Cardiovascular Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certification is a course that was developed to teach a combination of life-saving techniques to assist people in life-threatening situations such as cardiac arrests and strokes. It includes Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and First Aid Training. The CPR-C qualification reinforces skills that are needed to respond to emergencies in adults, children, and infants.
This is augmented by initiatives such as the one by The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute that aim to improve health and survival rates. According to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, it has saved thousands of lives and doubled survival rates, after expanding to all Canadian provinces.
Having established the importance of this course, let’s talk about some frequently asked questions people have about it.
Who Should Take this Class?
Lifeguards, fitness professionals, occupational therapy students, corporate employees—almost anyone can be a part of and benefit from this course.
What Will I Learn in CPR-C?
CPR/AED Level C is a course that’s developed in collaboration with Canadian Red Cross. The course provides extensive training about how to be a first-aider and calling the concerned authorities. Severe emergencies like an angina attack, choking and strokes are also catered to in this course with the help of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
What are the Benefits of CPR-C Certification?
Besides helping a person in an emergency, CPR and First Aid Training can help you recognize the needs of a person early, such as the signs of cardiac arrest, a choking episode, or other sudden illnesses.
Do I Need to Take CPR-C Every Year?
While our certifications are valid for three years, most healthcare employers and fitness-related occupations ask for annual CPR-C recertification. We’ve got you covered with our extensive recertification course, that operates according to the regulations of Canadian Red Cross.
How long does this Certification Last?
CPR Level C is a five-hour comprehensive course that’s designed for individuals who are willing to take the first step towards saving a life. This course is offered at the best possible prices around Lower Maryland, including Vancouver and Coquitlam.
Are Your Safety Courses Recognized in Canada?
Yes, all our courses are certified and recognized globally. We are proud to be recognized by Work Safe BC and Canadian Red Cross. Red Cross certificates are nationally accredited and are valid for three years. Metro Safety Training has been part of the Coquitlam’s Community, and has been providing First Aid Training and Education in British Columbia.
Whether you’re a working professional or simply a student, you can enrol yourself by calling at 604-521-4227 and learning the necessary skills needed to save a life.
At Metro Safety Training, we offer extensive first aid training courses, regardless of your profession and background. We serve Burnaby, Coquitlam, Vancouver, Surrey and Richmond.