Red Cross Standard First Aid & CPR/AED Levels C & HCP:

comprehensive first aid and CPR courses

Red Cross Standard first aid & CPR (including AED training):
Levels A, C, HCP:

The Canadian Red Cross Standard first aid and CPR course is the most commonly selected first aid course, and is the main standard in first aid & CPR training:

18 Seat Capacity theatre like classroom First Aid Training
Standard First Aid Blended Learning
WSIB Ontario approved standard first aid course and certification

Blended on-line + in-class learning now available!

Spend less time in a classroom and more time on the job!  Our standard first aid & CPR course offers a blended learning platform where students can obtain their standard first aid certification in just one day in a classroom!  By registering for our blended first aid course, 7-8 hours of learning will be conducted on-line, and the other 7-8 hours will be conducted in a 1 day classroom instead of 14-16 hours in-class!

The Academy For First Aid & Safety offers hands on, comprehensive and easy to learn standard first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for anyone in need of first aid & CPR training due to work requirements, or those who wish to learn life saving skills to protect their loved ones.

This course includes First Aid & CPR Guidelines 2011, is recognized by the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) and meets Ontario Health & Safety (OHS) regulations for Basic First Aid.

Canadian Red Cross training partner:
Canadian Red Cross training partner:
Government of Canada approved First Aid & Safety Academy
Government of Canada approved:
WSIB Ontario approved Academy
WSIB Ontario approved:
Ontario Health approved Academy
Ontario Health approved:

First Aid & CPR Levels:

Level B- Babies

Level B- Babies:

This level is predominantly required for child care workers, nannies, and babysitters who are in the care of newborns and infants. Please note the that The Academy For First Aid does not teach level B by itself. Instead, we have level C which includes both infants and children.

Level C- Children

Level C- Children:

This is the universal level that is most commonly selected. It includes baby, children, and adult CPR. By default, level C should be chosen unless specified otherwise by your employer or educational institution.

Level A- Adult

Level A- Adult:

Only CPR for an adult will be taught. Level A is common for work places that do not have anyone under the age of 18 on site.

Level HCP Courses

Level HCP:

This level is catered to health care professionals, such as doctors, nurses, personal support workers, dentists, dental hygienists, etc. It involves two person rescue breathing and CPR using a BVM (bag valve mask) and contains additional training for head and spinal injuries. HCP covers babies (infants), children, and adults.

What this course will provide you:

  • Comprehensive, hands on training by certified first aid instructors by the Canadian Red Cross.
  • A Canadian Red Cross First Aid & CPR manual: A 200 page booklet of information, full colour illustrations, charts, glossary, etc.
  • One wallet sized certification card upon successful completion (valid for 3 years).
EFA Wallet Certificates
First Aid CPR level c recertification courses
Wall first aid recertification EFAa

Standard first aid & CPR with AED training course content:

  • The Red Cross
  • Responding to emergencies
  • Check, call, care
  • Choking
  • Circulation emergencies
  • CPR and AED use
  • Breathing emergencies
  • Wound care
  • Head and spinal injuries
  • Bone, muscle, and joint injuries
  • Sudden medical emergencies
  • Environmental illness
  • Poisons
  • Additional skills for healthcare providers (HCP only).
  • Foundations of first aid

Requirements for successful completion of course:

  • 100% attendance.
  • 75% passing grade on knowledge test.
Students attending post-secondary education

Students enrolled in post secondary education requirements:

Students who are attending post secondary education in a field where it is mandatory to obtain WSIB compliant first aid & CPR should check with their professor the required level of certification needed for academic purposes.  We have listed some of the most common courses below that need valid first aid & CPR with the most popular post secondary institutions in the greater Toronto area:

Seneca Practical Nursing college

Seneca College:

- Nursing:
- Practical Nursing:

Humber College

Humber College:

- Health Sciences:

George Brown Nursing Personal Support

George Brown:

- Nursing:
- Personal Support Worker (PSW)
- Dental

Centennial College

Centennial College:

- Health studies:

This course is suitable for:

Police
Police Officers
Nurse Training Courses
Nurses
Special care workers
Personal support workers
Fire fighters
Firefighters
childcare worker
Childcare workers/teachers

Standard first aid & CPR is a mandatory requirement for Police Officers, fire fighters, nurses, personal support workers, child care workers, teachers, dentists, and dental hygienists in the Province of Ontario.

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Standard First Aid & CPR A/C

Blended on-line + in-class

$99.99
  • Level A and C
  • 7-8 hours on-line training + 7-8 hours in-class training
  • No tax until July 2018
  • Canadian Red Cross Certification
  • 9:00am-5:00pm

Standard First Aid & CPR HCP

Blended on-line + in-class

$109.99
  • Level HCP: Health card provider
  • 7-8 hours on-line training + 7-8 hours in-class training
  • No tax until July 2018
  • Canadian Red Cross Certification
  • 9:00am-5:00pm