CPR Solutions offers 100% online courses with no books needed for customers in Phoenix or elsewhere in Arizona. There is no longer any reason to attend a boring, in-person class to learn and get certified in CPR/AED.
All our courses are created by medical professionals in accordance with current guidelines from both the AHA and Red Cross.
Worried about your knowledge and abilities to handle an emergency situation? Our courses are the perfect way to quickly come up to speed and demonstrate your knowledge with a formal certification card.
Many online course providers do not provide any type of guarantee for their courses. Each one of our courses is guaranteed – your satisfaction is important to us.
Get access to your training material right away as soon as you complete your purchase. Take the course and earn your card at any day and time that is convenient for you!
Our courses are unique to us and up-to-date with current best practices and theory. In most cases, it takes about an hour or less to go through the material, take the test and earn your card.
If you’re interested in learning CPR so you’re ready for whatever life has to throw your way, we encourage you to sign up today! If you have any questions about our company or courses and you’d like to speak with a representative, please contact us today and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you have either by email or phone, whichever is more convenient.
Arizona, which is also known as the Grand Canyon State, got its statehood on February 14, 1912. Previously a part of Mexico, it was merged into the United States in 1848 and became a separate territory in 1863. After discovery of copper in 1854, copper mining was Arizona’s main industry until the 1950s. The widespread availability of refrigeration and air conditioning after World War II allowed Arizona’s population to grow at a fast pace. Arizona is the sixth largest state in the United States in terms of area.
The population of Arizona, as per the U.S Census Bureau, in 2000 was 5,130,632. It rose to 6,392,017 in 2010; an increase of 9.7%. From 2000 to 2010, the increase in Arizona’s population (births minus death) was 1,261,385. Net migration (in-migration minus out-migration) was 7.9%.
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