Frequently Asked Questions
What are the First Aid & CPR training requirements for a workplace?
Are your courses accredited?
Can I buy a defibrillator or First Aid kit from you?
What do the different CPR levels mean?
HeartSaver B: Adult and child or infant CPR
HeartSaver C: Adult, Child and Infant
Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider
There are 4 levels of CPR that people can take. Since we believe that first aiders should be prepared for any emergency canaPHEM only offers HeartSaver Level C and Basic Life Support for the Healthcare provider.
Do I have to take the courses as full days or do you have alternate options?
Do you Provide Onsite Training?
I am applying to school and need First Aid and/or CPR. Which course should I take?
I require First Aid and CPR training in my job, how often do I have to renew my certification?
Is your training recognized by my employer or school?
Do you have minimum or maximum in class sizes?
Are there age restrictions for the courses you offer?
What is your Cancellation Policy?
Do you ever cancel courses?
Why are you so different?
We make extensive use of casualty simulation and scenarios that incorporate theatrical props like fake blood and wounds to make the first aid training come alive. As prehospital clinicians most of our instructors have been involved in the very research that sets the standards of care.
How do I Become a First Aid or CPR Instructor with canaPHEM?
Will your organization partner with us?
How long have you been around?
Do you offer online programs?
The Canadian Red Cross courses that we provide are available in traditional classroom settings or in a blended format. The blended option allows participants to take part of the course online and part of it in the classroom. See our current list of online courses