BLENDED ON-LINE learning is available through the Canadian Red Cross and the Heart & Stroke Foundation.  Online learning is a combination of in-class and on-line instruction.  It offers participants a more flexible option.  Part 1 on-line learning is a self paced course that teaches theory and information that can be applied in the skill development classroom setting in Part 2.  Both Parts are a requirement in order to obtain certification.



Part 1: Online


Register for Part 1 by itself or in combination with Part 2. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access the Canadian Red Cross learning portal within 1 business day of registration. Once you have completed the online learning portion, Debco will schedule your in-class Part 2 portion for completion of the course.

During COVID-19, you will be emailed a certificate of completion which will be valid for Alberta Occupational Health & Safety workplace requirements for 90 days. The 90 days may be extended depending on the development of the current situation.

For online Basic Life Support  (Heart & Stroke Foundation) Register now to complete Part 1 online.  Once finished, you will receive a certificate of completion which is valid for Heart & Stroke Foundation requirements. during COVID-19



Part 2: Classroom


Classroom learning includes hand-on practical first aid skills. Participants must complete Part 1 before attending the in-class portion.  The completion of part 1 offers the participant a temporary certification for 90 days (times may change depending on the COVID-19 health crisis).  Debco will offer classroom courses once it is deemed safe to do so. Once Part 2 is completed, a 3 year certification will be provided.

For online Basic Life Support (Heart & Stroke Foundation) In classroom learning will include hands-on practical BLS skills once classroom learning can safely resume.  In order to receive a 1-year certification, both Part 1 and Part 2 must be completed.