There are 3 ways to register:

  1. Online: Using our secure online registration form. It's the simplest, and easiest way to register fro many courses.
  2. Email: Send an email with your information, dates, and course that we are running that you would like to be registered for and we will contact you. For private or group courses please a request form click here.
  3. Phone: Give us a call and we can register you for one of our courses.. Leave a message if you are unable to reach us and we will call you back.

Online registration and email are the fastest ways to register.

To ensure you are registering for the right course it is always good practice to contact your educational institution or your work place for certification requirements. However we do understand that mistakes can happen.

If you have registered for the wrong course, please contact us within 24 hours of registering for the course using the refund, transfer, & registration form click 

Blended learning materials usually get sent to client within 24 hours of registering. 

We will help you register for the correct course. For course changes made late a transfer request must be made and fees may apply.

First Aid & CPR/AED

CPR stands for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. It focuses on provide the skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking for adults, children, and babies depending on the level of CPR chosen.


First Aid & CPR/AED includes CPR course content but included training to deal with emergencies such as wound care, sudden emergencies such as seizures.


All courses include AED (automated external device).

All First aid and CPR certification is good for 3 years. During this time frame you are allowed to renew your certification once. After one renewal, you must take the course all over again.

Both courses include CPR and AED training, choking emergencies, circulation emergencies. The difference is that emergency first aid stops a wound training. Standard first aid includes wound training and more detailed first aid training such as poisons, environmental emergencies, and more.

Both courses meet legislation requirements for provincial/territorial worker safety and insurance boards, and include the latest CPR guidelines and training in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).


Employers in Ontario employing five workers or less in any one shift at a place of employment are required to have one individual with a valid emergency first aid certification.


Employers in Ontario employing more than five workers in any one shift at a place of employment are required to have one individual  who has a valid Standard first aid certification.


The online exam must be done and completed prior to coming to the in class course.  You must pass the exam within 30 days of starting the in-person course.

All learners have unlimited attempts to pass the exam. A passing mark is 80% in each section. It has been designed into two parts: lessons 1-5 and lessons 6-11. All exam lessons are now mandatory. You have an unlimited amount of time to complete exam.

The eSims is a online computer simulation that uses the NRP knowledge and training and takes individuals through and online practical experience. Some individuals may find the eSims module helpful. This can be purchase optionally when you purchase your online exam . Individuals can try the eSims for free before purchasing it click here

The NRP Provider status is valid for 2 years. However, you may need to renew sooner to meet professional/institutional requirements. You can renew your Provider status by reading the textbook, successfully completing the online exam, and participating in a Provider course.


Employers in Ontario employing more than five workers in any one shift at a place of employment are required to have one individual  who has a valid Standard first aid certification.

Your card is sent to your account where you did your online exam. For information on how to achieve your card, please visit our step by step guide as to how to achieve your NRP. Click here


The BLS certification is good for 1 year. 

BLS (Basic Life Support) for healthcare providers has replaced the HCP - level C (Healthcare Providers)  course. If you have a previous HCP card that is expiring you can take a BLS re-certification course and it will be valid.

CPR level C course includes basic CPR training for adults, children, and infants. This type of training is sufficient for the general population to deal with and assist with cardivscular and breathing emergencies.

BLS on the other hand is a specialist catered course to provides knowledge for healthcare providers that require more in depth training to support clients in a home, clinic or hospital setting. It includes more high performance CPR and focuses on working as a team. 


It important to check with your school and/or workplace, which course you are required to take.

Psychological First Aid

Psychological First Aid  (PFA) focuses on how to respond to a person who has experienced a traumatic event. The course equips learners in developing a personal understanding of the effects of stress, loss, trauma and grief on others, with emphasis on self-care and personal protection.  Psychological First Aid is often delivered to people with some specialist mental health training. 

Certification is good for 3 years.