St Mark James also offers stand-alone CPR training. This training is for candidates that only require CPR certification. In these courses, candidates will not receive certification in any level of first aid.
Types of CPR Training:
St Mark James offers the following CPR courses:
- Health care provider CPR (CPR HCP)– This course is designed for candidates that would like to or are working in the healthcare industry. This is the highest level of CPR training and includes all of the other levels of CPR in the curriculum. This course takes approximately 6 hours to complete.
- CPR level “C” – This course is one of the most popular stand-alone CPR courses offered through this workplace-approved provider. The CPR training offered in this course includes rescuing victims that are adults, children, and infants. This course includes all of the content in the CPR level “A” course. CPR level “C” takes approximately 5 hours to complete.
- CPR level “A” – This course is the most basic CPR course offered through this workplace-approved provider. Candidates enrolled in this course will only receive CPR training for rescues of adults. This course is approximately 3 to 4 hours in length.
All of the mentioned courses include training in the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs).
Once candidates complete the course they will receive a CPR and AED certificate that is valid for 3 years. It is a nationally accredited certificate.
Candidates can take a stand-alone CPR course in almost any major city in Canada. St Mark James is the world leader in the quality and quantity of CPR courses. We partner with providers that offer courses in Vancouver, Surrey, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Saskatoon, Edmonton, and Calgary,
Re-certification training is available for CPR level “C” and health care provider CPR (CPR HCP) courses only. St Mark James does not offer re-cert courses for CPR level “A”. Re-cert courses include certification and training in AEDs.
A component of both CPR level “C” and CPR for health care providers (CPR “HCP”) is infant CPR. You can view some of the latest CPR techniques for infant victims by watching the video posted below.