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Let us help you find the course that's right for you. 


For Registration in The Ottawa Heart Institute CPR Workshop for Patients & Family Members

Check our Calendar for upcoming course dates

Courses take place in various locations in Toronto, ON.
For location details and for Registration instructions, select one of the dates below.
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plus First Aid Training

All of these courses cover CPR & AED training:

  • CPR-A covers CPR treatment for Adults

  • CPR-C covers children, babies as well as adults

  • CPR-HCP is CPR for healthcare providers like nurses



Covers treatment of Adults Only


This course is approximately 4 hours and covers the following topics for treating adults only:

  • CPR

  • AED (Defibrillator)

  • Choking

  • Heart Attack/Strokes

  • Deadly Bleeding


Covers treatment for Individuals of All Ages.


This course is approximately 5 hours and covers all of the topics covered in Level A for treating Adults, but also includes treatment of Children and Babies as well.


Covers additional information for Healthcare Providers.


This course covers all the topics covered in CPR-C, as well as the following additional information for Healthcare Providers:

  • Bag-Valve-Mask (BVM)

  • Healthcare Provider 2 Rescuer CPR

  • Rescue Breathing

  • Jaw Thrust

All of these courses incorporate whichever CPR Level you need (A, C, HCP) and additionally include first aid training.



(Emergency First Aid)

This course includes all the topics covered in a CPR/AED course as well as additional first aid topics such as wound care and burns.


This course is approximately 9 hours and covers CPR A, C, or HCP (depending on what level of CPR you need) as well as the following first aid topics:

  • Wound Care

  • Bandaging

  • Burns

The emphasis is placed on theory for the of the first aid topics in this course.



(Standard First Aid)

This course includes all topics covered in a CPR/AED course, as well as the first aid topics in an EFA course. Additional first aid topics such as heat stroke and hypothermia as well as bone muscle and joint injuries are included.


This course is approximately 16 hours and covers CPR A, C, or HCP (depending on what level of CPR you need), the EFA first aid topics, as well as these additional topics:


  • Head & Spine Injuries

  • Sprains, Strains, Dislocations & Fractures

  • Seizures, Diabetic Emergencies

  • Heat Stroke, Frost Nip/Bite, Hypothermia

  • Poisons


The emphasis is placed on practical training for the first aid topics covered in this course.


To Obtain a Quote for your orgaization:
Please send us a message with the following information:
  1. Your location
  2. The number of people to receive training
  3. The level of training you would like
  4. Your preferred scheduling options (weekdays, evenings, weekends)




Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns


We look forward to seeing you at a course!

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