CPR Certificate
Canadians have a variety of options when it comes to earning a CPR certificate. CPR certification can drastically make difference when attempting to rescue a family member, co-worker, friend or stranger. Without the help of a CPR training individual a victim of cardiac arrest has a very limited chance of survival. By taking a CPR course you become part of the chain of survival and can play a critical role in saving a life.
Different CPR Certificate Providers

To earn a CPR certificate that follows government standards and legislation standards you must take a CPR course through a credible provider. Credible providers offer legitimate certification and offer hands-on training in classroom settings. The  top providers of CPR certification  are the following:

St Mark James Training

St Mark James Training

St Mark James has been a leader in first aid and CPR training for decades. Courses include re-certifications and candidates receive a high quality class with well written manuals for a exceptional price. Find a provide near you by  clicking here .

The Lifesaving Society

The Lifesaving Society

The Lifesaving Society is the leader in new standards and low cost courses. However, the manuals can be out-dated and courses can be hard to find.

St. Johns Ambulance

St. Johns Ambulance

The strictest policies can be found at St. Johns Ambulance. Due to strict teaching standards and constant audits St. Johns Ambulance has limited itself to a low number of quality instructors as quality instructors do not want to be restrained by the strict rules. Courses are in the expensive range with St. Johns Ambulance.

Heart and Stroke Foundation

Heart and Stroke Foundation

The Heart and Stroke Foundation is the leader in research in CPR standards and techniques. It can be difficult to find a Heart and Stroke Foundation course in your region as they are limited in the courses they offer. Manuals can be out-dated at times as well. Courses can be expensive with the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

Certification

Regardless of where you receive your CPR certificate, as long as it is completed through a credible provider, you will receive a ILCOR approved CPR certificate that is valid for 3 years.

 Get your CPR certificate  and become part of the chain of survival and learn to save a life!