- Blended first aid courses significantly reduce the classroom training time in half
- The online portion can be completed at home or on the go with your preferred device, desktop or tablet
- Only the hands-on skills need to be completed in person
Get The Best of Both Worlds
Blended learning combines the strengths of online and in-person classroom training.
Blended learning teaches the same curriculum as an instructor-led, in-person course, but divides the experience into:
A self-paced, online cognitive learning and assessment program after which students progress to...
A classroom-based skills session.
- Learn at your own pace and at your own schedule, anywhere and anytime.
- The online component of blended learning is fully self-directed which leads to increased satisfaction.
- Navigation controls allows participants to move easily through content and customize their personal learning experience
- Research shows the blended courses provide more consistency in learning and ensures all topics are covered to help increase survival
- Delivery of course material is consistent across all groups of training
Quality of Training
- Instructors focus on skills practice and testing for CPR and other psychomotor skills to ensure the participants is able to perform in real life situations
General FAQs About Blended Courses
Any operating system (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android (based on Linux), iOS) can be used. It is recommended to have a minimum of 2 MB RAM. High speed/Broadband internet access is recommended. All current web browser versions are compatible (Any version of Chrome, Firefox or Safari; Internet Explorer version 9 and higher)
You will receive access shortly after you have completed the registration process. You will receive an email with your login information. If you did not receive access, check your “junk folder”, otherwise please wait until we register your information with the Heart & Stroke Foundation.
No, all the course material is accessed through the Heart & Stroke Portal online. We will send your login information after you have completed the registration process.
Yes, you can stop and resume your training at anytime. The system will remember your progress automatically and you will be able to restart the module where you left off the next time you login.
The system will automatically save your progress. You can stop and resume your learning anytime.
Yes, you will have access to all information in the online course even after you have finished your training to help reinforce what they have learned.
Yes, you can access your course 24/7 from any computer or tablet device that has an internet connection.
PLEASE NOTE: You can not fail the online portion since there is no limit to the number of times you can take each module. Each module has a test, if you do not pass the test, you will be asked to review the module again and then you can re-challenge the module test. You cannot move onto a new module until you have successfully completed the module test. However, it is possible to be unsuccessful in the classroom component.
Yes, please bring the on-line course certificate of completion with you to the in-class component of the blended course.
Just let us know (at least 24-48 hours prior if possible) and we can re-schedule you for one of our future skills demo check sessions. If our skills demo check class size is 6 people or less, we may have to re-schedule.
We advise you contact the Heart & Stroke directly using the “My Help Request” in your portal with any technical issues. If you have not received the access to the Heart & Stroke eLearning Portal, please contact us by phone or send us an email.