Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Course Description

Basic Life Support – CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) Level C vs. HCP

Basic Life Support instruction includes Basic Life Support techniques such as Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Defibrillation, Rescue Breathing, and Airway Obstructions management. CPR programs follow Perri-Med First Aid and CPR Training and Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation & American Heart Association’s Guidelines. (view approval)

CPR Level C Certification


4 hours (1 day course)


CPR-C (Adult, Child, Infant), Defibrillation and Choking

Who should take this course?

Workplaces such as factories, dentist offices or customer service job that are looking to fulfil their WSIB Requirement, high school, university or college students looking for summer jobs or wanting to enhance their resumes. Babysitters, families with newborns. Everyone!

CPR Level C Recertification


4 hours (1 day course)


CPR-C (Adult, Child, Infant), Defibrillation and First Aid recertification

Who should take this course?

CPR re-certification courses are the same length as a full course, 4 hours. If you have taken a CPR course before and want to recertify, this course is for you. It is usually conducted in the same classroom as the the students taking it for the first time.

CPR-C Certification for Health Care Professionals (HCP)


4-5 hours (1 day course), Recertification 4 hours


CPR-C for Health Care Professional, defibrillation for Health Care Professionals, use of advanced equipment in a rescue (see additional items below)

Who should take this course?

Workplaces such as nursing homes, hospital staff, paramedics or paramedic students, nurses or nursing students, medical school students.

CPR Course Content

Identify the hazards
Duties and Responsibilities
Emergency Medical Service
Emergency Action Principles
Survey the Scene
Rescuer Safety
Adult Child and Infant CPR -One & Two Rescuer
Adult Child and Infant Obstructed Airway – Conscious/Unconscious
Automated External Defibrillation
Use of Pocket Masks, Bag valve mask
Recovery Position

Health Care Professional Additional Content:

Using a Bag Valve Mask
Pulse check on adult, child, infant
Defibrillation scenarios
Simultaneous ventilation and compressions with an advanced airway
Artificial Respiration on Adult, Child, Infant
Additional considerations in a health care setting and additional ratios to learn
Additional protocol when to call 911



Note: We like to keep our prices reasonable as a way of helping students who take our courses