get a percentage of the test questions correct. If you do not achieve the percentage, you will be asked to review the module again and then you can re-challenge the module test. You cannot move onto a new module until you have successfully completed the module test. There is no limit to the number of challenges to each module test.

PLEASE NOTE: For blended e-learning courses, (those with both an online component and a classroom component), you cannot fail the online component since there is no limit to the number of times you can take each module test, however, it is possible to be unsuccessful in the classroom component.