Anyone in the Denver area or elsewhere in Colorado who’s been thinking about learning CPR but has put it off due to inconvenience can now use our courses to learn effortlessly on their own time and schedule.
As true 100% online courses, there is no extra material needed to pass and no books needed. Old-style in person courses take as long as 4 hours from start to finish and require you to drive to wherever the course is being taught. Our courses can be taken anywhere with a computer or mobile device and web access.
All courses are written by medical professionals in accordance with current information and guidelines from the Red Cross and AHA.
An emergency situation can be dramatically different if there’s someone nearby with a working knowledge of CPR techniques and how to apply them.
Get up to speed right away using our courses. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Our process is simple: Register online and complete your purchase, then study on your own pace, then take the exam, then get your card. That’s it! You’ll get an instant email right after you pass with your verification of completion.
Many of our customers take our courses at night but the choice is totally up to you. We also offer full customer service by phone or email if you have any questions.
Written by trained medical professionals, are courses are created specifically by our team to be used for online training.
Worried about acceptance? Don’t be! Our courses are accepted in Colorado and all US states, plus in other countries as well.
Colorado, a part of the Western United States, the Southwestern United States and the Mountain States, is the 8th most extensive and 22 nd most populous state of United States. It was named after the Colorado River. It was admitted as the 38th state to the Union on August 1, 1876. The State manufactures food products, flourishes in printing and publishing, machinery, electrical instruments and has farm industry (mainly livestock). It is also a popular tourist destination due to its breathtaking scenery and world class skiing spots.
The population of Colorado, as per the U.S Census Bureau, in 2000 was 5,029,196. It rose to 5,268,367 million in 2013; an increase of 4.76%. In 1860, the total population of Colorado was only 34,277. Net migration (in-migration minus out-migration) was 26.9% from 2000 to 2012.
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