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Our online CPR classes & first aid training follows the 2010
International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and basic first aid.
*2010 ECC/ILCOR, AHA, & OSHA Compliant
Our certification is provided through our internationally recognized training center, EMS University. The student will be issued a certificate upon successful completion of the course which involves a multiple choice test.
Are conveinient with EMS University. Our courses have been developed by a paramedic who has extensive experience in performing First Aid and who can show you exactly what the most effective manners are for providing care. Our courses include video demonstrations of the skills you may need to use. This is not just a reading course, it includes multimedia video training that has been used to increase student competency of the skills in a shorter time when compared with reading only courses. It is more effective for this reason.
Our online CPR certification and first aid training is a convenient way to get certified. With any of our programs you can instantly print out your proof of certification upon successful course completion and we will mail you a wallet card completely free.
Online CPR Recertification
If you are looking for online cpr recertification, the process is easy. Simply enter your user information, including first and last name, pick and pay for your course, and receive instant access. The process is the same as initial certification, however, it is generally estimated that it will take you half the time to finish because of your familiarity with the course. Sign up for an online CPR certification class today!
We are authorized to conduct our courses by EMS University which is internationally recognized and accepted for quality and committment to student-centered learning and high retention. Accredited by the Better Business Bureau, EMS University is compliant with 2010 ECC/ILCOR/AHA Guidelines for Basic Life Support (BLS) programs and seeks to increase understanding of emergency medical treatment for the general public and healthcare professionals.